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Job Opportunities Abroad and in International Education

The American University in Cairo Presidential Internship Program A program
for one academic year (early September to mid-June) at the American
University in Cairo, Egypt.  Open to undergraduate graduating seniors.
Interns responsible for their transportation to and from Cairo. The
university provides interns with housing as well as a stipend.  Each
semester, interns may take one academic course (graduate or undergraduate
level) at AUC, as well as an evening adult education course (normally
Arabic), at no cost.  For the 2001-2002 academic year, internships are
available in the following areas:  President's office, Public Relations,
Office of Planning and Institutional Research, The Caravan (AUC's bilingual
weekly student newspaper), Office of Enrollment Services, Center for Adult
and Continuing Education, The Rare Books and Special Collection Library.
Applications are now being received for review. Interested individuals
should immediately contact Margaret Karp at:  email: [log in to unmask];
phone:  (212) 730-8800, Ext. 232 or by FAX at (212) 730-1600.

CET Academic Programs is seeking candidates for four positions:
a. Academic Director (Beijing)
b. Resident Director (Beijing)
c. Resident Director (Vietnam)
d. Italy/France Recruitment Officer (Washington, DC)
Please visit our website's "about CET" section for more details about these
openings: <http://www.cetacademicprograms.com>.  Interested candidates
should let me know if they'd like to receive complete
job descriptions.

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Travel Seminar

Council Travel will be sponsoring a travel on a budget seminar on
Wednesday, April 11th from 5-7pm in room 140 of the Tate Center. The
seminar will provide useful information for students traveling
internationally on a shoestring budget. Come learn from the experts!

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Student Quotes

From a student in Kristiansand, Norway:

-Norway has about the population of Atlanta. Only in this small country
could your Norwegian teacher be part of your boyfriend's extended family
and the director of the international office live across the street from
his parents. The mayor's husband could be your academic advisor. Your
political science teacher could be the deputy mayor of the next town
nearby. You can see members of the royal family downtown at a bar or club,
not to mention other Norwegian celebrities.


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Office of International Education
University of Georgia
201 Barrow Hall
Athens, GA  30602-2407
Phone: (706) 542-7903
Fax: (706) 542-6622
http://www.uga.edu/oie
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