Getting involved is more than joining a club or participating in a's an opportunity to expand your experiences, forming relationships to gain another family and it is a way to gain a well rounded experience.In addition to relevant education, internships and job experiences, US employers also value well-rounded students with extracurricular activities and leadership experiences. Getting involved can result in gaining transferable skills that you can use in your career field of interest.The Center for International Programs office advises several opportunities that focus on International students and extending Global education. Please take a look at opportunites to get involved or gaining leadership roles in the following: I-Club, I-House, Associate Students Global Support Committee, and the Study Abroad Peer Mentors.