Global Opportunities Expo

Global opportunities 2021 Flyer: April 20 and 21, 202. 11 AM-3PM Zoom Online

The world is growing increasingly more connected each day. How can you prepare yourself for a global education, study abroad experiences, and navigate the array of international pathways in life beyond college? The 2021 Global Opportunities Expo can give you a starting point!

The University of Kansas and Donnelly College, the most diverse college in the Midwest, are overjoyed to partner in presenting this year's fully online GOE! Please mark your calendars for April 20 & 21 from 11 AM to 3 PM to hear from students, staff, and faculty about the careers, opportunities, experiences, and identities that have shaped them and led them to become involved in global pathways. This two-day event will include panels and performances from all over the world and is meant to be a drop-in as you are able event. 

This online event is open to everyone with special emphasis on junior high level and above students and individuals hoping to increase their knowledge and broaden their pathways as global citizens. 

Please register with the "Attendee Registration" link below to receive the Zoom room schedule (coming soon) and check out the "Schedule of Events" link to get the detailed information for the two-day event. 

We cannot wait to "see" you there!


The 2021 Global Opportunities Expo is made possible in part by U.S. Department of Education National Resource Center grants and is sponsored by Donnelly College and the University of Kansas Hall Center for the HumanitiesCenter for Latin American and Caribbean StudiesKansas African Studies CenterCenter for Russian, East European & Eurasian StudiesCenter for Global and International StudiesCenter for East Asian StudiesAfrican & African American StudiesKU Libraries,  Center for Sexuality and Gender DiversityOffice of International Affairs, and the Open Language Resource Center.

If you have any questions, please contact Amanda Hill, Outreach, Events & Office Manager for the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at