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Education Abroad Recruits GloBull Ambassadors for New Outreach Program
October 13, 2011

USF students who have traveled abroad are now volunteering to be GloBull Ambassadors as part of Education Abroad’s newest program. As GloBull Ambassadors, students who have returned after completing an education abroad program will now be positioned at different locations on campus to share their experiences with USF students first-hand. 

Covering locations from Einstein Bros. at the Marshall Center to the Public Health Auditorium, 28 GloBull Ambassadors are committing their time to answer students’ questions and give them a first-hand account of what goes into a USF study abroad experience. From studying Spanish in Costa Rica to learning about cultural contrasts in India, USF GloBull Ambassadors have knowledge about numerous programs and countries.

Joshua Leigh who went on an exchange program to Exeter University in the United Kingdom (summer 2011) will be at the Library Starbucks on Thursdays from 2:15 PM to 4:00 PM. Like most return study abroad students, Joshua’s experiences extended further than classroom and he’s ready to share them with his peers.

The office of Education Abroad invites you to visit its GloBull Ambassadors and ask them questions that a brochure or website can’t answer.

Click here view all GloBull Ambassadors, their locations and availability.