Global Transition Program
If you would like to be involved with the 5 day program designed to welcome and assist new international undergraduate students, you can apply to be a Global Transition Assistant or a Global Transition Captain. Please click here for more info, and to fill out the online application!
Immigration Attorney Presentation- Wed, Nov. 14
Come hear about Life After F-1. Subjects to be discussed include Immigrant and Non-immigrant visas, H-1b, permanent residency, etc.
Location: Rose Hill, JMH, Room 138
Please RSVP to email@example.com.
One to World's International Prom Night- Thursday, Nov. 15
Don't miss out on this American tradition! Live DJ music, dancing, refreshments, personal prom photos, and 350 Int'l guests from around NYC!
Location: Canal Room, 285 West Broadway
Cost: $20 with Fordham's group! (Cash or Check)
Deadline to sign-up: Friday, Nov. 9. Purchase tickets from the OIS office during advising hours.
Global Peer Assistants Program
If you like assisting new international students with their transition to New York and to Fordham, sign up to be a Global Peer Assistant! We are now accepting applications- for more info, go to the program website.
Counseling Center-A Meeting for International Students- at RH and LC!
At Home in the World: This meeting for international students will focus on adjustments to the United States, New York, and Fordham. It will look at adjustment issues as well as questions about identity.
LC students: Tuesdays 6pm, McMahon Hall rm. 221, Call Yael Nitkin-Kaner, Psy.D., 212-636-6225 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
RH students: Thursdays from 4-5pm, O'Hare Basement, Call Deborah Lawrence, Ph.D., 718-817-3725 x3740.
Institute of American Language and Culture
IALC offers workshops in all levels of English on pronunciation, grammer, conversation, and TOEFL. These workshops are open and complimentary to all matriculated international students at Fordham. Contact email@example.com for more info.
One To World
This organization creates unique programs for international students in the New York metro area. The are designed to:
Introduce you to a variety of American people and help you experience American life and culture, in all of it's diversity.
Help you meet other international students at universities across the New York area for support and excahnge. Did you know there are over 65,000 international students here?
Enable you to apply your academic and regional expertise, offering fresh perspectives and ideas to Americans!
Some examples of their programs:
Spend time with a U.S. host family on a Community Visit over the Thanksgiving Holiday.
Discover Harlem on a One To World Walk!
Get to know the "working world" in the U.S. on one of their Campus-To-Career programs.
Present your country and culture to N.Y.C. Public School students with Global Classroom.
Volunteer to help the hungry and homeless through a Community Service program.
Unwind with us over lively conversation at one of our many social events.
Check out their website at www.one-to-world.org, or view their 2011 Fall Program Calendar for more information!