Global Education Office

GEO Stories: Study Abroad

Ernesto is 83, has been a bass player all his life, and has two children.

Traveling on the Cuba Experience class over winter break, Rachel Brown ’16 used a Cater Society grant to develop a unique project with the help of three local Havana women.

An Emerald Basilisk.
Biology students study the tropical ecology of Nicaragua.
Before their trip, students worked with Professor Noriko Narita and the Friends of Miller Library to raise ,000 and collet...
As the College endeavors to find new ways to broaden undergraduates’ worldview, East Asia political scientist Andrew Oros devised the ultimate study-travel adventure for his class studying Japanese culture and politics.
Jen Tordella with one of her students.

The term “life-changing” gets bandied about quite a bit at WC, but for Marie Wrenn ’17, a human development major who spent two weeks in Tanzania, her experience was truly that powerful.

Jen Tordella ’17 landed an internship in Rio for the Olympics.

Jen Tordella ’17 helped spread the Olympic spirit when she interned in as a hospitality guide for NBC Universal in Rio de Janeiro.

Washington College students explore the island.

Nine students interned this summer with a variety of non-governmental organizations in Manila, Philippines.

Lily Britt ’16
Lily Britt ’16 landed a summer internship with a global business enterprise in Hong Kong.
Melisa Lindsay ’96 pursued her Cater fellowship in India.
While tracking wolves in the wilds of India, Cater Fellow Melisa Lindsay ’96 found herself.
A double major in music performance and business management, Michael DeMaio ’18 has traveled to five countries as a Cater Fellow.