Penn Abroad Returnees go on to do amazing things, building from their global experience. There are a variety of opportunities that tend to be of interest to students as they return to campus.
The Undergraduate World House Student Fellows Program
An experiential learning opportunity specifically for students with a keen interest in global affairs, and a commitment to collectively addressing a pressing policy challenge for a full academic year. The global focus of the program tends to be of interest to those who have made a global experience part of their time at Penn.
The Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowships (CURF)
CURF provides a range of resources, including information pertaining to funding opportunities, research and fellowship placements abroad. They advise and assist students applying for the US Student Fulbright program, the President's Engagement Prizes, and the President's Innovation Prize
Conversation Partners with ELP
The Conversation Partners program is a free program that coordinates language exchange between ELP students and domestic English-speaking Penn students, staff, or faculty over the course of an academic semester. The program provides the opportunity for participants to practice their foreign language skills, while engaging in cross-cultural exchange.