We at CUAbroad would like to welcome you back to the U.S. and to CUA. Whether you completed a semester, an academic year or a short-term program somewhere around the world, we trust that your education abroad experience was one of the most challenging and unique experiences you have had so far!

Your family, friends and loved ones were most likely very excited to see you again and wanted to hear your stories about the places you visited while away. To assist you with the transition period of getting used to living back in the U.S. again, we have compiled some re-entry advice and solutions to common problems people face upon returning home. We hope that you will find these resources helpful as you adjust and plan your next steps in your education and life after study abroad.

Work for Us

Positions are available in the CUAbroad Office for students who have a strong desire to help other students learn more about study abroad and to assist them prepare for the experience. We provide students with invaluable work experience and, upon successful completion, a letter of recommendation and/or reference for future employers.

These positions are available to both undergraduate and graduate students. All applicants must be full-time students at in good academic standing at the time of application. Interested students are required to work no more than 10 hours a week and are often asked to perform a variety of duties outside normal business hours designed mostly to promote programs on campus. Supervision and training is provided.

Necessary qualifications and skills: Excellent communications skills, friendly and outgoing personality, with good public speaking ability. Experience with Microsoft Office is required, additional software skills such as PageMaker, PhotoShop, Front Page are desirable but not required. Good organizational skills and attention to detail is helpful to have. The successful applicant will be a self-starter with the ability to work independently without close supervision.