Everyday Life in Japan

Hello, study abroad blog! My name is Adam Cross, and I’ll be discussing my time studying abroad in Japan. I studied abroad during the fall semester of 2019, and I’ll be going back to Japan in January 2020. I am studying at Nihon University through their Japanese language program. It is so much fun! I’ve... Continue Reading →

Unplugged: Life in China

Emily Seratch '19 is a senior international business major with a concentration in finance. She spent her fall 2017 semester abroad in Dalian, China. Studying abroad in China provides some challenges for phone addicts: social media is blocked. In addition to a lack of social media, all information sharers including Google and YouTube are blocked... Continue Reading →

Sweat or Regret: Life in Chennai, India

Marc Unger '19 is a senior political science major at Elizabethtown College. He is interested in performing arts and international affairs. While abroad in Chennai, India, he had the opportunity to serve as a BCA Study Abroad Storyteller. In this role, he wrote a blog about breaking a sweat in India! Marc studied abroad at... Continue Reading →

Completing Social Work Hours Abroad

Each year, the Elizabethtown College social work department sends seniors abroad to complete their 600 hours of internship time.  This year, two social work majors traveled to India and New Zealand to complete their first 200 hours of service. Alyson Courtney '17 spent fall 2016 in Dunedin, New Zealand. She worked 150 hours with a... Continue Reading →

Social Work Seniors Intern Across the Ocean

Despite cultural differences and miles of difference between Elizabethtown College and other countries, Andy Dunlap insists, “We’re all connected.” Dunlap, an associate social work professor at Elizabethtown College, works with fellow Department faculty members to ensure that seniors gain an understanding of this interconnectedness. Senior social work students are required to complete 600 hours of... Continue Reading →

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