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AS FEATURED IN HARVARD GRADUATE BOOK
Our Alumni Community is spread over 50+ Countries and was featured in Harvard Graduate Monika Lutz’s book Now What.
Now What? What if I want to take my own path? What if I intern now and be certain of my major when I arrive at orientation day? What if instead of living in indecision, I could be living Abroad?
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10 Years of great experiences around the world
We are celebrating 10 years of successful advanced experiential learning. With the help of 400 corporate partners and 30 Universities, we have shaped experiences for over 2000 students and young professionals in over ten countries. It’s now time to gear
Next Step Conversations: Future Leaders – Episode 17 – Tristine Lam – Why Is That Necessary?
Tristine Lam and I had a killer conversation. She is a student at the University of Texas at Austin studying both Business Administration and Physical Therapy. Her mother and father are both from Vietnam and emigrated to Plano, Texas during
NSC Accepting Applications for New Dublin Summer Internship Program
Next Step Connections is now accepting applications for our new Dublin Summer Internship Program! Summer internships in Dublin offers students an opportunity to experience work environments that cater to a large number of majors and include the various business sectors, sports,
NSC London Summer Internship Program Now Accepting Applications
Our new London Summer Internship Program is now accepting applications for 2019 and beyond. London offers a vast resource for experience-based learning. The work environments available to interns cater to almost every major and include the various business sectors, not-for-profit, political,
Next Step Conversations: Future Leaders – Episode 16 – Sinemjoy (Joy) Arslancain – We Are So Connected Now
It was a pleasure talking to Sinemjoy Arslancain from Western Sydney University. Sinemjoy comes from a multicultural and multilingual family. In particular, Sinemjoy’s mother is from Turkey and arrived in Australia speaking little to no English, yet picked it up