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Resources for language learning and Studying Abroad
Whether you are just beginning your research into language learning and study abroad opportunities, or have been interested in both for some time, the resources below be helpful.
- NSLI-Y on Facebook - Become a fan of the NSLI-Y Facebook page to get updates on the 2017-18 application, stay informed about the latest news and research related to language learning and study abroad, and pose questions to NSLI-Y staff.
- NSLI-Y on Twitter - Follow @NSLI-Y to get updates on the 2017-2018 application and connect with others interested in NSLI-Y and language learning. Use #NSLIY in your tweets!
- NSLI-Y Alumni on Facebook - Join the Ask NSLI-Y Alumni Facebook group to connect with fellow applicants and NSLI-Y alumni, chat with the NSLI-Y community about language learning and study abroad, and prepare for the exciting exchange experiences ahead of you!
- NSLI-Y on Instagram - Follow NSLI-Y to view inspiring photos that showcase the NSLI-Y application, program, and alumni experience. Use #NSLIY in relevant posts and you may be reposted!
Explore other language study opportunities for languages less commonly-taught in the United States:
- The Language Flagship: K - 12 and undergraduate programs, most of which are university-based
- STARTALK: Summer programs in the U.S. for K - 12 students, undergraduates, and teachers
- Boren Awards for International Study: Undergraduate and graduate scholarships and fellowships
- Critical Language Scholarship (CLS): Scholarships for undergraduate and graduate students for overseas summer language programs
Learn more about NSLI-Y destinations and how to be prepared for a study abroad experience by exploring the following sites:
- The U.S. Department of State offers resources for U.S. citizens and their families considering study abroad
- The U.S. Department of State provides information for international travelers, and information about programs for U.S. citizens to go abroad for cultural, educational, or professional exchange
- The World Factbook provides country-specific information for NSLI-Y host countries and beyond
NSLI-Y does not discriminate against any individual on the basis of gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, impairment, political opinion, or economic and social standing. Find helpful resources related to diversity issues in study abroad by exploring the following sites:
- Diversity Abroad offers a wealth of information on diversity and inclusion issues abroad
- U.S. Department of State’s LGBTQI Travel Information
- Identity, sexual and gender abroad contains valuable information for LGBTQI students and anyone considering study abroad
- Mobility International USA (MIUSA) is a resource center for disability-related questions about study abroad
Career and Volunteer Opportunities
Below are some career options that value and utilize language skills: