Whether you have just returned to campus from time overseas, or are looking forward to the day you study abroad, you can promote your own international education from right here at William & Mary. We encourage you to get involved in some of the many international opportunities offered at the College, and meet others who share your passion for international education. Take a look at the wide variety of campus clubs and organizations, and check out the Reves-supported programs below.
- Pre-Departure Aide
Help first-time study abroad students prepare for their time abroad. Pre-Departure Orientations are mid-November and mid-April. Contact [[wmabroad]] for more information
- KEIO Cross-Culture Collaboration
Work with Japanese students from Keio University over the summer as they study American culture.
- Foreign Lands Ambassador Group (FLAG)
Share your knowledge of other cultures with local elementary-school children.
- Study Abroad Fair Volunteer
Volunteer to serve as a resident expert and enthusiast for study abroad at the annual Study Abroad Fair and add your name to a contact list for interested students. Contact [[wmabroad]] for more information.
- Non-W&M Alumni or Ambassdor Programs
For students who participated in non-W&M programs, many program providers offer opportunities as program ambassadors. These opportunities allow students to act as representatives on campus for program outreach and share their experiences with prospective students. Students who are selected as program ambassadors should meet with their GEO study abroad advisor to discuss possible strategies for effective campus outreach.