Hi, I’m Dr. Cate Brubaker. I help returnees turn the hardest part of the entire living abroad experience—going home—into a transformational one full of actionable insight, deep meaning, and greater ease. I’d love to help you, too! I used to live in Germany, have worked and traveled in 37 countries on 4 continents, and I never say no to a hot cup of tea or a scoop of gelato.
Align your skills and abilities with your professional goals by articulating your experiences abroad on your resume and in professional networking.
Identify important aspects of your next travel experience, think through potential challenges, and create your personalized action plan for your next travel experience.
All returnees! Re-entry Roadmap readers are expats, Peace Corps volunteers, JET program teachers, Fulbright scholars, Rotary scholars, international school teachers, high school and college study abroad students, service-learning students, gap year students, embassy workers, missionaries, military families, as well as solo, family, and long-term travelers!
Yes! Because it’s never the wrong time or too late to reap the rewards of processing your re-entry, making meaning of your time abroad, and articulating how your time abroad changed you.
You can purchase a hard copy of the Re-entry Roadmap workbook on Amazon.
Yes! We invite you to join the Re-entry Roadmap Facebook group so you can connect with fellow returnees, share stories from your life abroad, and even do some workbook activities together.