Education abroad can serve as an effective laboratory for developing flexible analytical, collaborative, and communication skills sought by employers. As education abroad professionals, have we made broad-based skill development a key outcome for education abroad? Should career development be an important priority for every student going abroad? What are effective ways to help study abroad students integrate thinking about educational and career development trajectories? This session will start a conversation about collaborations and initiatives that engage this increasingly relevant and educationally rich sector of our work.