Executive Management
Kris Holloway
President

Travel Tip: Don’t be afraid to make language mistakes. Some of my best laughs ever are from either making a language faux pas myself, or hearing others make them. Some things are universally funny and when laughed over together, can result in a humor bond that can last a lifetime.

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Jeff Palm
Founder and Senior Vice President of Business Development

Travel Tip: I first learn about a new culture through food. I try to understand what truly “local” dishes are and then find a “typical” place (non-tourist) at which to eat them. This has led to some of my most memorable experiences abroad.

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Joe Debiec
Vice President of Program Operations

Travel Tip: Find water and jump right in. Literally. There is something about being in the water that helps me get my mind to slowdown, settle in and get ready for adventure. So remember to take it slow, you will see more and feel more , which will deepen your experience.

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Candace Matta
Vice President of University Relations

Travel Tip: Learn to be a traveler, not a tourist. Yes, there will always be the “touristy” things to see and do, but try to notice how the local people act, dress and behave.

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Jessica Jones
Assistant Vice President of Custom Programs

Travel Tip: Expect the unexpected. Expect your plans to change. Stay flexible and laugh. Always laugh. Even when you cry, find the laughter.

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Brian Waldron
Assistant Vice President of Enrollment Management

Travel Tip: Get lost in your new city/location. It’s the best way to see somewhere new and will result in many exciting adventures.

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Program Management
Alexandra Woolner
Manager of Programs - Asia, Pacific, and Africa

Travel Tip: Expect the unexpected! Sometimes culture shock is stronger in countries where you expect things to be more similar to your home country and environment. Traveling abroad is an excellent way to learn more about your own culture, habits, style, and adaptability.

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Joan Perreault
Manager of Programs - Europe and Latin America

Travel Tip: Drink coffee the local way. Dine with a host family. Eat some recommended street food. Drink fresh juice from local fruits. Find that hole-in-the-wall restaurant that will probably serve the best meal of your time abroad (and it will likely cost less too!). Food and drink can be an excellent inroad to getting to know another culture.

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Jackie Langdon
Senior Program Coordinator - Spain, Latin America, January Mediterranean Culture

Travel Tip: Never forget to give yourself credit for making the decision to study abroad. Immersing yourself in another culture is challenging, but the memories and sense of personal growth you return with make study abroad all the more rewarding.

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Maggie McCally
Senior Program Coordinator - England, Ireland, Scotland, Greece, Celtic Culture

Travel Tip: Forgive yourself for not always knowing exactly what to do in a new place; if you’re humble, people will be happy to nudge you in the right direction. And always have a deck of cards in your backpack!

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Molly Bond
Senior Program Coordinator - Italy, Mediterranean Culture (Summer)

Travel Tip: The first chance I have in a new place, I like to either rent a bicycle or go running to get a better feel for my surroundings. Not only does this feel refreshing after time spent on the road or in the air, but it also gives you a great orientation to your destination.

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Emma Van Loon
Program Coordinator - Australia and New Zealand

Travel Tip: When I begin planning a trip I love to leave two or three days free. There are always fun activities you’ll learn about while in country so you don’t want to miss out on them due to over scheduling!

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Julia Sementilli
Program Coordinator for Asia, Africa, and the Pacific

Travel Tip: Be open to meeting new people! Some of my favorite memories while traveling include meeting people in hostels, or by getting involved at my school abroad. You never know who will be a lifelong friend! Try all of the local foods, even if you don’t think you will like it. Write everything down in a journal- you will appreciate those stories later!

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Zachary Bookman
Program Coordinator for Europe

Travel Tip: Try that strange-looking food. Learn to navigate the city with public transportation. Interact with the locals. Pushing through what can sometimes be uncomfortable situations can be the best way to experience a culture and eventually feel at home in it.

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University Relations
Kerry Smith
Director of University Relations

Travel Tip: When possible, explore off the beaten path. Meet the locals, enjoy the food, take a walk and just get to know the destination. Start your connection to the new area as soon as possible.

