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We’re excited to have 29 IES Abroad Correspondents sharing their writing, photography, video, and other creative projects with us in Summer 2019.

Meet December Alum of the Month, Sarah Lewis Moseley (IES Abroad Paris, 1968-69 | Hendrix College), who is celebrating her 50th Anniversary Class Reunion with IES Abroad this year. Learn about Sarah’s experience abroad, her passion for volunteerism, and the reason why she gives to IES Abroad.

Our recent alumni shared their thoughts on the best gifts for students studying abroad, and we complied it into a helpful gift guide. Enjoy!.

Our 2018 holiday video will be sure to lift your spirits and remind you to celebrate the unexpected connections.

Each term at IES Abroad Rome, students participate in internships. Placements are available across fields and could be at a place like the Colosseum.

Check out the Instagram-worthy photos from our Centers! Our Fall students and Center Staff made Thanksgiving their own with a range of exciting events.

For the fifth year in a row, IES Abroad is participating in #GivingTuesday—a global day of giving. On November 27th, join us as we set out to increase access to study abroad by raising funds for IES Abroad Scholarships.

This week at IES Abroad, we've paused to thank the people who make IES Abroad such an extraordinary global community. One of the most important people to thank is you.

Meet Ely Key (IES Abroad Buenos Aires, Spring 2006), President and CEO of Up Mountain Switchel. In our interview, discover how seeing young Argentines celebrate and share their culture inspired Ely to co-found Up Mountain Switchel.

Willard Huyck honored with the Standing Ovation Award for his contributions to the IES Abroad Study Abroad Film Festival.

We're thrilled to announce Meredith Hawley (Granada, Spring 2018) as our October Ambassador of the Month! As a volunteer Ambassador, Meredith shares her study abroad stories and advice back on campus at Loyola University - Chicago. Read more about Meredith's experience in Granada and how it motivated her to inspire future study abroad students.

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