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Flowchart: Can NCDE help me answer my question?
1. Are you a person with a disability?
- Yes, I am (advance to #2)
- I’m not, but I have a question related to people with disabilities (advance to #2)
- No, and my question is unrelated to disability (stop)
2. Is your question related to international exchange?
- Yes, I’m interested in “travel with a purpose” such as study or volunteer abroad, professional fellowships, and similar opportunities (advance to #3)
- No, I’m more interested in traveling for leisure or vacation (stop)
3. Is the international exchange between the U.S. and another country?
- Yes, it involves a U.S. citizen going to another country (advance to #4)
- Yes, it involves an international visitor coming to the U.S. (advance to #4)
- No, it’s about traveling from one non-U.S. country to another (stop)
4. Congratulations, you made it to the end!
Now get in touch! We’ll be happy to help you research your question or provide referrals.
Question: Where do U.S. citizens want to go? And where do international visitors to the U.S. come from?
- Sub-Saharan Africa
- East Asia and Pacific
- Europe and Eurasia
- Middle East and North Africa
- South and Central Asia
- Western Hemisphere
What kinds of international exchange do they want to do?
- Youth leadership
- High school exchange
- Study abroad
- Community service
- Academic research
- Professional development
- Foreign language learning
- Foreign language teaching
- Sports diplomacy
- Teaching and lecturing
- Arts and culture
- ESL program
- Deaf or disability-themed exchange program
How can I ask my question?
- Email clearinghouse [at] miusa.org
- Call +1 (541) 343-1284
- Web www.miusa.org/content/inforequest
- Twitter @MobilityINTL
- Facebook mobility.international