In today’s episode of Now That’s INTAresting, we talk with Matt Josey, a Sam Nunn School alum, who graduated with a Bachelor of Science in International Affairs and Modern Languages (IAML) with a concentration in Spanish, a Certificate in Latin American Affairs, and a Minor in Biology. Matt talks about how receiving a minor in a different discipline than your major can shape a career path through discussions of study abroad, the National Park Service, and more!
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Highlights with Matt:
- If you can, find a way to specialize your degree and the coursework you take to your interests!
- Research into study abroad programs, minors, and any other programs before making a decision on what opportunities you want to pursue!
- Study abroad programs are a great way to meet new people, find what your interested in, and complete courses that can count towards your major or minor!
- Many government agencies have regional offices that you can apply to for internships and jobs!
- Minoring in a different discipline is helpful to form your career path and challenge yourself to think in an interdisciplinary way in your coursework!
Additional Resources Referenced:
- Information about the Minor in Biology
- Information about the Certificate in Latin American Affairs
- Learn more about the Office of International Education and study abroad programs
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