Develop your skills and abilities to lead and engage diverse individuals who are based in multiple regions of the world in order to get things done. Take advantage of the variety of leadership seminars, workshops, conferences, and programs available to you through the university and its partners.
The UC Davis Global Career Development Series is an ongoing event series hosted by the Global Learning Hub with the purpose of providing all students with additional global professional development resources and opportunities. Open to all.
Explore student groups or student-focused activities that encourage global learning at UC Davis. These groups and activities stand out because they provide students with regular or ongoing opportunities to engage with global issues and/or solve global problems.
First-Year Seminars are an exciting program of small, innovative classes that reflect a variety of intellectual interests. Limited to 19 students each, these unique courses promote critical thinking and community.
Help first-year and transfer international students successfully adjust to life at UC Davis and support the leadership development of current student mentors. We match new international students with current students based on similar academic and social interests to connect them with a community of support and friends.
Meet, connect, and network with some of the global leaders at UC Davis. Seminar guests share their professional journey and career development, highlighting what it means to be a global leader and how to be successful in an increasingly international workplace.
Specifically designed for international undergraduate students, participate in a series of workshops to gain the foundations for academic and professional success. Topics include preparing for career fairs, preparing for graduate school, the American workplace, and how to tell your international story.
Tap into the different networks and associations that UC Davis is a part of and get connected to opportunities that promote international knowledge exchange. Learn from people in different countries working in different disciplines to take part in collaborative problem solving.
Take part in a global leadership program designed to develop skills to positively influence the thinking, attitudes, and behaviors of a diverse group of people in order to promote collaboration and the achievement of goals.
The Millennium Fellowship is an opportunity for undergrad students to lead a social initiative project on campus. Students can participate as Fellows or as Campus Directors. They will receive professional training and a certificate.