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WEEKLY ANNOUCEMENT: STUDENTS INTERESTED IN STUDY ABROAD

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Hello everyone--

Below you will find the latest posting to the SISA-L Listserv (Students Interested in Study Abroad) for the week of November 9-14, 2008.

In each listserv message there is information for students who are currently abroad, those who are thinking of going abroad, and those who have returned. We will also direct you to some of the many internationally-themed events that happen each week on campus.

Our website, http://www.uga.edu/oie/studyabroad.htm is a great place to find even more information!

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1.      UGA’S 2009 SUMMER PROGRAM--EXPLORE EARTH IN ARGENTINA: INFO SESSION 11/10.
2.      UGA’S 2009 CROATIA MAYMESTER PROGRAM-INFO SESSION 11/11.
3.      "WALKING EACH OTHER HOME: A DIALOGUE ON RACE" 11/12.
4.      2009 GEORGIA INTERNATIONAL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE: APPLICATIONS DUE 11/12.
5.      GUEST LECTURE: TOWARD A NEW ASIAN NUCLEAR BALANCE, 11/13.
6.      FILD PREMIERE OF “GO”:11/13:
7.      DEADLINE FOR ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE IN COSTA RICA APPLICATIONS, 11/13
8.      INTERNAT’L PHOTO CONTEST AWARDS CEREMONY & PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD VOTING, 11/14. AT CAMPUS COFFEE HOUR. CO-SPONSORED BY ASHA FOR EDUCATION AND THE OFFICE OF INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION.
9.      FILM SCREENINGS: INVISIBLE CHILDREN AT CINE, 11/14.
10.     THE DEADLINE FOR UGA COSTA RICA PROGRAM APPLICATIONS for SPRING 2009: EXTENDED TO 11/14.
11.     INFO SESSION: DAVID L. BOREN SCHOLARSHIPS AND FELLOWSHIPS: 11/19
12.     10-DAY YOUNG CULTURAL AMBASSADOR PROGRAM 2009-SEEKING STUDENTS INTERESTED IN BEING NOMINATED
13.     FACEBOOK GROUP FOR STUDENTS WHO NEED TO MAKE ATHENS HOUSING ARRANGEMENTS
THAT WILL FIT WITH THEIR STUDY ABROAD PLANS.
14.      SURVEY: FOR THOSE WHO HAVE RECENTLY VISITED THE OFFICE OF STUDY ABROAD
15.     OPTIONS ABROAD SESSIONS
16.     UPCOMING DEADLINES FOR SELECT STUDY ABROAD SCHOLARSHIPS:
-- DAAD: ASSORTED FELLOWSHIPS & SCHOLARSHIPS WITH DUE DATES BEGINNING NOV. 1.
-- NAFSA: Association of International Educators & Abroad View, Essay Contest (Deadline November 14)
-- Graduate Students: SCHOLARSHIPS FOR STUDY IN **GERMANY* *2009-2010*
-- NSEP DAVID L. BOREN SCHOLARSHIPS FOR UNDERGRADUATES AND FELLOWSHIPS FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS: DUE 1/11 & 1/29
-- ADDITIONAL SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION CAN BE FOUND AT: http://www.uga.edu/oie/sa_scholarship.htm
-- UGA SPONSORED AND UGA PROGRAM SPECIFIC SCHOLARSHIPS CAN BE EXPLORED AT: http://www.uga.edu/oie/sa_scholarship_specific.htm
17.     TEACH ENGLISH FOR DISNEY: WORK WITH BENEFITS BEGINNING FEB 2009
18.     UNSUBSCRIBE

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1.      UGA’S 2009 SUMMER PROGRAM--EXPLORE EARTH IN ARGENTINA: INFO SESSION 11/10.
Explore Earth in Argentina Summer 2009
Get Spanish 2001 and Science credits!
For all students with a passion for the outdoors

Explore Earth in Argentina announces an Information Session for the Summer 2009 Program.