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Emily Negard
Director of Partner Communications

Travel Tip: I always carry my travel journal along with colored pencils and a glue stick. When I have down time at the airport, train station, or a cafe, I’ll draw pictures, write notes, glue ticket stubs, postcards, receipts, and anything that will remind future me of the amazing trip I’m on!

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Kylie Blount
University Relations Regional Director - West

Travel Tip: Trip planning can be overwhelming and an over scheduled trip can be exhausting. Plan two activities you know you don’t want to miss and then leave room for the unexpected. You never know what might come along and a flexible schedule will allow you to take advantage of it.

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Zachary Macinnes
University Relations Regional Director - Northeast

Travel Tip: Wake up early! Rise at sunrise to have the best attractions all to yourself while avoiding crowds. It’s also a magical time for photos due to soft diffused light, and usually easier to interact with locals.

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Kent Moore
University Relations Regional Director - Southeast

Travel Tip: Taking photos is fun but try a week or just a day without using your camera. You might find that you have more unforgettable memories and fewer all-too-forgettable pictures. Great photos of the Taj Mahal are everywhere, but you only get one memory of seeing it for the first time.

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Veelie Alba
University Relations Regional Director - Midwest

Travel Tip: If traveling with others, try to carve out some time to do something by yourself. Relish in that moment. You might be surprised to discover or experience something new that you will appreciate either about yourself or this new place. Watch the sunrise, visit a bookstore, take a drop-in class…

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Joey Dunaway
University Relations Manager - South

Travel Tip: Bring a reusable water bottle! It will help you stay hydrated and keep your energy up whether you’re exploring a new city or relaxing on the beach. And best of all – it will help you save money to spend on experiences and be kind to the earth!

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Keara DeKay
University Relations Manager - Mid Atlantic

Travel Tip: My favorite thing to do when I’m in a new city is to get lost! Honestly, it’s the best way to find your way around and get yourself oriented, and you never know what kinds of neat things you’ll come across!

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Adam Freed
University Relations Manager - Ohio Valley

Travel Tip: Don’t be too focused on seeing all the things that people tell you that you HAVE to see. Let your curiosity guide your experience. Folks miss the best parts of being abroad by only seeing the world through their camera lens. Live your experience. Breathe it, taste it, touch it.

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Arden Kazan
University Relations Manager - Northern New England

Travel Tip: When you go to a new city do a quick search of “hidden (city name)” to find all of the best secret locations and hidden gems!

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Colin Moravec
University Relations Manager - Rocky Mountains

Travel Tip: Take public transportation – not only as a means to get to your destination, but as a way to experience life as a local.

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Sydney Jones
University Relations Coordinator - Southwest

Travel Tip: Don’t be afraid to travel alone! It seems scary at first but it is easy to meet other like-minded travelers and you end up learning even more about yourself than you would traveling with friends. Also sometimes your best friends end up not being the best travel buddies. If you do decide to travel alone make sure you research where you are going and consider safety!

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Jessica Lisenba
Alumni and Events Coordinator

Travel Tip: Find a good trail outdoors and don’t be afraid to try the local foods!

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Brittany Beene
Campus Engagement Coordinator

Travel Tip: When visiting a new country, it is important to be creative when solving problems that may arise. It’s perfectly okay for things to not go as planned and it makes for a more interesting story back home.

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Haley Francis
Campus Engagement Coordinator

Travel Tip: Take time at the end of the day to write down details that have stuck out to you and inspired you. Your future self will LOVE you for it. Do lots of exploring with friends, but don’t forget to take some time to explore your city on your own. It feels so special when you find “secret” spots that are all your own!

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Overseas Staff
Romina Marchionne
Country Director of Italy

Travel Tip: If while traveling there’s no internet, embrace it. Play a card game with someone in the hostel common room, read a book, lie on the beach, go for a walk, talk to a stranger, think about life. Some of my favourite travel memories are from times when I didn’t have an Internet connection.

