skip to Main Content
Network-Socialize-Make-Friends

Our Community of future leaders where people learn from – and with – each other.

The community is diverse as it includes various educational and professional backgrounds, personal experiences, ethnicity, gender, nationality, goals, culture, sexual orientation united by a shared purpose.

American, Canadian, British, French, Danish, Swedish, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Dutch, Chinese, Singaporean, Japanese, Australian, Brazilian, Mexican, Indonesian, Thai, Vietnamese, Lebanese, Nigerian, Russian, Indian, Korean and more.

All had in mind to step out of their comfort zone and take on their next step by traveling abroad to experience something new, something different. Through their participation in our program, they have build lifelong bonds and have unlocked their lives for the best; opening up infinite opportunities for them to realize their dreams.

Now What ?

Our Alumni Community is spread over 50+ Countries and was featured in Harvard Graduate Monika Lutz’s book Now What.

Now What? What if I want to take my own path? What if I intern now and be certain of my major when I arrive at orientation day? What if instead of living in indecision, I could be living Abroad?

– Monika Lutz

Jens Christian Nielsen De Berard-Student Experience

Jens Christian Nielsen De Berard

Business & Finance Industry | 16 weeks | Shanghai Jan. 16, 2015

Thank you for the opportunities!

-Kingston University

Lois Nicole Pagalilauan-Student Experience

Lois Nicole Pagalilauan

Marketing Industry | 12 weeks | Hong Kong Oct 30, 2014

Program was good! I learned a lot from work and I'm glad I took this because it helped me grow more as an individual. I've met so many awesome people!

-Enderun Colleges

Jeremy Leroy-Student Experience

Jeremy Leroy

Architecture & Planning Industry | 16 weeks | Shanghai May 9, 2015

The time I've spend in Shanghai was great. Excellent internship, had good moments in the city and overall I've made some good friends.

-University Pierre and Marie CURIE - Sciences and Medicine

Latifah Al-Hazza-Student Experience

Latifah Al-Hazza

Journalism Industry | 8 weeks | Hong Kong May 21, 2015

This was an experience of a lifetime. I wish I could experience this all over again.

-University of Southern California (USC) Annenberg School of Communications

Ryan Nicole Hughley-Student Experience

Ryan Nicole Hughley

Public Relations Industry | 8 weeks | Hong Kong May 21, 2015

Without a doubt this experience which challenge you in ways you never thought it would. But when its all said and done you're left with a once in a lifetime experience, fantastic new friends, and a new appreciation for culture.

-University of Southern California (USC) Annenberg School of Communications

Anjuli Ayesa Roces-Student Experience

Anjuli Ayesa Roces

Public Relations Industry | 8 weeks | Hong Kong May 21, 2015

My overall internship experience definitely exceeded my expectations. From the company I worked for to the adventures I had outside the office, Hong Kong is the place for balancing work with play. I definitely recommend this to anyone getting experience abroad.

-University of Southern California (USC) Annenberg School of Communications

Hilda Lin-Student Experience

Hilda Lin

Public Relations Industry | 8 weeks | Hong Kong May 21, 2015

Staff from NSC are patient and willing to help. You can talk to them whenever you have questions/face problems.

-University of Southern California (USC) Annenberg School of Communications

Annelise Bamberg-Student Experience

Annelise Bamberg

Public Relations Industry | 8 weeks | Hong Kong May 21, 2015

Next Step Connections staff were always happy to help and facilitated my adjustment into Hong Kong life. The experience was incredibly valuable and one I will cherish for the rest of my life!

-University of Southern California (USC) Annenberg School of Communications

Nadia Rehman-Student Experience

Nadia Rehman

Journalism Industry | 8 weeks | Shanghai May 27, 2015

Very helpful in finding me an internship of choice, great with helping out with answering questions about the city, and solving problems I had. The NSC dinners were a good way to meet other interns as well.

-University of Southern California (USC) Annenberg School of Communications

Michelle Lee-Student Experience

Michelle Lee

Hospitality, Tourism & Travel Industry | 12 weeks | Hong Kong May 30, 2015

Next Step Connections really helped me to feel comfortable when arriving in a foreign country. As soon as I stepped out of the plane, I knew that everything would be taken care of by the team members and I felt very safe. During my three months in Hong Kong, if I ever felt uncomfortable the team members were very willing to aid me in any way possible. NSC also helped me to figure out what direction I want to take my studies in college and career afterwards by placing my internship in a company that I will remember.

-Skidmore College

Jessica Nipp
Zachary Herzog
Yvonne Yap
Alex Montoya
Yuhui Ma1
Xingdi TIAN
Sunwoo Lee
SangYeop Lee
Samar Milan
Rosie Taylor
Rodrigo Quercia
Olli Liukkaala
NSC TEAM SAENGCHAI
Erika Morton
Momo Tehran
Miiko Taylor
Alondra Rohr
Michael Ng
McCullouth
Ryan Henderson
Jason Lee
James Parkhill
James Dicus
Eduarda Zucco
Desiree Arriola
Brandon Schneider
Ana Rita Galhano Marques
Alexis Picourt

Check Unbiased Next Step Connections Program Reviews

Next-Step-Connections-Program-Reviews-GoAbroad.com_1
Next-Step-Connections-Program-Reviews-GoOverseas.com_

News and Experiences

Back To Top