When:   Monday November 10, from 6:00 to 7:00 PM

Where:  Student Learning Center, Room 147

Contact:        Dr. Marta Patiño Douce
[log in to unmask]
                Phone: (706)542-2399
Website:        http://mapatino.myweb.uga.edu/arghome.html

Learn about this unique opportunity to study and travel along 4000 miles of Argentina’s most beautiful and rarely visited places. You can sign up for 6 to 11 credit hours in core or upper division elective science courses with no pre-requisite and/or Spanish 2001 (a pre-requisite applies). Emphasis of the program rests on the impact of the exploration, exploitation and use of Earth Resources.

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2.      UGA’S 2009 CROATION MAYMENTER PROGRAM-INFO SESSIOON 11/11.

Held on Tuesday, November 11, 5-6 pm in Room 117 of Joe Brown Hall (Corner of Lumpkin and Baldwin Streets).  For more information: www.uga.edu/croatia <http://www.uga.edu/croatia>  or [log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]> .

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3.      "Walking Each Other Home: A Dialogue on Race" 11/12.
Facilitated by Lee Mun Wah
6:00pm
SLC, Rm. 161
Sponsored by Multicultural Services and Programs

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4.      2009 GEORGIA INTERNATIONAL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE: APPLICATIONS DUE 11/12.

UGA’s Office of International Student Life (ISL) is preparing to send a delegation of UGA students to the 2009 Georgia International Leadership Conference.

WHAT:
The Georgia International Leadership Conference is designed to bring student leaders from across the state of Georgia together for a weekend of intercultural training, networking and learning.  Visit http://www.uga.edu/gaie/gilc/ for more information and a conference brochure.  The Georgia International Leadership Conference is designed for international students and U.S. study abroad students currently enrolled at Georgia colleges and universities. The conference aims to leverage these students' international experiences to promote leadership, cross-cultural
communication, and build social networks.

Students will participate in cultural simulation games, be exposed to principles of leadership, and have a better understanding of their leadership style.

COST & TRAVEL:
The cost of the conference is $60 for everything (including meals).  ISL will provide transportation free of charge for the UGA delegation to go to Rock Eagle in Eatonton, GA.  IF you ATTEND the conference AND have paid your student activity fees, you may be eligible for a FULL refund of the $60 conference fee after you return!!!

WHEN & WHERE:
January 23-25, 2009
Rock Eagle 4-H Center
Eatonton, Georgia

HOW TO APPLY:
Deadline to apply is WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2008. ALL UGA spots will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.

The registration form is attached to this email or students may pick up an application form from the ISL office during regular business hours. Registration is NOT complete until students turn in the entire application form WITH payment.  Students will be selected to attend on a first-come, first-served basis.  The $60 is NON-REFUNDABLE, but students
who attend the conference in January and who have paid their student activity fees may be eligible for a FULL refund of the $60 conference fee after their return.  See Leigh Poole ([log in to unmask]) for more information / further details.

PLEASE NOTE:
Only currently enrolled UGA students who have paid their student activity fees are eligible to apply to attend this conference.  Students must plan to be enrolled for the spring semester 2009 at UGA as well in order to apply with UGA.  Contact ISL if you need more information or have questions.

QUESTIONS?
For more information about this conference or to APPLY to attend, contact International Student Life at 706-542-5867.

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5.      GUEST LECTURE: TOWARD A NEW ASIAN NUCLEAR BALANCE, 11/13.

Please join us Thursday, *November 13, from 3:35pm to 4:30 in 214 Candler Hall* for a guest lecture by *Mr. Amandeep Gill *from Stanford University. Mr. Gill's talk is entitled "*Toward a New Asian Nuclear Balance"*. This lecture is co-sponsored by the Center for International Trade and Security, the School of Public and International Affairs, and
the Indian Student Association at UGA. All faculty, staff and students are cordially invited to attend.