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Jackie Chapman
Country Director of Australia; Site Director in Gold Coast, Australia

Travel Tip: Get outside, take your time to walk around the streets of your new city or neighbourhood – get a feel for the people and what makes it unique. I love getting up early and exploring a new destination as it ‘wakes up’- it is an amazing time of the day to see a city or town slowly come to life.

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Maria Lorenzo
Site Director of Sydney, Australia

Travel Tip: Forget the phone! At least for a minute! Enjoy, take mental pictures and be present! Focus on the now and enjoy where you are. You will not regret taking time to appreciate all of this and you will have mental pictures that will carry a special meaning forever.

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Gemma Shaw
Site Director in Newcastle, Australia

Travel Tip: Search for local instagram and facebook pages on food and events around the place you are travelling to. You may find some local hidden gems or some cool experiences you would not have found otherwise. It also helps you get a feel for the place and its people.

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Tracy MacKeracher
Site Director in Townsville, Australia

Travel Tip: Try to get ‘off the beaten path’ – sometimes the road less travelled is the one that leads to the most memorable experiences.

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Jemimah Murugi
Site Director in Melbourne, Australia

Travel Tip: Be exactly where you are, enjoy each moment as it comes without comparing it to any other place because every destination brings along its own uniqueness and authenticity. Embrace that even though it may be strange at the start. Traveling helps you find yourself and pieces of yourself you didn’t know you were missing.

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Anna Bermani
Student Affairs and Internship Coordinator in London

Travel Tip: Save money on your Oyster Card and walk everywhere. There are so many different neighbourhoods that await to be explored and hidden treasures to be discovered. Get lost in the city and take time to enjoy the experience!

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Alessandro Bruno
Site Director in Florence

Travel Tip: Never forget to pack an open mind, a lot of patience, a couple of snacks from home to cure homesickness and last but not least…serenity. Once in town, LOOK UP when walking around. Take a different route to class everyday. Live, love and accept your destination!

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David Jackson
Site Director in Thailand

Travel Tip: Looking for a cool and exciting way to explore Bangkok? The whole city used to be based around canals, so jumping on a boat gives you a way to get out of the traffic and experience the real Bangkok.

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Diana Balarezo
Site Director in Ecuador

Travel Tip: Ecuador is one of the most biodiverse countries in the world and home to 14 different indigenous nationalities. Be prepared to experience new landscapes, aromas, tastes, sounds and people. Respect the places and the people you will be with and never stop learning!

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Drasko Djurovic
Site Director in Paris

Travel Tip: Travel is not only, as Mark Twain said, fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness. It is also the best possible recipe for happiness, so explore, dream and discover.

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Christelle Le Gars
Site Director in Aix-en-Provence

Travel Tip: If speaking French is a bit of a challenge, remember that a Bonjour or a Merci beaucoup from a smiling person always works out here in Aix! The light is just amazing in Provence: bring your camera, sketchbook or others to create great visuals from the South East of France. Marseille Provence Airport is next door – make the most of your stay by travelling during the weekend in Europe!

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John Hayes
Site Director in Ireland

Travel Tip: Spend as much time outside of Dublin as in. If heading to the west coast visit Sligo and Donegal. They’re stunning. In the South check out Tipperary and the Viking-founded town of Wexford. Travel tip: Pack your bags then take out half the contents.

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Leah Takata
Site Director in Czech Republic

Travel Tip: Whether ordering from an open air stall or a restaurant, always remember to say good day (dobrý den) and thank you (děkuji). Czechs will welcome your effort and will be more helpful and perhaps even give you a smile.

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Linda Hallbäck
Site Director London

Travel Tip: Be patient with yourself and kind to those you meet along the way. Show gratitude daily, laugh often, and give thanks for the journey you are on. There will be hard days, but remember, the magic is in the journey and each day makes that journey complete. Smile!

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Lisa Beardsley
Site Director in Hawai'i

Travel Tip: Pack for summer! Hawai’i’s temperature is 86F and sunny all year round. Drink lots of water and don’t forget your sunscreen! Arrive with an open mind and a sense of adventure.

