January 16, 2020 Newsletter

All Majors

Developing Your Professional Network
February 6, 5:30-7pm, Student Organization Center, TVUC
Save the date for this International Studies workshop.  Develop your professional network, using LinkedIn and other tools, to secure internships, jobs, and a career path from your International Studies major.

Brookings Institution Position
Students and recent graduates may work with Brookings’s staff in research areas that include foreign policy and global economy and development. Summer 2020 applications are due February 28, 2020.

International Story Circles
January 17, 8:30-10:30am, Stone Commons
Participants are invited to come together and share stories on a given topic, and find connection and meaning among strangers from other cultures.

Global Economic Outlook in 2020
January 22, 5:30-7:15pm, The Union Club, Wedgwood Room
This discussion will cover global economic trends and challenges. Student tickets are $5.

Office Hours
Director Kelly McMann will not hold her regularly scheduled office hours this Thursday due to a course schedule change.  Please email her if you would like to meet.


Mandarin Chinese with Elementary Youth–Leader or Co-Leader
Fridays, 12:45-3:45pm
Assist in a Mandarin Chinese class at a local elementary school. Volunteers should have at least an intermediate level of proficiency for this opportunity. Volunteers can apply to be a leader or co-leader. Contact erin.corwin@case.edu to learn more or express interest.


Pain and Glory
January 17, 7pm, Cinematheque
January 18, 7:40pm, Cinematheque
An ailing Spanish movie director looks back over his life and career successes and failures. Tickets are $7 for age 25 and under.

By the Grace of God
January 17, 9:15pm, Cinematheque
January 18, 5pm, Cinematheque
Three French men work together to expose a priest who abused them all as children. Tickets are $7 for age 25 and under.


The International Studies Program does not endorse or sponsor the fellowships, internships, jobs, and other opportunities listed in the newsletter. Students are encouraged to evaluate them.