Student Program Assistants
Student Program Assistants with prior experience learning abroad are available for consultations with students considering study, research, or internships abroad.
Peer advisors can help you think about:
- What kind of experience would best fit your academic and professional goals;
- Which factors you should consider in weighing your learning abroad options;
- How you should go about planning for your learning abroad experience; and
- Who else you should talk with.
As peer advisors, they also hold conversations with students who have returned to campus following their time abroad, helping them unpack their experiences, re-acclimate to campus, and envision ways to academically and professionally build on their time abroad.
Please sign up via Pathways.
Yixuan He is an international student from China majoring in Economics and Statistics in her senior year. She studied abroad in Stockholm, Sweden. Yixuan loves exploring different cultures and learning languages. She is fluent in Mandarin Chinese and English, and has knowledge in French, German, Korean, Spanish and Swedish. Yixuan has both on- and off-campus work experiences in the U.S. as an international student, as well as internship experiences in China in local and international companies.
Sammi is a senior pursuing a major in Sociology, minor in Economics, Nexus program in Law, Public Policy and Human Rights, and a certificate in Advanced American Sign Language (ASL). She focuses on Economic Sociology and is interested in advocacy through community based work and policy. She participated in the Fall 2020 Remote Semester in Washington D.C. program at American University, where she was able to take classes in policy, politics and law as well as continue her work on a Senate campaign. During the year, Sammi has run on the Mount Holyoke College Cross Country and Track and Field Teams, been a representative for her team on the Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC) and will be playing Ice Hockey for her senior year.