As You Turn Your Experience Abroad Into Your Successful Future Remember That You’ll Always be a Member of Our Verto Education Family
Traveling the World Changed You.
Now It’s Time For You to Change the World.
As an alumnus of a Verto Education semester, self-discovery doesn’t stop when you return. At Verto, we’re here to help, wherever your path make take you.
Take a look at the resources below and join our Alumni Network to connect with like-minded peers. Share your story with past, present, and prospective students. Connect with us to stay up-to-date on new resources. Still have questions or ideas about how to make Verto experiences even more life-changing? Don’t hesitate to contact us.
Get help with reverse culture shock. Prepare for jobs and internships. Find support for the rest of your college years and beyond.
What's re-entry and "reverse culture shock?"
- Read these re-entry lessons from abroad. Bonus: scroll down for opportunities to go abroad again!
- Looking for more information on culture shock, re-entry, or making the most of your return? Check out these re-entry resources for students or build your own roadmap to re-entry.
- Take a deep dive with this Gillman Re-Entry Resources Packet [PDF] for returning students.
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Serve as an Alumni Ambassador
Interested in talking to future Verto students at our Open House, Virtual College Fair, or in-person high school events? Email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
Apply your international experience to internships. Connect with future employers. Go abroad and learn professional skills.
Go Abroad Again
Can’t wait to hit the road again? Although your Verto experience has come to an end, there are still plenty of opportunities to explore during and after earning your degree.
Spend a summer or break volunteering abroad. Find a volunteer program that works with your skills and schedule.
Speak to your college’s study abroad office about opportunities they offer. You can also check out if they offer any partnerships with other organizations that may allow you to go to additional locations or complete interesting coursework. It is a good idea to narrow down a few destinations or topics before you meet with a study abroad advisor. Read up on how to choose a destination.
Consider spending a summer internship abroad. You could learn valuable cross-cultural communication skills and build a global network by applying for experiences like these.
Work with Verto
Check out Verto career opportunities, including Alumni Internships and more.
Check out your Verto school of record resources to receive additional guidance! For RBC students, visit their Career Services site for more information.
Verto is the best way to start your college career, but you’re in charge of how you finish it! As always, we’re here to help.
How to Order a Verto Transcript (Fall 2020 and after)
- Visual Learner? Review the Powerpoint: Transcript Ordering Process in Depth here
- Prefer simpler instructions? Review the How To’s, Tips, & Advice here
- Don’t need an official transcript, but would like to review your grades? Check out the instructions to view your unofficial transcript.