Mr. Amandeep Gill is a visiting fellow at the Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC) at Stanford University. He is a member of the Indian Foreign Service and has served in the Indian Mission to the United Nations in Geneva, the Indian Embassy in Tehran, and the High
Commission of India in Colombo. At headquarters in New Delhi, he has served twice in the Disarmament and International Security Affairs Division of the Ministry of External Affairs at critical junctures in India's nuclear diplomacy.

The following is a preview of Mr. Gill's presentation:

"Asia stands at the threshold of a significant nuclear moment. Several factors unfolding now can push its nuclear future in a number of directions. These include US and Russian decisions on nuclear weapons and missile defenses, Chinese nuclear weapons modernization, political
uncertainty in Pakistan, and the success or failure of efforts to denuclearize the Korean Peninsula and to coax Iran away from nuclear weapons. A new and significant factor has been added by the success of the India-US nuclear understanding. It is possible to arrive at a stable
and peaceful Asian nuclear balance by working with the constraints imposed and the opportunities provided by these unfolding factors. However, this would require creation of newer platforms for engagement and cooperation and the exercise of leadership by the major nuclear
possessors. Asia could well turn out to be the crucible in which a significant harmonization of nuclear policies leading to a reduction in the salience of nuclear weapons is attempted successfully and then replicated globally."

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6.      FIRST PREMIRE OF “GO”: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13TH:
6:30 p.m.
SLC, Rm. 171
Sponsored by Invisible Children United

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7.      DEADLINE FOR ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE IN COSTA RICA APPLICATIONS, NOVEMBER 13.

Sponsored by the Willson Center for Humanities and Arts. Submissions must be received by 5:00 p.m. Through Thursday, November 13, 2008. Contact: 706-542-3966, [log in to unmask]

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8.      INTERNAT’L PHOTO CONTEST AWARDS CEREMONY & PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD VOTING, 11/14. AT CAMPUS COFFEE HOUR. CO-SPONSORED BY ASHA FOR EDUCATION AND THE OFFICE OF INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION.

379 photos have been accepted for submission to this year’s photo contest. Winners will be selected for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in three categories:

*Landscape: a photograph that exhibits artistic quality in a natural setting(may also include people or animals)

*People & Culture: a photograph that communicates a cross-cultural experience

*New Perspective: a photograph that demonstrates a new way of thinking or seeing the world.

Winners will be announced and prizes awarded at Campus Coffee Hour on Friday, November 14th in Memorial Hall Ballroom. Coffee Hour runs from 11:30 - 1:30, but if you want to view all the photo submissions and cast your vote for the People’s Choice Award, you must come between 11:30 – 12:30. Winners will be announced at 12:45. Photographers who submitted work do not need to be present to win, but we hope to see many of you there!

This Coffee Hour event will be co-sponsored by ASHA for Education in celebration of children’s day in India.

To view pictures from previous year’s contests, visit: http://www.uga.edu/oie/pc_contest.htm

Questions? Contact Lila Grisar at [log in to unmask]

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9.      FILM SCREENINGS: INVISIBLE CHILDREN AT CINE, 11/14.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14TH
Screenings of several short films

4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.
Cine' Theater in downtown Athens
Sponsored by Invisible Children United

"GO" is a new film by Invisible Children that documents the journey of a few students from the U.S. to the war torn region of northern Uganda. In 2007, Invisible Children posed a challenge to the youth around the world: raise one million dollars in 100 days to rebuild schools in northern Uganda. Thousands of students rallied together, and 20 were rewarded with the adventure of a lifetime to go to northern Uganda and to meet the students whose schools are being rebuilt.
For more information contact Caitlin Nossett at [log in to unmask]

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10.     THE DEADLINE FOR UGA COSTA RICA PROGRAM APPLICATIONS for SPRING 2009 has been EXTENDED TO NOVEMBER 14, 2008.

Did you know that UGA has its own campus in beautiful Costa Rica? Visit the UGA Costa Rica webpage to learn about the program offerings. You can also download an application there: www.uga.edu/costarica. For more information email [log in to unmask] or contact our offices soon!

