Host a MEAL with DePaul
Become a host for MEAL with DePaul program, which invites DePaul faculty and staff members to host international students in their homes for a meal during the quarter. For more information, visit the International Student and Scholar Services (ISS) website here.
FY@broad Staff Professional
Apply to be a “staff professional” for one of Study Abroad’s FY@broad programs. The programs combine a first-year focal point seminar with a 7-10 day study tour.
Staff professionals teach a portion of the Focal Point Seminar called Global Hour, which includes five class sessions during the Winter or Spring Quarter course. After the Focal Point quarter, they travel with the student group and faculty instructor to the destination studied. For 2016-17, the destinations are Jordan, China, and France during spring break (Winter Focal Point) and Ireland, Germany, and Jerusalem during the summer (Spring Focal Point).
For more information, visit the Study Abroad website and scroll down to find “FY@abroad” here.
Service Immersion Staff Opportunities
Every year, staff and faculty have the opportunity to accompany students on immersions to 17 different community partners in the United States and Latin America. On these immersions, students engage in direct service, learn about the ways our partners are working for justice, and build community.
Not only do staff mentors on immersions participate in the Vincentian mission in a very hands-on way, but they also have the opportunity to build close relationships with students.
If you are interested in applying to accompany an immersion as a staff mentor, please complete this application
For more information, please visit the Vincentian Community Service Office website here.
Participate in a Global Coffee Hour
Participate in the Global Coffee Hour program, which orients first-year graduate and undergraduate international students to student life at DePaul and in Chicago to support their transition into the DePaul community, prepare them to contribute to our Vincentian culture, and successfully meet their academic and personal goals. For more information, visit the International Student and Scholar Services (ISS) website here.