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The Auburn International Mentoring, or AIM, Program helps students explore their goals of living and working abroad while receiving advice from alumni who have done just that.

The AIM Program, sponsored by the Office of International Programs, pairs internationally minded students of at least sophomore standing with an Auburn alumnus living outside the U.S. The self-directed program allows mentees to set their own goals to get the most out of their mentoring relationship. Students may apply by submitting an application to Jenn Mason. Applications are due Sept. 22. Students whose applications are selected will be asked to interview in person before being assigned a mentor.

A question and answer session will be held Wednesday, Sept. 20, from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. in 242 Foy Hall. Free food will be provided, and you may drop by to ask your questions without staying for the entire session.

For more information about the program, visit the AIM website or contact Jenn Mason, director of international initiatives.