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11.     INFO SESSION: DAVID L. BOREN SCHOLARSHIPS AND FELLOWSHIPS: 11/19

On Wednesday, November 19 at 6:00 pm in 116 Moore College, the Honors Program will offer an information session for students interested in the National Security Education Program (NSEP) David L. Boren Scholarships and Fellowships.

Boren Awards provide a unique funding opportunity for U.S. students to study world regions critical to U.S. interests (including Africa, Asia, Central & Eastern Europe, Eurasia, Latin America, and the Middle East).  The countries of Western Europe, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand are
excluded. The Boren Scholarship provides opportunities for undergraduate students to study in countries that are generally underrepresented in study abroad. The Boren Fellowship allows graduate students to add an
important international and language component to their graduate studies. Boren Scholars are awarded up to $20,000 for an academic year and Boren Fellows are awarded up to $30,000 for two academic years
.
Additional information on preferred geographic regions, languages and fields of study and application procedures can be found at www.borenawards.org.

To RSVP for the session or for more information, please contact Rebecca Cheney ([log in to unmask]).

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12.     10-DAY YOUNG CULTURAL AMBASSADOR PROGRAM 2009-SEEKING STUDENTS INTERESTED IN BEING NOMINATED

ALL EXPENSES PAID (except for airfare) FOR A TRIP TO THAILAND!
The Office of International agriculture( OIA) , Khon Kaen University has pleasure in announcing a l0 day "Young Cultural Ambassador Program". This program aims to promote international exchange and mutual understanding between Khon Kaen University and it's international associate universities.

The program will include an interesting mix of language learning, cultural courses and visits to cultural and agricultural sites. The OIA will cover all the in country costs, such as food, tuition fees, accommodation and international travel. But travel expenses to and from Thailand are not covered.

The Young Cultural Ambassador Program will run from 26 January 2009 to 4 February 2009. As places are limited to 20 participants we encourage your institution to nominate a maximum of two students before 20 December 2008. Interested students should contact Vickie McMaken <[log in to unmask]> for more information as Vickie will coordinate UGA’s nominations.

Additional details  and answers to your questions can be obtained by contacting Ms. Sansanee Chaisei at this by phone (66) 43203435 or email: mo_mo_2lmo@ hotmail.com.

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13. FACEBOOK GROUP FOR STUDENTS WHO NEED TO MAKE ATHENS HOUSING ARRANGEMENTS THAT WILL FIT WITH THEIR STUDY ABROAD PLANS.

Are you studying abroad next Fall or Spring and need someone to rent your apartment? Are you returning from a study abroad program and need a new place to live?

Join the "Housing Pre and Post Study Abroad" Facebook Group at
http://uga.facebook.com/group.php?gid=10170600903&ref=share

   If you are planning to study abroad or returning soon, the group is designed to help you work with other students to solve off-campus housing issues. Find roommates, lease your apartment, and post your want-ads on the discussion board.

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14.  SURVEY: FOR THOSE WHO HAVE RECENTLY VISITED THE OFFICE OF STUDY ABROAD

Have you recently visited the Offices of Study Abroad? Met with a Study Abroad Advisor or participated in an Options Abroad Session? If so, please follow this link to complete a survey about your experience in our office.
http://www.uga.edu/oie/sa_eva.html


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15. OPTIONS ABROAD SESSIONS

If you are interested in studying, working, volunteering or interning abroad, we encourage you to attend an Options Abroad Session in the Office of Study Abroad.

In these 50-minute information sessions, we explain the basics of finding a study abroad program, using the resources in our study abroad library, the process of transferring credit from an external study abroad program, financial aid and scholarships for study abroad, health and insurance, basic travel information, information on working, volunteering, or interning abroad, and SISA, the study abroad listserv.

The sessions are held three times a week in 303 Bank of America Building, 110 E. Clayton St., during the fall and spring semesters at the following times:
Monday 3:35-4:25 p.m.
Tuesday 3:30-4:20 p.m.
Thursday 2:00-2:50 p.m.

