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Staff staff partner with colleagues at Lobachevsky State University in Russia for a new grant-supported training project sponsored by the American Councils U.S.-Russia University Virtual Partner Program.
SIT’s 55th commencement ceremony on Saturday, Aug. 21, marks the first time in two years that students will participate in person.
SIT Graduate Institute is hosting another round of virtual capstones Aug 16-19. Members of the public can see the culmination of their hard work and celebrate these new graduates.
Two SIT faculty members are among 30 U.S. specialists being honored by the U.S. Department of State for their expertise in English language learning as part of a celebration of 30 years of the U.S. English Language Specialists program.
SIT Study Abroad has welcomed 164 students on 19 summer programs this year, including 65 students on immersive programs in six countries, and 99 students on virtual language programs and internships.
Today marks one year since the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis. His death prompted a wave of protests across the United States and around the world calling for a reckoning with this country’s history and the continuing impacts of racism and systemic oppression. On this solemn anniversary, we want to reaffirm that Black Lives Matter, and that Black voices and experiences are critical to our work as an organization promoting intercultural connection and understanding. We also want to reaffirm our commitment to doing the hard work of confronting our biases in ourselves, our organization, and communities.
SIT Study Abroad is proud to announce it has been named a finalist in two categories for the 2021 GoAbroad Innovation Awards.
SIT Graduate Institute's May 2021 Capstone Seminar will be held from Tuesday, May 11 through Thursday, May 13. The seminar will be entirely online this year and 13 master's students will present their capstones through virtual sessions.
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SIT is issuing the following updated risk and safety message for undergraduate (study abroad) students, including a new policy on vaccinations for students seeking to participate in our study abroad programs in Fall 2021.
The murders of George Floyd and too many others at the hands of police are rooted in centuries of anti-Black oppression and violence in the U.S. that must be addressed. At this critical juncture, we want to affirm that Black Lives Matter, and that Black voices and experiences are critical to our work as an organization promoting intercultural connection and understanding.
SIT is pleased to announce the SIT Study Abroad Photo Contest is now accepting submissions. This year we are celebrating what makes study abroad such a special experience by taking a look back at all of your incredible memories on SIT programs over the years!
School for International Training and World Learning condemn racist and xenophobic anti-Asian rhetoric and violence and stand with the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities that have been harmed.
Building upon the success of the fall series, SIT is pleased to announce that we will be launching a Spring 2021 Critical Conversations Webinar Series beginning in mid-February! This webinar series is designed to inspire community-wide dialogue on global, interdisciplinary topics within SIT’s Critical Global Issues Framework.
We write today to share our thoughts as we continue to process what transpired in Washington, DC. The sight of an angry mob invading the United States Capitol building delaying the ratification of the nation’s election presented us with the “unthinkable.” As shocking as the images were, we also know that these actions reflect divisions within U.S. society that have widened and become increasingly visible over the past years.
World Learning and School for International Training are pleased to share the 2020 World Learning Inc. Impact Report, which highlights the organization's response to a global crisis and showcases just a few of the ways World Learning and SIT program participants and alumni are transforming the world.
Apply for a unique online language program or virtual internship this spring with SIT Study Abroad. Applications are due by December 14. Apply today!
Connect with SIT faculty, staff, and alumni during the semester-long Critical Conversations webinar series, designed to inspire community-wide dialogue on the most critical global topics.
SIT Graduate Institute's August 2020 Capstone Seminar will be held from Tuesday, August 11 through Thursday, August 13. The seminar will be entirely online this year and 15 master's students will present their capstones through virtual sessions.
Our country is at a tipping point; there's no time to sit this one out.
SIT faculty and staff are among thecontributors to a new book, Undergraduate Research Abroad: Approaches, Models, and Challenges, published by NAFSA.
World Learning, Inc., and its family of programs – including School for International Training (SIT) and The Experiment in International Living The Experiment) – are committed to prompt communications with all stakeholders impacted by the spread of COVID-19. Our teams and programs have been in close and frequent contact with students, parents, advisors, partner institutions, and others to inform them of changes necessitated by this situation. We will continue to use and operationalize all resources at our disposal in our efforts to keep our constituents safe.