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Applications for the 2020-21 Auburn International Mentoring, or AIM, Program are due this Friday, Sept. 18, to Kalani Long. Once applications are reviewed, students chosen to advance to the next stage of the selection process will be interviewed by the Office of International Programs via Zoom. Then, in early October, students selected for the 2020-2021 AIM program will be notified and paired with a mentor.

The AIM program pairs select, motivated students with successful alumni living abroad for a meaningful one-year virtual mentorship. This program will allow you to explore the opportunities and realities of living and working abroad with expert advice from a fellow member of the Auburn Family. To qualify for the program, students must have a sophomore or higher standing—sophomore by year in school, not by number of credits—and be in good standing with the university.

To learn more about the benefits of AIM and to apply, visit the Office of International Programs’ website.