We strive to provide quality and effective safety procedures and polices on all of our programs in order to see each of our interns have an exceptional experience abroad.
CRCC Asia is dedicated to the health and safety of all our program participants.
We aim to best prepare and serve our students prior to departure, while they are abroad, as well as upon returning to their home country.
Ensuring the safety of our participants is done through a variety of ways including our well-trained staff on the ground in each of our program locations and our regional office staff. Students receive a Pre-Departure Packet with additional resources for health and safety as well as an on-site cultural and safety orientation.
CRCC Asia has thorough emergency procedures and site assessments in order to ensure high standards of safety. Both our regional offices and local staff monitor world news through sources like US Department of State Travel Advisories, World Health Organization, and the UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office.
Our local staff have established strong relationships with local government and police officials providing our program with accurate and up-to-date information.
For more information about Health and Safety with CRCC Asia please visit the links below:
CRCC Asia provides comprehensive information about how to adjust to living abroad. Through research and preparation you’ll be well placed to embrace the country’s rich history and culture.
Health and Safety is a top priority for CRCC Asia. We have selected some of the most commonly asked questions we have received from interns, parents and university partners.
Acceptance of our Terms and Conditions is mandatory in order to participate in our Internship Programs. The document enables CRCC Asia to collect important medical/emergency information.
It is essential for all program participants to purchase travel insurance for the entire duration of their program with CRCC Asia. We provide details of recommended travel insurance providers.
- Health & Safety Topics According to US CDC
- Travel Warnings & Alerts
- Traveler’s Checklist
- Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP)
- Traveling with Disabilities
- LGBT Travel Information
- U.S. Department of State Country Specific Information Sheets
A parent of one of our previous program participants have recommended the following travel security document as a helpful resource for your child to review before they depart: http://yourlocalsecurity.com/travel-security-guide