Studying, working, interning and volunteering abroad and within the United States can be an indispensable educational, professional, and personal experience, and the Global Learning Hub encourages all students to explore opportunities for global learning and engagement. Participation in global learning opportunities also allows you to explore how people of varying or similar cultures, identities, or experiences, interact.
The Global Learning Hub, as with the whole University of California, values the diversity of its students, faculty, and staff and is committed to non-discrimination and inclusiveness. We have developed these resource pages to promote access to global learning opportunities for all. And however you identify, we encourage you to explore how your identity can impact your global learning experiences. Use the links below to access information, resources, and support services to better inform your decisions and experiences when engaging in global learning.
The Global Learning Hub is committed to promoting access to study, work, intern and volunteer opportunities for students of color. Participation in global learning opportunities can be a great way to explore a passion, enhance your resume, and connect with global communities.
The Global Learning Hub is committed to promoting access to study, work, intern and volunteer opportunities for LGBTQIA+-identified students.
Resources are available on campus for undocumented students and students with Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) status interested in global learning opportunities.
Students with disabilities can and do participate in global learning opportunities. Our staff can confidentially assist you in identifying the availability of academic accommodations and accessible facilities at various study, work, intern and volunteer sites.
The Global Learning Hub is committed to promoting access to study, work, intern, and volunteer opportunities for transfer and reentry students.
If you are concerned about getting accommodations for a disability or disabilities when participating in a global learning opportunity, or about how your identity—your race, ethnicity, nationality, gender, sexuality—may be viewed in varying or similar global learning environments, let Global Learning Hub staff and other campus units provide support with resources and information.