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Learning a Language and Making Personal Connections

CLS Participant Makes Personal Connections While Learning a Language

Experiencing Everyday Life in a Host Family

CLS Participant Learns About Life and Culture From Host Family

Discovering the Many Layers of American Diversity

Ask Norina Poetter how her exchange experience in America is going and stand by to be "wowed," as her journey unfolds in a whirlwind of enthusiasm and humor that is simply Norina.

Connecting Through Science

Randy French teaches middle school science in western New York State and recently travelled to Ghana with the Teachers for Global Classrooms program; where he spent a week at the Accra Girls school.

Commemorating World AIDS Day through Urban Art

Maxx Moses, a gifted graffiti muralist from New York, worked on a special project for World AIDS Day that used urban art to raise awareness about HIV prevention and testing.

Dancing in the DRC

Carmen Nicole Smith travels with the State Department’s Dancing to Respect and embarks on a mission to empower the women of the DRC.

Bridging the Gap Between Our Separate Worlds

I have grown more than I could have ever imagined, and have learned things that couldn't have been taught in a classroom.

Bridging East and West in the Classroom

Inspiring ideas from an east-west classroom experience.

A Unique Opportunity for English Language Educators

Daniel Lopez, a Senior English Language Fellow at the Benjamin Franklin Library in Mexico City, believes his fellowship experience has provided him an invaluable opportunity for professional development.

Anita Learns About Another Culture, and Herself

My experience helped me to approach difficult situations with perspective and objectivity.

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