Three Etown Students Awarded Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship

Three Elizabethtown College students, sophomore Japanese major Jacob Schell, sophomore Sociology-Anthropology major Emma Nalesnik, and junior Japanese and Asian Studies major Ariel Hampton, were recently awarded the highly competitive Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, giving them financial support to study abroad within the next year. Furthermore, Ariel was the College's first ever Gilman Critical Need... Continue Reading →

Volunteering Abroad

Studying abroad can mean much more than classroom experiences. For students who wish to engage in meaningful life work by volunteering, doing so abroad might be a great choice. The following programs promote volunteer activities for their students, either through the program itself or through affiliated organizations. SOL Education Abroad; Buenos Aires, Argentina This program... Continue Reading →

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