Looking at my certificate from the University of Salamanca, my time there has already begun to feel like a dream. Still in touch with many of my classmates, social media allows me to reach cross the world and stay connected to everyone that has made my time there so special. I still follow the IES program on Facebook and looking at the photos of the second summer session makes me want to jump on a plane and fly back there. Now approaching my final year of college, I feel much less stressed about completing my Spanish major. While my school provides a lot of assistance in reading comprehension there’s nothing like being right in the middle of the action that inspires confidence. I would recommend this program to anyone interested in not only improving their fluency but also participating in a life changing experience.
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<p>I am a rising senior at Sarah Lawrence College, double-majoring in Spanish and Journalism. When I'm not studying, I love practicing Jiu Jitsu and cooking in my tiny kitchen. As a Puerto Rican Jew, I love cooking everything, from my great grandmother's noodle kugel to my mom's tostones. My dream is to travel to every continent and as of right now, I have been to more than fifteen different countries.</p>