Summer 2021 Virtual International Programs

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SUNY has made the difficult decision to cancel all in-person Summer 2021 Study Abroad programs due to uncertainties surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, but that doesn’t mean students can’t receive a global education.

Despite the ongoing challenges, the Center for Global Education & Engagement (CGEE) believes in the importance of international experiences. To that end, in Fall 2020, the CGEE developed virtual programs available to Brockport students during Winter 2020/2021 and Spring 2021 and will continue to offer these programs for Summer 2021. These programs will allow students the chance to engage in meaningful, global opportunities and earn credit from the comfort and safety of home, all for a comparable cost to taking regular Brockport classes.

Virtual Programs

Remote International Internships in Dublin, Ireland: Summer 2021

The Brockport Remote International Internships provides students the opportunity to experience work life in Dublin, Ireland in partnership with EUSA Internships, Brockport’s program partner for over 15 years. Each customized internship placement has its own opportunity to try new things and create a network of international contacts. Students will gain experience for credit while strengthening their professional resume and cultural competency. In addition to their placement, students will attend a weekly seminar in conjunction with the Washington D.C. program.

What students gain:
  • A series of professional development workshops that focus on global communication, interviewing and working at a distance, and goal setting through EUSA’s Growth Tracker
  • Customized remote international internship placement
  • Cultural activities and exercises to help you adapt to your internship culture
  • Speaker series offered remotely through the SUNY Washington, DC Internship Program
  • Continuous support from EUSA’s experienced staff

Global Citizenship Virtual Exchange Programs: Summer 2021

In these Global Citizenship Virtual Exchange Programs, students will contribute to global sustainability by completing a project in small groups, in partnership with community-based and nonprofit organizations around the world. Students will gain skills in intercultural communications and collaboration by completing a project for one of these partner organizations through the framework of the United Nations Sustainability Goals. Partner organizations around the world will work with groups of students to develop these stories and receive use of the final products.

To learn about the general structure of the programs, please visit the links below. As the summer programs become finalized, the website will be updated appropriately.

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