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Whether you’re a long-time environmentalist or a budding recycler, interning or studying abroad offers you an opportunity to gain insight into how different communities approach sustainable living.

Dr. Alvaro Artigas recently led IES Abroad students on a course-related trip to Clichy-Batignolles, a dynamically growing eco-district in Paris.

IES Internships alumna Michelle Wagner (Rome Summer Internship 2015 | Penn State University) wears many hats: graduate student, world traveler, public health enthusiast, and blogger, to name a few. In a previous role as an IES intern in Rome, Michelle participated in hands-on work, came face-to-face with social issues, gained a professional mentor, and paved her path to graduate school. Read on Michelle explains her international internship in Italy.

Hernando Sevilla-Garcia, IES Abroad Diversity Relations Manger, visited Capitol Hill to speak with Illinois representatives on the importance of study abroad programs and international students.

Meet Gianna Reyes Montinola (IES Abroad Paris, Summer 1978 & 1978-79 | Mount Holyoke College), Vice President for Corporate Affairs at the Far Eastern University (FEU) Manila.

Whether Granada is your hometown or your study abroad destination for a few months, Esteban Romero-Frías, Ph.D., is ready and willing to help you engage in the community.

Don’t let finances hold you back from thoroughly enjoying your study abroad experience! Take notes from alumni on how to save money while studying abroad.

New to our Film Festival jury in 2018, we invite you to get to know jury member Regge Life.

Read tips from IES Abroad Ambassadors, recent alumni who are ready and eager to help you make the most of study abroad – no matter the size of your bank account.

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