Growing up beside the immense power of the Pacific and the grandeur of Siuslaw National Forest instilled a need in me to preserve and protect that which many of us take for granted.
SIT Study Abroad’s program Argentina: Transnationalism and Comparative Development in South America gives students a unique opportunity to study social and economic development strategies in four countries: Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay.
As much as I’d tried to imagine life in Mongolia, the reality turned out to be far more complex and intriguing.
My time in Geneva sparked a thirst for living abroad, a passion for embodying a culture that is not my own.
As a native Vermonter, I always loved being outdoors and spent much of my childhood playing in the woods.
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