Study Abroad Interns

Study Abroad Interns are Geneseo students who have previously studied abroad. These students hold drop-in peer advising hours and offer their time to assist current Geneseo students in selecting the right program, working through the application process, and learning specifics about their respective programs. 

Make a peer advising appointment through EAB Navigate. Instructions can be found here.

Intern Profile: Jocelyn Haines

Fall 2022 Intern Hours

 

Major: Business Administration

Minor: Conflict Studies & Economics

Year: Junior

Hometown: Marietta, NY (near Syracuse)

Email: jjh26@geneseo.edu

Office Hours -

Monday: 8:30 - 11:30am

Tuesday: 2:00 - 4:00pm

Thursday: 2:00 - 4:00pm

Friday: 10:00 - 3:00pm

Study Abroad Program: FSD Uganda Internship Program

Campus Engagement:

In addition my work in the Study Abroad Office, I am the Co-Chair of the Food Security Advocates (FSA) and a Co-coordinator of The Pantry at Geneseo as well as the Head Office Manager of the GOLD program. I am also involved in several business organizations such as the Student Managed Investment Fund (SMIF), Women in Business club, and the Business Excellence Program (BEP). Furthermore, I am part of the Chinese Culture Club (CCCG) and the multicultural dance group OriGinal Xpressions (OGX). Finally, I am on the President's Sustainability Commission and am a member of three honor societies. 

Why are you excited to be an intern?

Having studied abroad myself and getting to experience the incredible doors it can open, I am excited to have this opportunity to help guide students as they navigate their experiences abroad.

Fun Facts:

I used to be a competitive Team USA ice dancer and am an only-child. 

 
Why did I decide to study abroad?

I had always wanted to travel abroad and fully experience a culture different from my own, so when the opportunity to combine my student ambassadorship with the FSD Uganda Fieldwork program, I knew that I had to go. There are so many aspects of culture that you cannot pick up just by reading about them, so getting out there and experiencing this cultural immersion first-hand was really important to me. 

What’s next on your travel bucket list?

After graduation, I plan to either pursue graduate school or work abroad and would love to explore more of the African and Asian continents in the meantime.