Your intercultural learning does not end once you return to Cal Lutheran. We've curated a list of other on-campus and off-campus opportunities for you to explore
after off-campus study.
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Become a Peer Mentor.
Become a Global Ambassador.
Join the United Students of the World.
Live in the Global Living Community.
Join the Model U.N.
The program focuses on languages, countries, and fields of study considered critical
to national security.
The scholarship provides a paid opportunity to study a high-needs language over the summer.
The fellowship provides opportunities to write policy papers, memorandum, and op-ed.
The program provides opportunities to intern with federal agencies and corporations.
The program provides opportunities to intern with U.N. offices or agencies.
The program provides opportunities to intern with federal government offices and agencies.
Careers & Fellowships
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Students can apply in their junior year for a fully paid, year-long opportunity to
teach or do research in another country.
Participants will be based in Washington, D.C. and work full time for 6 to 9 months
at a participating organization.
Participants have the opportunity to gain professional experience in multilateral policymaking, research, and analysis.
The scholarship provides full financial support for a degree or degrees at the University
of Oxford in U.K.
The program provides graduate fellowships to college seniors and graduates who are
committed to joining the Foreign Service.
The U.N. Young Professioanls Programme consists of an entrance examination and professional
The White House Fellowships offer first-hand experience working full time for a year
in the U.S. government.
Fellows work in a U.S. embassy or consulate overseas, primarily interviewing visa
applicants and processing their applications.
Particiapnts teach English in public schools in Japan.
Participants work as teaching assistants in Spain for elementary or secondary schools.
Participants teach English in public schools in France or in French-speaking locations.
Participants teach English in various schools in South Korea.
Volunteer opportunities range from clearing trails in national parks, to fighting
poverty, to mentoring children and teens.
Volunteer work focuses on social justice nationally.
Volunteers work with local communities on variety of social and economic issues.
Volunteers can be assigned to diverse regions in the world.