Friday, November 6, 2015

Participate in Our Digital Scavenger Hunt for IEW 2015

By Brittney Bodden
World Education Services

It’s that time of year: International Education Week is just around the corner from Nov. 16-20, 2015, and what better way to begin than with a digital scavenger hunt!

With the use of cellphones and digital cameras at our exposure, technology has turned the concept of a simple scavenger hunt into a creative adventure. The goal is to find the unique items listed and capture them through photos. This scavenger hunt is open throughout International Education Week to any international student in the United States or overseas. Let the adventures begin!

How to Play:
  • Take photos of the items on the list (below)
  • Post them on our Facebook page at or on Twitter (tag us @WESAdvisor)
  • Or, you can email them to us directly:
  • Different items on the list have different point values
  • The person with the most points at the end of the week will receive a $50 Amazon gift card and a free résumé consultation and be featured on our social media channels!

  • You can participate in a group, but each individual person must submit their own photos
  • No blurry or unclear photos will be accepted
  • Any photos submitted after the deadline won’t be considered 

The List 

1 point

  • Selfie
  • Red or brown leaf (it’s autumn!)
  • International clothing
  • International candy
  • Local coffee shop
  • Sporting event
  • University building

5 points

  • International license plate
  • International meal
  • International currency
  • Traffic sign in a foreign language
  • Campus library
  • Classroom 
  • Friends with school spirit
  • Dorm room 
  • Campus map
  • Science lab

10 points

  • Landmark
  • International McDonald’s
  • Riding public transportation
  • Pose with a manikin (why not?!)
  • University gear
  • University career center
  • Pose with school mascot
  • University handbook
  • Photo with your favorite professor

20 points

  • Pose with university president
  • Pose with school librarian
  • Listening to a WES Student Advisor Webinar
  • A group picture with a WES Student Advisor Logo in it

Please encourage your friends to participate. Good luck!

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