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Lisa Pinheiro
Site Director in Costa Rica

Travel Tip: Dont limit yourself to the more popular tourist spots. There are tons of lesser known places that are beautiful and rich in culture where you can really experience what Costa Rica is all about!

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Marina Weinstein
Site Director in Argentina

Travel Tip: Bring comfy shoes as Buenos Aires is very walkable. A great pastime is simply walking the city with no time restriction or plans. Also, get used to saying hi with a hug and a kiss.

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Pasqual Bisogno
Site Director in South Africa

Travel Tip: Be brave, be soft, stay open to opportunities and adventure, wear sunscreen and a smile and most importantly always trust your instinct. Travel allows you to view the world but in the end you realise that what you really discovered is yourself.

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Patricia Dongo Soria
Site Director in Lima, Peru

Travel Tip: When in Lima, try different local dishes choosing from the variety of restaurants like “Gianfranco” in Miraflores. Try the amazing ceviches and other sea food alternatives at “Al Fresco” and dinner overlooking an beautifully illuminated view of the Huaca Pucllana (adobe pre-inca living quarters) in the restaurant “Huaca Pucllana.”

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Chutinan “Chu” Klinmalai
Site Director in Bangkok, Thailand

Travel Tip: Looking for a cool and exciting way to explore Bangkok? The whole city used to be based around canals, so jumping on a boat gives you a way to get out of the traffic and experience the real Bangkok.

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Sara Hazzard
Site Director of Madrid, Spain

Travel Tip: Slow down! Before jet setting off to multiple countries, take time to get to know the place you decided to call home for the next few months. The best travel experiences occur when you meet locals and learn about activities that aren’t in your guidebook.

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Jeff Sinding
Site Director in Japan

Travel Tip: When choosing places to travel, venture to locations with a culture entirely different than your own, where the language, food, behaviors, traditions, ways of thinking, and ways of working and living are totally foreign to you. The experience will be transformative in good ways and stay with you for a lifetime.

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Jeanna Brady
Site Director in Scotland

Travel Tip: Plan ahead to make the most of your time in Scotland. There so many free activities. There are public galleries and museums, live music sessions, open-to-roam landscape, and a great range of clubs and societies on and off your campus!

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Helena Henare-Coolen
Site Director of New Zealand

Travel Tip: Leave the umbrella at home as it is no match for the capital known as ‘Windy Wellington”. Make sure you pack a good raincoat and some warm socks.

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Jing Chen
Site Director in Shanghai

Travel Tip: Shang has a long history. At Puxi, you can walk along streets and see all historic buildings around you. You may hear they are telling those old stories to you. At Pudong, you will see all modern buildings and they presents how China​ ​has developed so far.

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Evgenia Karamani
Site Director in Greece

Travel Tip: To explore a new country, I choose to walk rather than take transportation even for longer distances. It helps you better feel the vibration and get into the pace of local life. Makes you hungrier for local dishes, too!

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Peter Lutze
Site Director in Germany

Travel Tip: While most Germans these days speak English (and will likely be eager to showcase their abilities with you), do make an effort to learn German language and culture, as these will only add to your understanding and appreciation of your new home.

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Thanh Nguyen
Site Director in Vietnam

Travel Tip: Be open minded with the new culture, cuisine, lifestyle etc. You can learn a lot through exploring, adapting and respecting new a culture, a new country. Be well prepared and planned to avoid culture shock in the first few days. Nowadays, there are many travel blogs, food review shows etc. that you can check as a pre-departure information then explore yourself later and have your own stories.

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Mila (Milagro) Montufar Paz
Site Director in Cusco, Peru

Travel Tip: Cusco and the surrounding areas are some of the most beautiful places to explore in all of Peru (and maybe the world). Bring comfortable shoes and be prepared to do a lot of walking!

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Elena Villaescusa
Site Director in Barcelona

Travel Tip: When traveling make sure to use humour and start conversations with local people, they are the experts of the places you visit and you can learn so much from them; particularly the older generation can be a wealth of information. Try to enjoy every single minute of your travels!