Please call our office at (706)425-3274 to sign up for a session as there is limited space available.

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16. UPCOMING DEADLINES FOR SELECT STUDY ABROAD SCHOLARSHIPS: Specific information for scholarships that have upcoming deadlines is listed below. You can also visit our website at http://www.uga.edu/oie/sa_scholarship.htm for a more complete listing of additional scholarships that are available (including HOPE, departmental awards, country-specific awards, etc.)

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-- DAAD Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst…German Academic Exchange Service) (assorted fellowships and scholarships with upcoming due dates beginning Nov. 1, 2008).

The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) is the German national agency for the support of international academic cooperation. We offer programs and funding for students, faculty, researchers and others in higher education, providing financial support to over 55,000 individuals per year. We also represent the German higher education system abroad, promote Germany as an academic and research destination, and help build ties between institutions around the world.

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--NAFSA: Association of International Educators and Abroad View, the global education magazine for students, are hosting an essay contest for your chance to become the next Student Diplomat.  Your students are invited to submit a compelling story that articulates how their undergraduate international experience(s) has helped meet the United States' need to understand global situations and compete in the global arena.

The deadline for entries is November 14, 2008 and the winner will be awarded a cash prize of $150 and an STA Travel voucher worth $300.

To learn more, visit http://www.nafsa.org/studentdiplomat

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Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange for Young Professionals (CBYX): APPLICATIONS DUE 12/1
The Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange for Young Professionals (CBYX) is currently accepting applications from your students and recent graduates who are interested in experiencing German culture and everyday life through internship and study.  The application deadline is December 1st  for this yearlong scholarship program, funded by the US Department of State under the authority of the Fulbright-Hays Act, as amended.  CBYX is primarily designed for business, engineering, technical, vocational, and agricultural fields, though applicants from all fields may apply.  Applicants from community and technical colleges are especially encouraged to apply.
Participants spend a year (July 2009 – July 2010) studying and working in their career fields while completely immersed in German language and culture.  Please share this information with your students, and encourage them to apply online at www.cdsintl.org/cbyx.
The CBYX for Young Professionals scholarship includes:
-two months of intensive German language training (prior German language knowledge is not required, but preferred)
-a semester of study in the participant’s career field at a German college or university
-a five-month internship in the participant’s career field with a German company
-accommodations living with German hosts, in shared apartments, and in student dorms
-transatlantic airfare, health insurance, and monthly stipends
-various program seminars in the United States and Germany
-local support in area of placement and in US
Eligibility:
-US citizen or permanent resident
-between the ages of 18-24 at the start of the program in July 2009
-high school diploma or equivalent
-clear career goals and some relevant work experience in career field
-strong interest in German and international affairs, and a strong sense of American identity
-flexibility, independence, and diplomacy
Application Deadline: December 1, 2008 for the program beginning in July 2009.
For more information, and to apply online, visit: www.cdsintl.org/cbyx.
Questions?  Contact [log in to unmask] or 212-497-3522.
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NSEP DAVID L. BOREN SCHOLARSHIPS FOR UNDERGRADUATES AND FELLOWSHIPS FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS: DUE 1/11 & 1/29

The Institute of International Education is pleased to announce the
opening of the 2009-10 academic year competition for NSEP David L. Boren
Scholarships for undergraduate students and NSEP David L. Boren
Fellowships for graduate students.  Boren Awards provide unique funding
opportunities for U.S. students to add important international and
language components to their educations.

Boren Scholarships provide up to $20,000 for an academic year’s study
abroad. Boren Fellowships provide up to $30,000 for language study and
international research.

Applications and detailed information on the Boren Scholarships and
Fellowships are now available on www.borenawards.org
<http://www.borenawards.org/> – our newly designed website.

The application deadline for the Boren Fellowship is January 29, and the
deadline for the Boren Scholarship is February 11.

If you have any questions or comments please contact the IIE Boren
Scholarships and Fellowships staff at [log in to unmask]
<mailto:[log in to unmask]> or 1-800-618-NSEP.

