API Alumni Spotlight: Emmy Ciabattoni

 API’s alumni programs offer returned students a chance to engage with campus in exciting ways.  This blog series will highlight how alumni plan innovative events on campus and what they learn about themselves and their API experience along the way. Meet Emmy Ciabattoni, API Seville alumna, who is serving for a semester on her campus […]

API Alumni Spotlight: Jennica Betsch

API’s alumni programs offer returned students a chance to engage with campus in exciting ways.  This blog series will highlight how alumni plan innovative events on campus and what they learn about themselves and their API experience along the way. Meet Jennica Betsch, API Grenoble alumna who served for a semester on her campus at […]

Where Are They Now? API Alumni Profile of Emily Sweeney

We at API feel very fortunate to be able to touch so many lives through our international programs, but often we find ourselves wondering – where are they now? In this edition of the API alumni profile series, we’ll be speaking with former API Teach in Colombia participant and current Study Abroad Advisor, Emily Sweeney, […]

Where Are They Now? API Alumni Profile of Madi Alexander.

We at API feel very fortunate to be able to touch so many lives through our international programs, but often we find ourselves wondering – where are they now? In this edition of the API alumni profile series, we’ll be speaking with former API Doha and Salamanca student Madi Alexander, about her life after studying abroad. […]

Where Are They Now? API Alumni Profile of Makena Sage

We at API feel very fortunate to be able to touch so many lives through our international programs, but often we find ourselves wondering – where are they now? In this edition of the API alumni profile series, we’ll be speaking with former API Buenos Aires student and current marketing strategist, Makena Sage, about her life […]

The study abroad moments that stick with you

The study abroad moments that resonated most for me were the realizations that I can do it, I understand this language, I fit in with this culture. It was the moments when I compared “today” (whatever day it was) to Day One and realized how far I had come in my quest to know the world and think beyond […]

5 tips for choosing your study abroad housing

I chose to live in a homestay during my semester in Granada, Spain. During that time I discovered benefits and drawbacks to such a living situation and if I could have gone back for a second semester, I would have chosen to live in a residencia, if only to experience the two different ways of life. To students […]

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