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Global Advising
Angelo Pisano
Director of the Global Advising Center

Travel Tip: Take only memories and leave nothing but footprints. Be aware of the space that you are occupying in your host culture. Talk, talk, and talk some more with the locals no matter how uncomfortable you feel!

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Chris Batchelder
Student Advising Coordinator

Travel Tip: If you cannot sleep on planes, do not try to stay up all night in hopes you will get some shut eye on your flight. I tried this once and turned into a sleep deprived zombie by the time I landed. Not pretty.

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Patrick Harvey
Student Advisor

Travel Tip: Traveling to a new country can be stressful, so learn to embrace the stress. Everything always seems to work out in the end.

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Anna Domings
Student Advisor

Travel Tip: Don’t be afraid to settle in. This new place is your home for the time being, so make it yours! Find a favorite coffee shop, chat with the local shop owners–you’ll discover lots of hidden treasures this way. The small, everyday adventures are just as valuable as the big ones!

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Brianna Bates
Admissions Assistant

Travel Tip: Stick with it! Even if things seem tough at first, they will get better with time. Believe in yourself and your decisions, and focus on the positives when things seem dark. Remember why you wanted to travel in the first place- think about all the exciting things you will do and discover! And don’t forget your support system- your friends, parents, advisors, we are all here to help support you! Happy travels! 🙂

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Joseph Bress
Advising Assistant

Travel Tip: Embrace everything. From the food to the people to new places to visit, the beauty in being in new cultures lies in embracing those things that are different from what you’re used to.

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Custom Programs
Aaron Faucher
Assistant Director of Custom Programs & Inclusive Outreach

Travel Tip: Learn a few phrases in the local language (besides “thank you”). Practicing your new vocabulary when meeting new people will often earn you a compliment on your skill, or maybe just a smile or laugh. Either way, it’s a great icebreaker!

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Jamie Hammond
Manager of Faculty-Led Programs

Travel Tip: Don’t be afraid of street food! It’s often the least expensive and most delicious. You’ll learn the true strength of your stomach and might even come home with a few new favorite treats (or at the very least, some good stories!)

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Beth Cahoon
Senior Faculty-Led Programs Coordinator: Spain, Middle East, and Africa

Travel Tip: The unexpected will happen. Turn the stress into an adventure and a story!

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Alexandra Kenney
Faculty-Led Programs Coordinator: Europe

Travel Tip: Take advantage of every opportunity to immerse yourself in the local culture. Don’t be afraid to step outside of your comfort zone by trying new things and meeting new people!

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Marcella McNerney
Faculty-Led Programs Coordinator: South East Asia, North & South America, South Pacific (Australia, Hawai'i, and New Zealand)

Travel Tip: Grab your coffee at the same place every day. It’s a great way to get familiar with some locals, and make a connection to the place you’re in. You might even begin to feel like a local yourself!    

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Kate Rae
Faculty-Led Programs Coordinator: Italy, Greece, and France

Travel Tip: Keep your passport in a safe place. This sounds basic, but after accidentally dropping mine into the Prinsengracht in Amsterdam (and jumping in after it!) it’s a tip I’ll never forget. Also, keep a travel journal with you – you will appreciate reliving your adventures (and memorable mishaps) after your trip.

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Alyssa Rhinesmith
Faculty-Led Programs Coordinator: U.K., East Asia, and India

Travel Tip: Don’t rely on public transport, take the opportunity to walk where you need to go whenever possible. Walking through a city allows you to better experience the local culture!

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Enrollment Management
Michelle Everard
Internships Program Manager

Travel Tip: Journal, journal, journal! Write down the little things, the strange details & whatever made you laugh. It’s the little things that make a trip amazing and are easily the most forgotten.

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Keegan Burdette
Internship Enrollment Advisor

Travel Tip: My travel necessities are an open mind, a wristwatch and a journal.

