The FSU Global Scholars program helps students secure summer internships at nonprofit organizations in the Global South (Asia, Africa, Latin America). Currently in its ninth year, this program was developed by the Center for Undergraduate Research and Academic Engagement and provides students with a challenging academic and personal student development experience that is both low-cost and high-impact. Global Scholars receive training before departure, complete a class-based research project during their internships, and connect their experience abroad back to the Tallahassee community in the form of a capstone project upon their return. The Global Scholars program was designed to cultivate active citizens of the world who can utilize research and critical thinking skills to engage with different cultural perspectives and make a positive impact in the global community.
Join the Global Scholars Information Sessions to learn more about the program
October 7, October 11, and October 15 at 3:30 pm in the Nancy H. Marcus Great Hall
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Watch this short video to see what it's like to become a Global Scholar.
Partnership with Omprakash EdGE
Mentoring, Training, and Networking Support
FSU Global Scholars partners with the non-profit organization Omprakash, which helps facilitate the internship connection process and also provides valuable mentorship, training, and networking support. Students will arrange their internships for the summer semester (for a minimum of two months). For summer 2019, students may choose from 150+ internship placements at a wide range of community organizations located in Asia, Africa and Latin America. It is possible for more than one student to go to the same organization.
Global Scholars Cohort Archive
Click here to see the Global Scholars 2019 blog
Click here to see the Global Scholars 2018 blog
Click here to see the Global Scholars 2017 blog
Click here to see the Global Scholars 2016 blog
Click here to see the Global Scholars 2015 blog
Click here to see the Global Scholars 2014 blog
Click here to see the Global Scholars 2013 blog