International Student Fellowships Highlighted on Behind the Scenes With Host James Earl Jones for Public Television

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A new piece will look into programs that are allowing students to grow.

Behind the Scenes is a series hosted by James Earl Jones, and it was created to bring short documentary segments to viewers who would like to understand more about the world around them. While many of the segments are based on what's happening in America, the series focuses on the larger picture of the wider world as well. Now viewers can learn more about international student fellowships from Behind the Scenes.

To be a student in another country is to experience a unique situation that holds a great deal of potential. Through international student fellowships, young people have the chance to get new perspectives and opportunities than they would in the their own country. It gives them a richer understanding of the cultures in their world, and ultimately a greater empathy for people from all walks of life. You can learn more about the people who choose to take this course, and how their lives were shaped by what they have done while in the country. Whether it's Americans spending a year in Europe or a Chinese student coming to the US, there's a lot to learn both in a specific field of study and beyond. This new episode will feature students and educators who have participated in this system.

Behind the Scenes is aired on Public Television stations, however it is developed independently of content providers such as APT and PBS. Segments shown are at station discretion, and their views and opinions are not necessarily those of the filmmakers.

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