Posts Tagged: study abroad

La Ceiba Spanish School: Going With the Flow

“I’ve had fresh-squeezed orange juice before, but never from oranges that were just picked, and it was amazing.”

Volunteer in Guatemala: Social Work Organization

For those interested in basing themselves in Antigua for at least a few weeks, quality volunteer opportunities are extremely easy to come by.

AmeriSpan’s “Bucket List”: Petra in Jordan

Petra is an archeaological treasure: it is essentially an entire city carved into stone, complete with water conduits.

Costa Rica Spanish Schools: The Food

“The normal lunch for many Ticos, especially those working outside of the home, is a Casado, which is a platter available in the local form of a greasy spoon restaurant, called a Soda.”

High School Study Abroad Radio Interview, Part 2 – Video

AmeriSpan’s Teenager Summer Abroad programs are carefully organized with teens and parents in mind.

Study Abroad Special Offer: Black Friday Weekend

Save $150 on any AmeriSpan study abroad program when you register during Black Friday weekend.

Learn Spanish in Heredia: Trip to Montezuma and Isla Tortuga

“After watching the monkeys argue over food for awhile, I needed more time by the beach. I spread out my towel on the Playa Grande and ran into the waves. ”

Americans Choosing to Study Abroad in Record Numbers

The most popular study abroad locations are Britain, Italy, Spain, France, and China, with an increasingly global economy cited as the reason students are looking to give their resume the competitive edge of study abroad experience.

Junior Immersion Heredia: Talent Show – Video

Check out the video below to see a talent show put on for the school by some of her Spanish classmates!

Playa del Carmen Spanish School: Saying Goodbye

“I am 110% convinced that living in a culture that is not your own for at least a month is probably, in my opinion, one of the best things you can do to help yourself grow.”