My name is Zoe Zakin and I participated in SIT’s development program in Argentina in fall 2014. I’d like to share my experience with SIT, doing original research, and how I was lucky enough to continue this research when I returned to school.
By Stephanie Genkin When Alexis Dalmat Cohen was accepted to the International Honors Program she thought it would help her launch a career working overseas for the State Department or USAID. Instead, it convinced her to use what she learned in the U.S. Today she is the President and Executive Director of Culture Connect, a […]
I arrived in Mongolia wearing sandals.
By Judson Peck (Bates College), a 2009 alumnus of SIT Study Abroad Nepal: Development and Social Change and a recent recipient of the Alice Rowan Swanson Fellowship. The Fellowship awards funds twice annually to SIT Study Abroad alumni to return to their program country and pursue further development projects benefiting human rights in that region. […]
Beth Holmes is studying for her MBA at the Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge after six years working as a microfinance consultant focused on Africa. As an undergraduate student at Colby College, Beth participated in two SIT Study Abroad programs: in Bolivia and Morocco. She recently teamed up with four classmates at […]
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