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Meghan Tankersley

As the Inbound Marketer & Lead Storyteller, Meghan wrote a ton of content for Global Experiences. Her blogs cover a wide variety of topics and are packed full of useful information.

Recent Posts

Why Interning in Sydney was the Best Decision

Meghan Tankersley | May.01.2014

Ben completed an internship in Sydney, Australia in the summer of 2013. Below is an interview between Ben and Meghan about his internship, life in Sydney, and  thoughts about Global Experiences. 

5 Affordable Ways to Learn a New Language

Meghan Tankersley | April.28.2014


It seems I’ve always been told that America is notorious for being a nation of monolinguals. I’ve been doing some research and it’s not as easy to find the exact number of how many Americans speak more than one language. The US Census Bureau only asks:  “Does this person speak a language other than English at home? What is this language? How well does this person speak English?”

We are thrilled to announce that we have been selected as a finalist for GoAbroad's Innovation Awards! The Innovative New Program Award honors programs in international education that provide students with unique opportunities for learning and cultural engagement. This year, Global Experiences Strengths-based career development program has been selected for it's innovation and proven results. For more details about the Clifton StrengthsFinder and our personalized career development check out the video below:

A Day of Roses and Books

Meghan Tankersley | April.23.2014


Felic Diada de Sant Jordi or Happy Day of St. Jordi!  Today, April 23rd, is Barcelona's most romantic day of the year where people all over the city celebrate Catalonia’s patron saint St. Jordi  (St. George in Catalan).  Of course, it’s not just Barcelona that celebrates the festival of St. George. He is the patron saint of England, Georgia, Romania, Greece, and several other places. However, Barcelona celebrates the day with a unique flair of culture, love, roses, and books.

Why I Want to Intern in Dublin

Meghan Tankersley | April.21.2014

Kayla is currently interning for Global Experiences in the main office to help her prepare for an internship in Dublin, Ireland. Kayla is attends Anne Arundel Community College and is interested in marketing and event planning

7 Reasons to Spend Your Summer in Washington, D.C.

Meghan Tankersley | April.17.2014

Every summer, Washington D.C. becomes the mecca for internships for those interested in politics, law, and non-profits. It is one of the most powerful cities in the world and is full of opportunities for those who can take the heat and are eager to learn.

5 Reasons Why I Want to Intern Abroad

Meghan Tankersley | April.15.2014

1. Gain more professional experience while traveling

The reason why I want to have an internship abroad is to gain more professional experience, while being able to travel at the same time. I am currently about to finish my two year degree and plan to transfer to a university next fall. I felt that having an internship this summer would allow me to gain more experience in the field I am most interested in, which is Event Planning. So, by next fall I will have a better understanding of which path I want to head towards. I’ve always wanted to travel and knew that one day I would be able to. Before I knew about interning abroad, I was planning to study abroad for a semester. However, after I learned more about Global Experiences and the different programs they offer, I have decided that interning abroad would be a more beneficial experience for me. Having an internship abroad will allow me to develop more professional skills in a work environment that is different from what I am used to, while being able to experience the country and its culture.

Popular and Unique International Sports

Meghan Tankersley | April.07.2014

One of the most exciting parts about traveling is meeting new people, tasting unique foods, testing out language skills, and learning about the history and culture of a place.

Why We Love (and Use) the Clifton StrengthsFinder Assessment

Meghan Tankersley | April.03.2014

We love the Clifton StrengthsFinder Assessment. We’ve mentioned it in a few posts, we provide  it to all of our participants, and we even divided them into the Divergent factions. You know that we love the assessment, but we haven’t told you why we think it’s important for people to be aware of their natural talents.

How To Make Your Resume Better in 6 Easy Steps

Meghan Tankersley | March.31.2014


Let’s be honest, creating a resume is a daunting task. It seems that everyone you speak to has a different opinion about formatting and what should be included in your resumé.  Your resumé is a reflection of you, so it’s okay if it doesn’t exactly fit into every mold, but your document still needs to look clean and professional. Below are six easy rules to follow when crafting your professional resume:

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