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  • A Daily Routine in Argentina

    During Fall 2015, Sarah interned in Argentina with Child Family Health International (CFHI): Primary Care and Social Medicine where she quickly learned that her daily routine is far different from her usual routine in the United States.

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  • Some Things May Go Wrong

    Alyssa is currently studying abroad in Santander, Spain where she learns to make memories and build stronger relationships when things don't go quite as planned.

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  • Survival of the Fittest

    Ashley is interning with Jatun Sacha - Galapagos (Ecuador) where she challenges her own belief system when it comes to conservation.

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  • Sheffield at a Glance

    Britney is studying abroad for a year from Fall 2015 until Spring 2016 at the University of Sheffield in England. She lives and goes to classes in a church and often rides a paternoster.

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  • We’re Not In Oregon Anymore

    Tori traveled to Germany in the fall of 2015. She learns about credit and debit cards (or lack of) and other German customs. It's the little things that are different than back home.

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  • Colorful Chaos

    After studying abroad in Santander in 2014, Sara is now abroad in Mexico at the Universidad de las Americas.  Although she's already been abroad, this experience is much different.

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  • A Growing Confidence

    Grace is studying abroad in South Korea where she experiences the great entertainment, food, and more.  She also is able to improve her confidence in speaking Korean.

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  • It’s the Little Things

    I keep looking through my pictures and showing my favorites to my family. I'm happy to be home, and even more grateful to have a friend to talk to about our adventures in Ireland. But while I'm sure that this out of place feeling will eventually go away, I can't wait to go back to Ireland and I'm already making plans for my next adventures.

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  • さようなら Japan

    Last summer, Lance traveled to Japan to study abroad at Aoyama Gakuin University during the summer of 2015. Now that he's returned, he reminisces about the time that he's had.

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  • EducationUSA

    I expected my IE3 internship in Tallinn, Estonia to be a piece of cake. This assumption turned out to be false, as I found myself challenged and rewarded in completely new ways.

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  • Selvas y Playas

    Wes takes trips in Ecuador through the Amazon Jungle all the way to the beautiful beaches of Montañita.

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  • A Tested Spirit

    Greetings from Cape Town! Life has continued moving at a steady beat in the Mother City, however my internship abroad is approaching the home stretch. In a mere seventeen days, I’ll be back on U.S. soil and celebrating the return with loved ones.

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  • Language and Technology

    My time in Japan thus far has been a wonderful learning experience. I will admit I have missed home and I have definitely learned the value of certain things I did not value so much before.

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  • On Friction and Balance: Vietnam Taught Me Physics

    Growing up, I wanted to explore and experience everything possible. I dreamed about traveling and saved my roots for the exotic places I would visit someday rather than plant them in my familiar life. I never allowed static friction to ground me anywhere, so when I decided to intern abroad, it was easy to leave everything behind.

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  • Fondness With A Touch Of Bittersweet

    Tascha spent a term teaching English literacy to children in Cape Town. Back in the PNW, she not only misses the pizza but also the children and wonders if she made an impact on them.

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  • Exchanging Knowledge

    Follow Gracen as she realizes that working with people with dementia is a humbling experience at the Eric Liddell Centre in Scotland.

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  • A Test of Passions

    Read about Melissa Wong rediscovering her passion as she interns with the Esther Honey Foundation at the Rarotonga island in the Pacific. 

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  • For Here or To Go?

    Read about Sydney Crabaugh embracing the culture shock of "enjoying the moment" as she studies abroad through the Germany Language Intensive Program in Tübingen, Germany.

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  • Teaching in Nepal

    Read about Adrian Engstrom reflect on teaching and the outside cultural influences that impact Nepal, as he interns through the Trek to Teach program.

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  • Hello From Japan

    Read about  Michiko Danielle Yoshinaga's journey of connecting with her heritage as shes studies abroad at Waseda University in Japan. 

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  • Back on American Soil

    Read  Margaret Webster talk about what it's like coming home after interning in India through the Child Family Health International (CFHI) India: Healthcare Rotations. 

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  • The Weekend of Carnaval

    Read about Diana Eernissee’s piece on making friends and exploring the country of Ecuador as she studies abroad through the IE3 Global USFQ Ecuador program.

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  • Week Two in India

    Read Margaret Webster's reflective piece, who is currently interning in India through the Child Family Health International (CFHI) India: Healthcare Rotations,  as  she talks about the obstacles she sees, as well as the motivation she gets from interning in another country.

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  • Bolivia and Beyond

    Read about Gwen Catherwood's in-depth piece about her IE3 Global internship with the Child Family Health International (CFHI) in Bolivia.

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  • Mistaken Confidence

    Read Sienna Steven's very inspiring and insightful piece about her Jordan internship at Ruwwad Foundation for Sustainable Development through IE3 Global. 

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  • A Day in the Life

    Read about Molly Siewell's experience in Cape Town during her time as an intern in the Cape Town Human Rights program.

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  • Music in Ireland

    Read about Jamie Hollamon exploring music through the streets of Ireland while interning at the University College of Cork.

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  • Seeing in a New Light

    Read about Austin Wong's experience in Argentina during his time as an intern in the CFHI: Primary Care and Social Medicine program.

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  • A Home Away From Home

    The hospitality in India is something that I really admire about the culture and I already know that one of the things I will miss most when I return home is how welcoming everyone here is - it is unlike anything I have ever experienced. From day one we were invited into all aspects of people's lives - their school, their hospitals, and their homes.

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  • Facing Fears

    Fear is temporary, but regret is forever. That was the slogan for the Bloukrans bungee...

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