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Join us for the 2017 GO! Global Orientation on Culture + Ethics Saturday, April 8 at the FedEx Global Education building!

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Saturday, April 8 • 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Global Lunch: Australia/New Zealand/Oceania
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Students will have an opportunity to talk with individuals native to or knowledgeable about the region/country they will be traveling to.  This session has been specially designed so students can ask some of their more targeted and country-specific questions on health and safety, logistics, and daily living expectations/concerns.  The lunch will also provide a way to get to know others traveling to a similar area

Global Connections Host
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Brandy Arellano

Program Manager, Center for Global Initiatives
Brandy manages the Passport to GO! program which supports new Carolina students to procure their first U.S. passport and find appropriate avenues for their first global opportunity. She also directs GO! Global Orientation, a pan-university training initiative to prepare students culturally and ethically for global opportunities, and Global Take Off: Puerto Rico, which provides first-time travelers full funding for a four-day, faculty-led trip... Read More →
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Leah Edwards

Leah caught the travel bug as an undergraduate at UNC when she studied abroad her sophomore year in Ecuador through the School for International Training, studying Culture and Development. Upon her return, she decided to major in Geography and Environmental Studies. She became a writer and eventually Design Editor for the student publication, Carolina PASSPORT in hopes of inspiring other students to take the life-changing leap to go or study... Read More →

Saturday April 8, 2017 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Florence & James Peacock Atrium

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