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With her passion for legislative activism, rising senior Marin Hein is set to build her own professional brand through the Wisconsin in Washington, D.C. Internship (WiW) Program. In doing so, she joins other Badgers in …

Even before their first day at the UW–Madison, some students prioritize building an international dimension into their Badger experience. Among the many ways to begin cultivating themselves as global citizens is the Wisconsin International Scholars …

Jordyn Rinehart hones her professional skills through the Wisconsin in Washington program Equipped with laptops, webcams, and blazers, seven intrepid Badgers embarked on the first iteration of UW–Madison’s virtual Wisconsin in Washington study away program …

Education has always been a priority for Joel Baraka. Even facing obstacles, he has forged ahead. Now, he is looking to merge his passion for education and his studies in civil engineering to give back …

For many students, summer means long, hot days and the opportunity to flex their newfound classroom skills at an internship. COVID altered many summer interns’ plans, especially those who hoped to travel abroad and participate …

(Photo: UW Global Gateway Fellowship recipients for spring and calendar year programs.) Curiosity, drive, and a sense of adventure help students find success while studying, interning, and researching abroad. Generosity from donors also plays …

Emily Perez caught the travel bug young. When Perez’ mom played games with her as a child, she spoke German. Perez’ father told her stories of his time in France and Spain, hitchhiking cross-country with …

When Shane Simenstad ’17, political science, enrolled at UW–Madison, he thought he would study to become a doctor like his father. But after his first year, he realized he lacked passion for the profession. Still, …

In Washington, D.C., reputation can be everything. Whether students are looking to launch careers in government agencies, NGOs, or the private sector, building a strong reputation through experience and networking can be the key to …

Scott Muir ‘06, international studies major and participant in the inaugural Wisconsin in Washington Program in , shares his reflection on participating in the program and building a career and life in Washington, D.C. Washington, …

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WISCONSIN PARTNERS

PACELLI HIGH SCHOOL

Pacelli High School is a comprehensive Lasallian Catholic High School, enrolling students in grades Established in under the Christian Brothers. Pacelli Catholic High School follows the tradition of excellent secondary schools in Stevens Point, notably St. Joseph Academy/Maria High School, merging in

SKYWARD

Skyward is a software company specializing in K–12 school management and municipality management technologies, including Student Management, Human Resources, and Financial Management. Skyward is partnered with more than 1, school districts and municipalities worldwide.

CWITA

The Central Wisconsin Information Technology Alliance, CWITA, is a group of action-focused employers in central Wisconsin working together to enhance the image of IT careers and position the region as a hub for IT opportunities. CWITA collaborates with the K education system to strengthen IT career pathways and assist in growing our regional IT workforce.

UW-MADISON INTERNATIONAL INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

In , Guangwai-Pacelli High School (GPHS) became a part of the University of Wisconsin-Madison's International Internship Program (IIP). IIP is a program that cultivates internships for qualified UW-Madison students around the world. This semester, GPHS hired three UW-Madison advising interns. Each GPHS student will have one advisor who will meet with them weekly. The intern will tailor the advising session to the student's needs, including going over topics such as college applications, life abroad, essay writing, and standardized tests. While everything will be virtual for the spring semester of , we are looking forward to inviting an intern to China next year.

UW-GREEN BAY

University of Wisconsin-Green Bay (UW-Green Bay) has formed a partnership with Guangwai-Pacelli High School (GPHS) in November to provide college credit opportunities for the students at GPHS. UW-Green Bay Dual Enrollment Access Academy provides opportunities for high school students to earn high school and college credit (dual credit) for courses that are taken at the college level. Online courses are taught by University instructors in a format that allows students to work on the course on their own schedule. In addition, UW-Green Bay awards GPHS graduates a “Preferred Partner” tuition remission of $5, per year.

UW-PLATTEVILLE

The University of Wisconsin-Platteville (UW-Platteville) is a comprehensive, four-year public institution of higher education. Total enrollment is approximately 9, Our students are from across Wisconsin, the United States, and beyond—including degree-seeking international students representing over 24 countries and visiting/exchange students from 12 countries. UW-Platteville awards Guangwai-Pacelli High School graduates a guaranteed tuition remission of $5, for the first year of undergraduate studies.

EDGEWOOD COLLEGE

Edgewood College is an accredited, four-year private liberal arts college located in Madison, Wisconsin. Founded in by the Dominican Catholic Sisters of Sinsinawa, Edgewood College is committed to the values of truth, justice, compassion, partnership, and community. In addition to conferring Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees in more than 40 academic areas, Edgewood College also offers programs at the Master’s and Doctoral levels.

