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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.

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A Low-Income Student's Guide to Study Abroad
By Shyamala G.

Alright so this blog is going to be geared more towards my low-income siblings near and far who, just like their peers, want to take advantage of the Study Abroad...keep reading

Working at the Jardin
By Emma Butler at CIEE
On Thursday, students took advantage of the beautiful weather by working at Vert le Jardin, a community garden in Rennes. Students worked in teams to complete various tasks. Students weeded...keep reading
  • Final Day: Art Exhibition
    By Brooke Kearney at CIEE
    The past three weeks have flown by, but today was our last full day in Madrid. We started the morning by sharing our final projects. We had the creativity and...keep reading
  • Chef for a day!
    By Jessica Kehoe at CIEE
    For the past week, all of the neighborhood groups have been roating through different activities to help them learn more about Spanish culture. One of these activities was a Spanish...keep reading
  • Homemade Empanadas
    By Danielle Mason at CIEE
    Ingredients: Dough Corn flour Salt Minced garlic Water Filling Shredded cheese Refried blackbeans *Canola oil for frying Instructions: 1. Mix dough until smooth 2. Form into 5 balls and then...keep reading
  • Rosewood
    By Danielle Mason at CIEE
    Today we visited the Rosewood gardens and woodworking shop. We strolled through the gardens, using all of our senses to discover the different plants that grow there. Some students even...keep reading
    *NEW BLOGGER ALERT*
    By Guadalupe H.
    Hola/Hello! For every person reading this, thank you for taking the time to learn a little about me. I am hoping to keep you updated on various adventures and experiences...keep reading
  • Camel Ridin' & Mountain Hikin'
    By Jalyn McNeal at CIEE
    Saturday was the second day in Marrakech for students. In the morning, students departed for a mini-excursion to Ourika Valley, located in the Moroccan High Atlas along the Ourika River...keep reading
  • Powerful stories--Guest blog by Shyanne
    By Le Tran at CIEE
    Today, we got the honor to have attended a personal walking tour with Terry Fagan, a strong individual who bravely shared his and others stories of the early 1900s Monto...keep reading
    Featured Blogger: Freyda Liswardi
    By Julianne O'Connell at CIEE
    Today's featured blogger is Freyda Liswardi. Freyda shares her experience talking with locals over the past two weeks. _____________ On the way to Glendalough, our tour guide (more on him...keep reading