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URep Abroad celebrates diverse groups in international education (IE) by intentionally uplifting and spotlighting their unique experiences. Our mission is to bring visibility to the diversity in international education, international work, and travel.

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I wanted to work in NYC but ended up in China! How my job search led me to be a school counselor abroad!

A Conversation with Kisha Hugh-Abban

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Kisha Hugh-Abban, a Jamaican-American, shares how she started her career as a School Counselor in China and her advice to international schools seeking to be more inclusive.

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We want to hear from you! Share your experience as an international educator, as a student abroad, or your favorite travel tips and tricks!

Taking And Making Space: How Being A Barbadian Immigrant Led Me To Pursue A Career In International Counseling As A Mental Health Advocate

A Conversation with Cheryl-Ann Weekes

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Cheryl-Ann Weekes is a Barbadian school counselor that has built a career working internationally. Passionate in advocacy for mental health, boundaries, and positive self-talk, Cheryl-Ann uses her experience to help support and create connections with her students.

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