By: Nicole Salerno, Program Advisor
Almost ten years later after I studied abroad in Chile, and then Peru, it’s hard to quantify what those experiences have meant to me. When you study abroad so much is going on- the semester flies by, and before you know it, you’re back home. But when I think of the person I was before studying abroad, it’s easy to see how much those experiences have impacted me years later, and how things I’ve done or places I’ve traveled to since would never have been possible if I hadn’t studied abroad in the first place.
Both my older siblings and parents spent time in other countries, so it had always been a goal to study abroad. I had never realized that its impact would go far beyond my spring semester of junior year. The initial ISA Intensive Month in Chile was such a positive, immersive experience because of the…
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