2018-19 ETA organizes U.S. diplomat visit to a French high school: « It was definitely a highlight of the semester! »

Kaitlin Hickey, ETA, 2018-2019, Lycée Julie-Victoire Daubié While living in Paris, I joined an organization called the Junior Diplomats Initiative France (JDI) at Sciences Po which aims to provide students with insight into the realities of the diplomatic world by organizing opportunities to interact with international relations experts. Through JDI, I was able to visit… Lire la suite 2018-19 ETA organizes U.S. diplomat visit to a French high school: « It was definitely a highlight of the semester! »

« The Fulbright experience has enriched my life immensely »

Regina Symonds, Fulbright Teacher Exchange, 2000-2001 Regina Symonds was a Fulbright Teacher Exchange participant in 2000-2001 at the Collège Jean-Philippe Rameau in Versailles, France. She holds her CAGS in Educational Leadership from Salem State University, an M.S. in Teaching French from S.U.N.Y. Cortland. and a B.A. in French/Education from Syracuse University.  She has been teaching… Lire la suite « The Fulbright experience has enriched my life immensely »

« Moments like this make what musicians and artists do worth the time and effort »

Alexander Meszler, Fulbright Advanced Student, 2018-19 Seated just to the side of the organ in the Chapelle Royale at the Palace of Versailles, I watched as a fellow conservatory organ student had a lesson on the chapel organ. Knowing my lesson was next, my mind anxiously cycled through admiring the beauty of the room, listening… Lire la suite « Moments like this make what musicians and artists do worth the time and effort »

Two Cities, Two Hosts, Two Schools, One Fulbright Experience

Jamie Vescio, Fulbright ETA, 2018-19 My 5:00 am wake-up call came bright and early on a chilly Thursday in March, but the anticipation of being in the classroom was just the right dose of motivation that I needed to push myself through the alarm. Most of my mornings in France had never been quite this… Lire la suite Two Cities, Two Hosts, Two Schools, One Fulbright Experience