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Less Commonly Taught Language Study Programs and Resources
- The Language Flagship: The Language Flagship is a national initiative to change the way Americans learn languages through a groundbreaking approach to language education for students from kindergarten through college.
- STARTALK: STARTALK offers students (K–16) and teachers of eight critical need languages creative and engaging summer experiences that strive to exemplify best practices in language education and in language teacher development.
- Boren Awards for International Study: Boren scholars (undergraduate students) and Fellows (graduate students) study abroad or conduct research in areas of the world that are critical to U.S. interests and underrepresented in study abroad.
- Critical Language Scholarship (CLS): The CLS program is a summer study abroad opportunity for American college and university students to learn languages essential to America’s engagement with the world.
- Lead with Languages: Lead with Languages raises awareness across the U.S. about the rapidly rising importance of language skills to a wide array of careers, as well as U.S. national security and international standing.
- The U.S. Department of State offers resources for U.S. citizens and their families considering study abroad as well as resources about hosting an international student.
- 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 locations and beyond
NSLI-Y does not discriminate against any individual on any basis, including gender identity, race, national origin, sexual orientation, religion, disability, political opinion, or economic and social standing. Find helpful resources related to diversity issues in study abroad listed below.
- Diversity Abroad offers a wealth of information on diversity and inclusion issues abroad
- U.S. Department of State provides information for LGBTQI Travelers
- Mobility International USA (MIUSA) is a resource center for disability-related questions about study abroad
Career and Volunteer Opportunities