By Kaitlyn Webster, Marketing Associate Traveling alone to a foreign country is intimidating, and the thought of leaving the comfort of your home, school, family, and friends can be overwhelming even to the most adventurous students. While it’s true that … Continue reading 5 Study Abroad Fears & How to Conquer Them
ISA would like to congratulate the 2014 Summer Featured Bloggers and Video Correspondents! Be sure to follow our students’ adventures on the ISA Student Blog this summer! List of ISA Summer 2014 Featured Bloggers: Kayla Beers – Galway, Ireland – University of Pittsburgh at Bradford Katelyn Chisholm – Florianópolis, Brazil – University of Arizona Caroline Clarke – Paris, France – Furman University Grant Currin – Heredia, Costa Rica – University of Tennessee- Knoxville Casey Gale – London, England – Rider University Sydney Grace – Florence, Italy – University of Cincinnati Amanda Greco – Prague, Czech Republic – Saginaw Valley … Continue reading ISA Announces the Summer 2014 Featured Bloggers and Video Correspondents
International Studies Abroad is looking for 3-5 stellar storytellers to blog about their time abroad with ISA this summer. If sharing your study abroad experience through blog posts, photos and other media while receiving professional training and feedback appeals to you, consider applying to be an ISA Featured Summer Blogger! We’re particularly interested in hearing from students that currently blog or are interested in building their writing portfolios prior to graduation. Stories from Featured Summer Bloggers will be published on the ISA Study Abroad Student Blog and through other social media channels throughout the summer. Read the details below and … Continue reading Summer Students: Apply to Be an ISA Blogger!