Posts Tagged: amerispan

Spanish for Educators Group

Here is your chance to join an already existing group of teachers and students from Edgewood College to Morelia, Mexico on their annual MAESTRO Spanish Program for Teachers.  In its fourth year, this program has shown great success and now the program director has offered to share this experience with teachers outside the Edgewood community…. Read more »

BRB: Going to Europe

Our Biggest Promotion … ever Why Go to Europe Now? • Save 12.5% on programs in Europe • US Dollar is strong versus the Euro • Airfare is still reasonably priced Where Are the Promotions? • Spain Spanish schools • Germany German Schools • Austria German schools  • France French schools • Switzerland French courses… Read more »

French Updates: Surfing & Diplomatic Relations

AmeriSpan is pleased to announce updates to our French Language & Fun and Professional Development programs. For those interested in learning to surf the waves on the incredible beaches of Biarritz, while learning French, check out our French & Surfing in Biarritz, France program. Biarritz is home to many top surfing competitions, such as the… Read more »

Spanish for Teachers & Educators: 3 Favorites

One popular type of AmeriSpan Teacher and Education courses are our Maestro Spanish for Educators programs offered in Mexico and Costa Rica. AmeriSpan Maestro programs are for teachers and educators in all fields to immerse themselves in the Spanish language and regional culture, while learning about local teaching customs. These programs aid all educators with… Read more »

Top 6 Ways to Stay in Touch During Study Abroad

Before you study abroad, take the time to figure out how you will keep in touch with friends and relatives back home, and in your host country as well. If your cell phone and cell phone carrier offer international service to your host country for reasonable rates, great! But if not, don’t despair. There are options out there!

Top 10 Inside Tips: India

 1. Buying & Bargaining. Shop owners insist that they are giving a variety of discounts to you and only you. i.e. the “Pretty Girl” discount,  “First Customer of the Day” discount, “Last Customer of the Day” discount, etc. You can easily spot “touters” after getting taken once or twice. Often times, the hotels and taxi/rickshaw… Read more »

Volunteer in Kenya Video

Watch a video of AmeriSpan’s volunteer program in Kenya. We offer volunteer opportunities in medical and community projects in Kenya, for both medically qualified and non-qualified volunteers. Click for more information about AmeriSpan’s Volunteer Programs in Kenya.

Study Abroad Spain: An International New Year’s Eve

By Kris B., Guest Blogger from Sevilla, Granada and Barcelona, Spain I have traveled to Spain before on business, but this time it was different. I was unemployed and on a budget, but the flip side was that I was the master of my own schedule and had the luxury of time. I decided to fly into… Read more »

Spain on My Mind

by Wanda Mann, Founder & Editor-in-Chief of The Black Dress Traveler  As a little girl growing up in New York City I would pretend that I could speak Spanish and spent countless hours prancing around the house like a flamenco dancer. Surely, my Southern born parents must have found my fixation on a language that… Read more »

Costa Rica Excursion: Arenal Volcano & Sarche Waterfalls

By Joey F., Guest Video Blogger: Heredia, Costa Rica Watch a video blog by our guest video blogger, Joey. Joey is studying Spanish in Heredia, Costa Rica. In today’s post, Joey takes us on an excursion to the Arenal Volcano, some hot springs, and waterfalls near Sarche. Want to be a guest blogger? Click here for… Read more »