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Jennifer Markey
Admissions Assistant

Travel Tip: When it comes to sharing your travel stories with others, a picture is really worth a thousand words! Get creative and take photos of the world around you, so when your trip ends, you will have those visuals to help you remember every detail.

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Jessica Aharon
Temporary Admissions Assistant

Travel Tip: Leave everything you think you know about traveling, the country, culture, or people, behind you! You’ll most likely be surprised, so discover everything as new. Take public transportation and make friends with locals- they will show you the best places and usually hook you up. Most of all, stay present and enjoy! 🙂

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Marketing & Communications
Jenn Weisgerber
Director of Marketing and Communications

Travel Tip: I think one of the most grounding things you can do in a new location is take some time to appreciate the natural beauty around you – notice what’s different and new, and especially notice what you may not see again.

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Siobhan Tripp
Senior Marketing & Communications Coordinator

Travel Tip: Don’t be afraid to get lost or for something unexpected to happen. In my experience you tend to meet the best people and have the best stories when things don’t go according to plan.

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Zoë Crabtree
Marketing Assistant

Travel Tip: Find somewhere to become a regular. A park bench. A grocery store. A local library. A cafe. Observe your travel destination through this place and absorb the rhythm of it.

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Ruthie Kirchner
Video Production Specialist & Content Assistant

Travel Tip: Heed the words of Erykah Badu and get that window seat (or at least, never the middle seat), listen to your gut (for instincts and for yummy food), and make an intention to feel empathy. It’s hard to live in an area supported by tourism, so extend extra courtesy and respect to the locals.

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Michael Fucilli
Web Developer

Travel Tip: When I travel to a new area, I always scour the local mom and pop record stores to get a feel for the local music scene.

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Finance & Administration
Elayna Hebert
Director of Human Resources & Operations

Travel Tip: When I lost my phone when I landed in Spain for the first time, I thought it was the end of the world. I realized that the experiences I had without being distracted or taking photos was a gift. Remember to be present in your journeys!

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Pete Brown
Director of IT & Technical Operations

Travel Tip: Watch people and listen to them, and make no assumptions.

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Vera Bruursema
Director of Finance

Travel Tip: Don’t be afraid to make friends with other travelers or the locals. Adventures are often more fun with friends, and new relationships will expose you to new and interesting places, experiences, and foods you might not get to try otherwise.

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Chris Alexander
IT Administrator

Travel Tip: Wherever you are, try to adapt to your new environment. Pick up as much of the local language and engage in the local customs as much as you can while you are there.

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Caitlin Kobylarz
Finance Manager

Travel Tip: When travelling, I always try to get myself onto the destinations local timezone prior to when I arrive. I find it much easier to combat the jet lag when doing so. This being said, always try to plan for delays. Things do not always go perfectly… instead of getting upset, try to enjoy the “now”… wherever in the world you may be.

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Alec Hoverman
Recruitment & Talent Coordinator

Travel Tip: In order to have stories to tell your friends and family when you get home, you must first live those stories. Plan well, but don’t shy away from taking advantage of an unexpected opportunity.

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Maggie Turchio
Office Coordinator and Mailroom Clerk

Travel Tip: Always be sure to meet local people. I noticed recently when traveling that a lot of travelers tend to stick together and overlook the local the people all around them. My favorite sights from traveling are the ones shown to me by local people.

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Lynn Olynik
Bookkeeper

Travel Tip: Preparation for travel is necessary for a great trip, but always try to remember to take time “to smell the roses”, relax, and most of all, enjoy your destination. Make the most of your time away – memories last a lifetime!

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Jenna Farrell
HR & Operations Assistant

Travel Tip: Dismiss all of your preconceived ideas about what travel may be like, and allow yourself to let it happen as it does and take it all in!

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Fiona Leonas
Bookkeeping Assistant

Travel Tip: Don’t travel just to cross names off a list – find connections with the places you travel to. It’s better to spend an afternoon with the new friends you made at the hostel, rather than seeing the museum that you just put on your list because it was something to do. Also be respectful and responsible on social media.

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