Help support minority students in study abroad by joining the Identity Abroad Support Network.
The list of things to worry about when going abroad can feel endless: differing cultural norms, dietary restrictions, keeping up with your religious practices, dealing with mental health. While nothing completely alleviates those fears, speaking to someone that has had a similar experience goes a long way.
What's the commitment like?
Complete the form below to let us know what kinds of experiences you’d be willing to speak on, and that’s it! You’ll remain in the network for two academic years and can expect to answer the occasional email inquiry from future CET applicants during that time. Want a different way to help out? Consider writing a Perspective Piece on your time abroad.