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John Christian, CEO of CAPA International Education, shares 7 tips for those considering getting a job in the international Education/Study Abroad Field, drawing on his 20+ years of experience.
Boston, MA / London, England (PRWEB) November 16, 2012
CAPA International Education’s president and CEO, John Christian, shared tips for those looking to get into the study abroad field based on his over 20 years of experience. These comments were captured in an interview that Christian conducted with Inside Study Abroad, a blog hosted by Brooke Roberts, dedicated to all things study abroad.
“Just because you’ve had a study abroad experience doesn’t mean you qualify or should even work in study abroad, we’ve moved beyond that,” shares Christian. “There are so many other things that are required of those that are considering going into this field.”
According to Christian, he offers the following advice to those looking to get into Study Abroad:
To view Christian’s full interview at Inside Study Abroad where he details his personal experience and the opportunity to give back to SUNY Oswego, please visit http://www.insidestudyabroad.com/2012/11/JohnChristianCAPA.html; or to obtain more detail or schedule an interview with Mr. Christian, please contact thartman(at)aloftgroup(dot)com.
About CAPA International Education
CAPA International Education has been a global leader for innovative academic learning abroad since 1972. By providing a self-driven, self-selecting and self-identifying experience, CAPA International Education enables the student to be in charge of defining their international learning experience and what it will incorporate. With both individual and group based study abroad programs, CAPA delivers quality experiential education across the globe. With programs located on four continents in seven countries, students are taught using a tested and proven educational program called MyEducation which blends theme based classroom learning and experiential learning to give students the context they need to expand their understanding of the world in which they live. For more information, please visit http://www.capa.org/.
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