NOVA SCOTIA PARTNERS

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT

The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (the Department) regulates the approval and delivery of the Nova Scotia program internationally which is guided by the Public School Program– a framework that outlines the principles and policies, and describes the programs and courses, for Primary education in Nova Scotia.

MOUNT SAINT VINCENT UNIVERSITY

Mount Saint Vincent University (MSVU) is established in and located just minutes from downtown Halifax, and is recognized for its small class sizes and personalized approach to learning. A diverse mix of 4, people from across Canada and more close to 70 countries take advantage of our programs and unique sense of community through on-campus classes and distance learning opportunities.

ST. FRANCIS XAVIER UNIVERSITY

St. Francis Xavier University is a public undergraduate liberal arts university of about 5, students and located in Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada. It is a member of the Maple League, a group of primarily undergraduate universities in Eastern Canada. St. Francis Xavier University (StFX) is one of Canada’s oldest and most prestigious universities. StFX students thrive in an intimate learning environment that nurtures the development of the whole person. Here, the focus is on the academic and personal development of every student.

CAPE BRETON UNIVERSITY

Cape Breton University (CBU) is home to nearly 5, students from more than 40 countries around the world. CBU offers a comprehensive set of liberal arts, science, business, health and professional programs on the first energy self-sufficient campus in North America.

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What challenges do you face when creating robust international internship programs? With the resource-heavy nature of internship programs, it is crucial that your campus is prepared to meet the growing demand. The international education office can provide unique opportunities to prepare students for a globalized and highly competitive workforce.

presenters Maj Fischer, Cheryl Matherly, and Beth Miller share their experiences with developing and delivering internship options abroad. They offer suggestions on how to adapt these best practices to different campus environments, including offices with limited resources. Webinar participants will gain practical tips on how to establish an internship program and work strategically with partners across the campus and globe.

Objectives

  • Discover how to design and implement international internships that serve the needs and interests of students and partnering organizations/companies.
  • Outline best practices for identifying, selecting, and maintaining relationships with internship partners.
  • Identify ways to adapt these techniques for offices with limited resources.

Presenters

Maj Fischer
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Maj Fischer has directed the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s International Internship Program since its inception in February Fischer has worked in international/intercultural education for nearly two decades. Preceding her current role, she served as director of academics for the Danish Institute for Study Abroad (DIS) in Copenhagen, Denmark; associate director of the Peace Corps in Fiji; and associate director of UW-Madison’s International Academic Programs office, the largest study abroad unit on the UW campuses.

While she has lived around the world, Fischer is a proud native of Wisconsin with an undergraduate degree (AB) from the University of Chicago and a master’s in public policy focusing on international development and education policy from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. She was also a Fulbright participant in Korea, a Peace Corps volunteer in Poland, a summer intern in Brussels, and spent a year in both Finland and Sweden as an exchange student.

Cheryl Matherly, EdD
The University of Tulsa

Cheryl Matherly, EdD, is vice provost for global education at the University of Tulsa, where she has responsibility for the strategic leadership of the university’s plan for comprehensive internationalization. Matherly’s special area of interest is with the internationalization of science and engineering education. She codirects the NanoJapan program, funded by the National Science Foundation, in order to expand international research opportunities for students in STEM fields. NanoJapan was recognized by the Institute of International Education in with the prestigious Andrew Heiskell Award for Innovations in Study Abroad.

She received a second NSF grant for a multiphase conference, Strategic Issues in University Internationalization, which examined comparative approaches in the United States and Japan for the internationalization of science and engineering education. She also coedited the NAFSA publication titled Internships, Service Learning, and Volunteering Abroad: Successful Models and Best Practices with William Nolting, Debbie Donohue, and Martin Tillman. Matherly is the recipient of two Fulbright grants for international education administrators (Germany and Japan). She has a BA in English and political science from the University of New Mexico, an MS in education from Indiana University, and an EdD in education from the University of Houston.

Beth Miller
Baruch College, City University of New York (CUNY)

Beth Miller is the assistant director of Baruch College’s Weissman Center for International Business. Since she has managed the center’s Internship Placement Program and its staff of six in coordinating the matching of students to domestic and international internship opportunities in a variety of fields. She also develops and facilitates various student programs, hosts professional development workshops, and oversees the selection of specific academic scholarships.

Prior to , Miller worked as a marketing communications associate with the financial adviser training program of Morgan Stanley. From to she worked at the corporate headquarters of Barnes & Noble, Inc. as staff writer and as acting communications manager. Miller earned her MA in education from Seton Hall University in and her BA in secondary education from Capital University in

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