The International Center at the Corner House comprises three offices:
- International Programs
- International Students and Scholars Office (ISSO)
- American Language and Culture Institute (ALCI)
The International Center at the Corner House provides services and programs to support Clark University’s international students, scholars, and employees as they seek to achieve their academic and professional goals. We collaborate closely with our colleagues in Clark’s schools, departments, and administrative offices to ensure that our students, scholars, and employees have extraordinary experiences as members of the Clark community. We invite you to read more about our team and to contact us if we can assist you in any way.
Kellyannmarie Keevan joined Clark University in the Human Resources Office in December 2012 as an Administrative Assistant. In May 2019, she transferred to the International Students and Scholars Office as the Administrative Services Coordinator. In this role, Kelly provides support to our international students and the ISSO staff by managing administrative needs such as fulfilling letter requests, reprinting I-20’s, and data administration in the ISSO Portal.
Kelly is a Third Culture Kid/Global Nomad, and she lived in Germany for most of her childhood. This experience fueled her interest in international education, and switching from HR to ISSO has given Kelly an opportunity to share her skills and passion with our international students. Kelly enjoys spending time with her family and friends and traveling across the United States. She also is a leader in her church and enjoys collaborating with and helping others. Kelly is creative and crafty so if you share these interests don’t be afraid to reach out. Kelly resides in Massachusetts with her husband of 20+ years and their cats.
As a member of the American Language and Culture Institute (ALCI), Sarah helps students navigate through the different aspects of studying abroad. Whether it is providing advice on studying in an American classroom or finding a fun way to overcome homesickness, Sarah strives to support international students any way she can!
Sarah grew up in Maine and obtained her BA in International & Global Studies from the University of Maine at Farmington. As an undergraduate student, Sarah completed travel courses in Peru, Germany, Austria as well as a year abroad in Le Mans, France. Upon completing her degree, Sarah taught English through the Fulbright Program in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. She then rounded out her international adventure by completing an MA degree in International Migration at the Brussel’s School of International Studies in Brussels, Belgium.
Upon returning to the United States, Sarah’s goal was to find a job where she could help students make the most of their time abroad and support them throughout their journey. She is thrilled to have the opportunity to work with the Clark community and looks forward to the next adventures ahead!