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350+

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30,000

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For 70 years, we’ve had a single mission

To help people gain the understanding, acquire knowledge, and develop skills for living in a globally interdependent and culturally diverse world by bringing the world together through the most meaningful exchange programs available. Today, we advance our legacy as the leading nonprofit
international education organization by facilitating 50,000 exchange experiences for people from 136 countries each year.

The Invisible Prisoners - CJ Hunt
By Nicola Lazenby at CIEE
“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.” -Unknown Opression is atrocious to all people. This is a point I trust and I...keep reading
  • A Weekend with William
    By Catherine Bettag at CIEE
    Thursday kicked off our overnight excursion to Stratford-upon-Avon, the hometown of William Shakespeare, and Warwick Castle. The kids enjoyed the train ride through the country side on our way there...keep reading
    More Adventures in the Sacred Valley
    By Alyson Nolte at CIEE
    Today, we visited two more spectacular sites in the Sacred Valley: Moray and Maras. Our first stop was Moray. This archaelogical park might look like something left behind by aliens,...keep reading
  • Visiting I.E. Bernardo Tambohuacso
    By Alyson Nolte at CIEE
    On Thursday, our students got a chance to spend the morning sitting in on classes at a local colegio, I.E. Bernardo Tambohuacso. Not only was this an excellent opportunity to...keep reading
  • Ending our Second week in Prague
    By Kenzie B.
    Rounding to the end of our 2nd week here in Prague we’ve had so many fun and new experiences to take back home. Wednesday we went to Czech Technical University...keep reading
  • Mpira wa Migu (Football)
    By Andrew Christian at CIEE
    During our three weeks here, we will be conducting soccer camps with two secondary schools and two primary schools. Generally speaking, soccer is a sport reserved for boys in most...keep reading