API International Internship Placements – Hospitality

API offers a wide variety of international internship placements in 9 countries, including Argentina, Australia, Chile, China, England, Ireland, New Zealand, Scotland, and Spain. Following are some recent examples of international hospitality internship placements that API participants have completed: One of the best urban hotels in Barcelona, the AC Hotel Sants is located near the Sants Train […]

API International Internship Placements – STEM

API offers a wide variety of international internship placements in 9 countries, including Argentina, Australia, Chile, China, England, Ireland, New Zealand, Scotland, and Spain. Following are some recent examples of international STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) internship placements that API participants have completed: Technochina Industries Shanghai Co. LTD. is the industrial and operational subsidiary of Technochina. It […]

New Academic Credit Option for API International Internships!

API is very excited to announce our new collaboration with Siena College to offer academic credit for the API Internship Program starting in January 2017. Available with our 8-Week Fixed Date Internship Program, students will have the option of enrolling in a specially-designed internship course, allowing them the opportunity to earn 6 credits as a […]

New API Study Abroad Program in Shanghai

API is thrilled to announce our newest study abroad program in Shanghai, China! Beginning with the fall 2016 term, API has partnered with East China Normal University (ECNU) to offer our students several great semester, short-term, and summer options for study in Shanghai. Founded in 1951, ECNU is one of China’s most respected universities. It […]

Re-Entry–It’s Never Easy

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” ~ H. Jackson Brown, Jr. Well, I have been back in […]

Reflections on Teaching–and Gratitude!

Teaching has been interesting to say the least. Sometimes it can be a bit frustrating, especially when each of my students has differing levels – students from pre-intermediate to advanced are mixed in the same class. Some students do not see the value in learning a second language, while others are often distracted in class. […]

Moving On

When I began my search for a job after graduate school, I began to apply for positions in international education; that was one of the reasons I looked into teaching abroad. I wanted to increase my experiences abroad and figured working abroad was a good way to achieve that goal. I looked into organizations that […]