There were some great articles written by ISA staff and posted on ISA Today in 2017.
As the year comes to a close, here’s a look back at 10 of the most popular posts.
Much of the world knows virtually nothing about the city of Lille, France, including how to pronounce its name (hint: rhymes with deal!). Well, we think it’s time that changed.
In 2013, I participated in a semester-long ISA program in San Pedro San Jose, Costa Rica. That study abroad experience has without a doubt changed my life.
ISA’s Alumni Relations (AR) department was created in 2009 with the multi-tiered goals of easing alumni re-entry, providing experiential, real-world opportunities for professional development (through our ISA Global Ambassador (GA) Program), strengthening our relationships with Study Abroad offices, and marketing our programs through engaging, peer-to-peer interactions.
One of ISA’s most veteran staff members, Michelle McRaney de Winder pioneered ISA programs in Peru. In 1998 she started working in our U.S. office and traveled the world leading programs.
After sorting through dozens and dozens of photos, winners have been selected for the Spring 2017 ISA Alumni Photo Contest.
Every ISA semester abroad program in Australia begins with a jam-packed, exciting 4-day/3-night orientation, known as the Bridging Cultures Program.
I currently work at ISA as a Latin America Program Manager, but my time with ISA first started as a student. As an undergrad, I decided to enhance my Spanish and Global Studies degree by spending a semester in Peru.
In 2015, ISA launched ISA Pay It Forward, a grant fund that goes toward sustainable projects in under-resourced communities around the world. All ISA students have the opportunity to ‘pay it forward’ by contributing a $5 donation when applying for an ISA program online.
One of the most interesting things about living in Lima is that it’s next to the ocean. You don’t find many cities with over 9 million people sitting next to the sea!
Many times, when students prepare to study abroad, they spend most of their time dreaming of all of the wonderful new things they will see, do, and experience.