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Graduate Students: SCHOLARSHIPS FOR STUDY IN **GERMANY* *2009-2010*

Applications due January 21, 2009.

UGA Graduate Students have the opportunity to study at several German
universities. At Erlangen, Bamberg and Rostock, the scholarships (some are work-study) cover most living expenses. German universities charge no tuition. The academic year runs from October to late July.

Students should be in good standing in their departments and possess
sufficient German language skills to undertake course work in German.

For further information, go to
http://www.gsstudies.uga.edu/programs/academic-year-exchange.html#year

Please contact Dr. DiBella if you have further questions. She will also send you an application upon request. The application is due *January 21, 2009*.

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17. TEACH ENGLISH FOR DISNEY: WORK WITH BENEFITS BEGINNING FEB 2009

Footprints Recruiting is proud to be the exclusive recruiter for Disney
English.

The magic, the fun, the colors and the success of Walt Disney has come alive in the ESL world at Disney English - Shanghai! If you are looking for a position with top-notch resources and curriculum, and of course a little magic, then working for Disney English is the job for you. Not only will you have the chance to work in the booming metropolis of Shanghai, but you’ll also have the chance to work for a company that knows children like no other.

Disney English offers a curriculum that is engaging and meaningful for children of all ages. Using Disney’s beloved characters you will have access to a curriculum and resources one could only dream about! If this sounds like the job for you, then apply today!

Disney English is looking for energetic, motivated individuals to bring to life English curriculum at the Disney English Language Learning Center in Shanghai, China!

LOCATION: Shanghai, China

CONTRACT DURATION: *2 Years*

START DATE: Feb 15th, 2009

SALARY: $1,500 to $1,714 USD/Month

(10,500 to 12,000 RMB per month)

TYPE OF SCHOOL: Private

AGE OF STUDENTS: 4-12 years old

REQUIREMENTS:

* Native English Speaker

* Bachelor’s Degree or higher (any Degree)

* No Criminal Background

*EFL certification is required unless you have two years professional
experience working in some type of teaching capacity. Candidates with 2
or more years experience teaching English to children are preferred*.

BENEFITS:

* Disney provides EFL training & certification

* Free Mandarin classes

* One-month salary at contract completion

* Health Benefits - 100% of the premium and 50% provided for a legal spouse

HOUSING: Upon arrival accommodation is provided for thirty days after
which time you are assisted to find your own apartment and given to $621
US/month to go towards housing as a stipend.

AIRFARE: Round-Trip Airfare each year provided.

VACATION: Total 16 Days (5 paid vacation days, plus 11 days off for
national holidays)

TEACHING HOURS: 24 hours/week max. 5 teaching days/week

*Apply to teach abroad now online @** *www.footprintsrecruiting.com
<http://www.footprintsrecruiting.com/>

Questions? Call 1-888-677-3166 ext 2001 or 604-677-6556 ext. 2001

Email – [log in to unmask]
<mailto:[log in to unmask]>


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18. UNSUBSCRIBE: YOU CAN REMOVE YOURSELF FROM THIS LISTSERV AT ANY TIME. TO UNSUBSCRIBE FROM SISA-L:
- Visit the Listserv at UGA website at http://listserv.uga.edu/
- Then select: ‘Browse, Subscribe, Post, Search ’
- Type ‘SISA-L’ in the text box and hit ‘go’
- Select ‘Join or Leave the List’
- Type your e-mail in the box and select ‘leave the list’
- You will receive a confirmation automatically.

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Thanks for reading!


Lila R. Grisar
Graduate Assistant, Study Abroad

Office of International Education
University of Georgia
Bank of America Building, 3rd Floor
110 East Clayton Street
Athens, GA  30602

http://www.uga.edu/oie

Study Abroad/Exchange Telephone:  706-425-3274

Study Abroad/Exchange Fax: 706-425-3315

* * * * * * *
Lila Grisar

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