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Posted on February 25, 2014 | No CommentsSarah is a culinary intern currently living and working in Florence, Italy. Below is a post titled “Workin’ Hard, Drinking Coffee” from her Tumblr page about her first day at her internship. Sarah and the other Global Experience interns have been taking Italian language courses […]
Posted on February 12, 2014 | No CommentsIn honor of Valentine’s Day, we’ve created a list of the most romantic spots in each of our locations. Of course, most of you do not have a significant other with you during your internship abroad, but it doesn’t mean you can’t spend this Valentine’s […]
Posted on December 31, 2013 | No CommentsThis year we had 348 university students and graduates complete internships in nine different cities around the world. Each one of them had a their own unique experiences, challenges, and lessons they learned from their international internships. To celebrate their success and memories here are […]
Posted on November 18, 2013 | No CommentsBelow is some feedback from fashion intern, Katie Shannon, to Program Consultant, Chrissie Friedrichsen, about her experience interning in Milan, Italy this fall. Katie is currently working for a fashion showroom in the center of Milan that receives collections and creates campaigns for well known […]
Posted on October 25, 2013 | No CommentsJuliet, who has been interning at newspaper in Florence, Italy for the past 8 weeks, shares her experience about attending the Eurochoclate festival. For more updates about Juliet and her adventures in Italy keeping checking here or read her personal blog. On Saturday, we made […]
Posted on October 7, 2013 | No CommentsJuliet is in Florence, Italy interning for a English-speaking newspaper this fall. Below is a post about her day trip with the other interns from Global Experiences to Cinque Terre. Keep checking in for more posts from Juliet, or follow her blog here. On Sunday, […]
Posted on September 6, 2013 | No CommentsKatie participated in our internship in Florence, Italy in the fall of 2012. Here’s why she chose Global Experiences: The idea of studying abroad always appealed to me. Stories of meeting friends from around the globe, seeing wonders of the world, learning a new language, […]
Posted on August 21, 2013 | No CommentsStudent Amelia Putman spent her summer in Florence, Italy as a culinary intern. “The trip to Florence was amazing,” said Amelia. “The food was fantastic and I met some awesome people. The internship and the trip itself taught me so much about myself and what […]
Posted on July 31, 2013 | No CommentsFlorence, Italy is often regarded as one big open-air museum. See some of the best sights the city has to offer in just a few days and while spending only a few Euros! Comfortable walking shoes, a city map, and curiosity are about all you need […]
Posted on July 19, 2013 | No CommentsFlorence intern Nina Gibian’s thoughts on the Italian culure: 1. Italians will play sidewalk games with you Italian culture is all about taking things slow, and walking is no exception (something I should have picked up on from my Italian side of the family – […]