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Center for International Affairs connects ‘third-culture kids’

Are you a Case Western Reserve University student who has spent much of your life living outside your passport country? Are you unsure what to say when someone asks where you’re from?

Consider connecting with other global nomads through a network for “third-culture kids” (or those raised in a culture other than their parents’ or the culture of the country named on their passport), created by the Center for International Affairs.

Those who are interested can email Elizabeth Miller in the Center for International Affairs at to get connected.