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Results are Tagged with "National Security Language Initiative for Youth"

American Abroad Student of the Month - October 2016

Although apprehensive at first about jumping into Chinese-only classes, Mackenzie embraced her experience and has taken advantage of resources such as her tutors and classmates.

American Abroad Student of the Month - January 2016

Melita quickly integrated into her host community by reaching out to her Chinese classmates and made great strides in her language learning progress, even giving interviews about her experience in Chinese to local media.

American Abroad Student of the Month - October 2015

Tiarra from Connecticut's cheerful demeanor, dedication to learning Korean, and volunteering to teach English at a local community center makes her an ideal classmate, tutor, and friend.

LGBTI Study Abroad and Exchange Alumni Voices

LGBTI Exchange Alumni Justin Hill, Molly Dwyer, and Tristan Bennett (L to R) discussed their exchange experiences.

Hear first hand from our LGBTI-identified exchange alumni about their experiences studying abroad in Russia, Turkey, and Barbados. #ExchangesAre for everyone.

LGBTI Study Abroad and Exchange Alumni Voices

LGBTI Exchange Alumni Justin Hill, Molly Dwyer, and Tristan Bennett (L to R) discussed their exchange experiences.

Hear first hand from our LGBTI-identified exchange alumni about their experiences studying abroad in Russia, Turkey, and Barbados. #ExchangesAre for everyone.

American Abroad Student of the Month - March 2015

Brendan Ryan, a National Security Language Initiative for Youth (NSLI-Y) participant studying Chinese in Taiwan, has quickly become an active and enthusiastic member of his new community in Kaohsiung, Taiwan.

American Abroad Student of the Month – November 2014

National Security Language Initiative for Youth participant Sam Christensen volunteers teaching English at the local primary school in Changzhou, China while improving his Mandarin language skills.

Language Scholarships for High School Students NSLI-Y: 7-Weeks in Turkey

Emily Moran, a 16 year-old from Washington, D.C. studied abroad for 7 weeks in Turkey with the National Security Language Initiative for Youth (NSLI-Y) program.

Emily Morin, a 16 year-old from Washington, D.C. studied abroad for 7 weeks in Turkey with the National Security Language Initiative for Youth (NSLI-Y) program.

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