Nominate international students to serve on the new International Student Advisory Council

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The Office of International Student Services (ISS) is creating an International Student Advisory Council (ISAC) to give Case Western Reserve University international students a new, direct channel to share their thoughts, concerns and experiences.

The goal of the ISAC is to improve support for and engagement with international students to enhance their experience and give them a stronger voice on campus.

The council will include 10 to 12 undergraduate and graduate student representatives who will work on projects within ISS to hone their leadership skills and engage with the campus community to increase outreach and advocacy. Members will serve for a year-long term from July to June.

ISS encourages members of the campus community to nominate international students to serve on the inaugural ISAC. Self-nominations from international students will also be accepted.

Nominations are due Friday, May 7.

For more information and to access the nomination form, visit the ISAC website.