Posts tagged with “OCS Events” (All posts)
OCS and Your Career Workshop2 March 2021
Check out our OCS and Your Career presentation!
Review of the OCS World’s Fair15 February 2021
The OCS World’s Fair looked a lot different this year! Check out how OCS adapted to COVID restrictions to create an in person and virtual fair.
Submit to the OCS Photo Contest!15 February 2021
The 35th Annual OCS Photo Contest is live, and looks a little bit different this year! Find out more about the new category we created for this unusual year and the cool prizes you could win!
2021–2022 OCS Programs Announced28 May 2020
The new 2021-2022 OCS Programs have been announced! Come to our virtual advising session if you have any questions. More details on the website will come soon!
2021-22 Off-Campus Studies Programs!27 May 2020
Check out the Off-Campus Studies programs that will be available during the 2021-22 school year!
2019-20 Off-Campus Studies Photo Contest22 May 2020
The 2019-20 Off-Campus Studies Photo Contest was a success with over 200 submissions of breathtaking photography from around the world. From the sandy beaches of New Zealand to the alleyways of Paris and beyond, the Photo Contest allowed Carls to share a glimpse of their OCS experiences with the Carleton community. Here are the winners for the 2019-20 OCS Photo Contest. Thank you to everyone who participated!
COVID-19’s Effect on a Semester Off-Campus22 May 2020
Elizabeth Yim and Alvin Bierley, both juniors at Carleton, embarked for Singapore at the beginning of 2020 to enroll in the National University of Singapore as exchange students. What should have been a semester abroad in an exciting new country was cut short due to the unprecedented circumstances of the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, which they have reflected upon in this interview with Isabel Hackett, one of our OCS Student Workers.
Ecology and Anthropology in Tanzania20 May 2020
One of the five areas of emphasis for each of the Carleton Global Engagement Programs is the design and implementation of meaningful field research projects. Ecology and Anthropology in Tanzania (EATZ), the most recent addition to the Global Engagement Programs, presents an opportunity for Carleton to create student field research projects in Tanzania that are team-based and community-focused.
The Brotherhoods of Spain20 May 2020
For Owen Szafran ’21, this has been an exciting, if atypical, year. The coronavirus pandemic hit fast and hard, but Owen was lucky enough to first enjoy an educational and exciting term in Seville, Spain through a Spanish Studies Abroad program where he had the opportunity to conduct his own research project on one of the city’s most unique features: the Catholic brotherhoods, an enduring aspect of Catholicism’s influence on Spain. With direction from Silvia Lopez, Owen was inspired to examine the contributions of “The Hope of Triana” brotherhood to Holy Week.
A Final Look at the OCS 50th Anniversary20 May 2020
The 2019-20 school year marks the 50th anniversary of the Off-Campus Studies Office. As the school year comes to a close, we’re taking a final look at the influence the OCS office has had in the lives of the Carleton community. Since its opening, the OCS office has been an invaluable resource for students to gain life experiences and broaden their horizons through travel to every corner of the world. In the past fifty years, 62% of all Carls have successfully participated in an OCS program and brought back new perspectives that enrich our community as a whole.