BAFF Alumni are part of a unique and growing community of individuals who have crossed cultural and geographical boundaries to work with, and learn from, industry leaders and enhance their professional careers. Training in the U.S. is just the beginning – BAFF participants continue to utilize their newly minted skills, knowledge and experience long after they have returned home, fueling the impactful work they do in their own countries.
To foster connections between alumni, we encourage all former BAFF participants to check our Facebook page, Twitter account and LinkedIn group to stay up to date on Alumni events.
“More than a year ago I started my internship in the U.S., and I can easily say that it was my best experience in my life so far. This internship is not only about learning things for your future career, but also about learning a new culture, meeting great people and being among the greatest leaders in your field. I gained valuable leadership and communication skills, had great mentors, and made lifelong friends. It changed my perspective, and now have a broader understanding of myself and my goals.” -Justinas Krugelis
So, you’ve finished your program with BAFF – what’s next? For participants returning home to an existing job or degree program, the transition can be a relatively easy one. For those launching a new career search, however, the process can be more complex. Here are some useful resources to help get you started in your search:
BAFF participants’ experiences are as diverse as the places they’ve taken them. Hear more about our alumni’s time on the program and what kind of work they’re involved with now.
In honor of the 5th anniversary of BAFF, 22 alumni shared their inspiring stories. See how their lives were changed by traveling to the United States to intern, study, learn, and grow on the BAFF program.