How to find jobs in China?

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China is the world’s most populous nation and ‘queuing up’ or ‘queue-jumping” is almost a national sport.

The most logical step to finding internships and non-teaching jobs in China is to sift through online job boards or connect with HR …

By Yan Qi
Yan Qi Student Ambassador
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Internships and Research Abroad

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We are frequently asked about internships – what we want to do, where we want to go – and sometimes finding the perfect internship can be challenging. The biggest challenge is knowing where to start! Some people do several internships throughout their …

By Georgina Nicholos
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Adulting: Know your privilege, let go of your prejudices, and respect diversity.

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#Adulting can be hard. I am 24 and I feel like I’ve barely scraped the surface of the #learningtoadult phase. Though I highly doubt it’s a phase. #Adulting involves adapting to new situations and meeting new people, and that happens …

By Mackenzie Jones
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The Art of Reflection: The Stand Out Scholarship Essay

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It’s about what you learned, not what you did.

You may have a rap sheet of accomplishments, activities, jobs, and hard skills, but that is not the purpose of an essay. If the foundation or organization providing the scholarship wants …

By Mackenzie Jones
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Making the Best from Service Learning Experiences

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Service learning experiences have invigorated my goals as a community health researcher and practitioner. To this, mention worthy has been the 11 weeks internship program in Uganda through the Advancing Collaboration and Community Training (ACCT) program of Indiana University, Bloomington. …

By Tapati Dutta
Tapati Dutta PhD Candidaate
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