Summer is here, so what do International Students do in the United States?
“Are you ready for the summer? Are you ready for the sunshine?” This popular U.S. song is sung by the smallest school kids all the way to college-aged students this time of year. As spring semester final exams end across the country, international students have a variety of options to fill the days and weeks before classes resume in the fall.
For some, returning home for a much-needed break to reconnect with family and friends is long overdue. Jude Abu Musallam, a junior at Auburn University (Alabama) studying civil engineering, is searching for an internship close to his family in Amman, Jordan, “because any time spent with them is a time well spent.” Few could disagree with that sentiment.
But for many international students, summer means staying in the United States for a variety of reasons. As they quickly learn, the United States is quite diverse geographically, socially and culturally with much to explore, both near and far from their college campus. Our colleagues at U.S. News & World Report shared an article outlining options for international students five years ago. Here’s an updated approach on what is possible.
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