Tag: Study Abroad

Shazeem Siddiqi

Ghana? Are You Sure?

My first semester of sophomore year was nearing to an end and I was in the process of figuring out how my junior year was going to look. As I looked over my academic plan with my dean I realized I had the opportunity to study abroad for a semester. I did some research on…

Posted In Undergraduate Blog

Meredith Dziuba

IES Abroad: Study Abroad Advice from IES Abroad Ambassador of the Month Gwendolyn Lee: How to Work Study Abroad into Your Academic Timeline

Meet Gwendolyn Lee, January 2017 IES Abroad Ambassador of the Month! Gwendolyn is a junior at Babson College, where she majors in Business Administration. She spent Spring 2016 on the IES Abroad Paris – Business & International Affairs Program and is excited to go abroad again to Spain this spring! Gwendolyn describes what drew her…

Posted In Living Entrepreneurship Blog

Meredith Dziuba

Study Abroad: You Are What You Eat

This blog post was written by Education Abroad Peer Advisor Julie Zhou ’17… When I ask people where they want to go abroad, they almost always answer with a specific country name. However, when I ask them why they chose the country, they are usually at a loss of words. There are many considerations that…

Posted In Living Entrepreneurship Blog

Peer Career Ambassadors

How to Use Your Study Abroad Experience in a Job Interview

This post was written by Peer Career Ambassador Anamaria Najera ’17 Getting your thoughts together after studying abroad can be a challenge. Mentally, you may still be back on the beaches of Barcelona, or making Swiss chocolate in Interlaken, Switzerland. Physically, you’re in Horn Library studying for midterms and applying for jobs. If you’ve landed…

Posted In Undergraduate Blog

Brianna Radicioni

Journeys To Success: The Millennial Edition, Featuring Babson College Student, Author, Social Entrepreneur

Babson College undergraduate student Danielle Rubenfeld ‘18 is the Founder and President of Bread Run Corp., a 501(c)(3) non-profit devoted to feeding the hungry and homeless in local communities. She is also the youngest co-author of the new book Journeys To Success: Millennial Edition. In the book, 21 millennial authors recount their personal experiences about…

Posted In News & Announcements Blog

Meredith Dziuba

Where is my wallet?

This post was written by Education Abroad Peer Advisor Stella Joo… I had a three-day long orientation as soon as I arrived in Florence, Italy on the last week of August. The orientation covered many topics regarding academics, budgeting, health and safety, etc. One of the issues that the faculty emphasized the most was theft, especially…

Posted In Living Entrepreneurship Blog

Meredith Dziuba

Education Abroad & Your Career

In the midst of the fall recruiting season, education abroad can feel like a barrier to scoring an interview with the company of your dreams. Instead of thinking of your time abroad as a hindrance to your career goals, remember that you are making an investment in your personal development. Operating outside of your comfort…

Posted In Living Entrepreneurship Blog