Chelsea Cavlovic is the study abroad program manager for the School of Nursing. She serves as the primary point of contact for students that want to participate in nursing-related global experiences, including international study abroad and domestic study away programs. She is responsible for the coordination, development and promotion of nursing global programs.
Chelsea received her BA in International Relations from West Virginia University, where she studied abroad in Warsaw, Poland. Chelsea returned to Warsaw to get her master’s degree in International Relations & Diplomacy. She also lived and worked in the Czech Republic and Croatia. Chelsea is committed to helping students fit global experiences into their goals as a student, as a professional and for personal development.
The importance of being “global ready” for Pitt students
The world is getting smaller and it is important that we are prepared for the diversity and interdependence that are part of our communities. Through self-reflection and experiences, we can develop an open and accepting attitude towards difference. This will empower Pitt students to be better employees, employers and leaders as well as stronger friends, advocates, and global citizens.