Welcome to the CISLA blog! This is a space for students to share their experiences of their internships abroad. For more information on CISLA, visit our main website at http://cisla.conncoll.edu.
Saludos from the Southern Hemisphere! I am currently one week in to my internship at a small, independent publishing house in Santiago de Chile. My first week has been filled with friendly people, engaging reading, and lots of sweaters and scarves (thank God for alpaca wool). At my internship at LOM Ediciones I’ve been working … Continue reading My summer (or actually winter) in Chile
Salut tout le monde! My name is Nayla Tohme and this summer I am interning for Gynecology Without Borders in Dunkirk, France. I am majoring in Psychology and double minoring in Art and Gender & Women’s Studies. Contrary to popular belief, growing up in Lebanon was an absolute blessing. As my country lies in the … Continue reading Gynecology Without Borders, France.
My name is Marta Martinez and like all members of the CISLA Class of 2018, I am a rising senior. I am originally from Spain and studied at UWC of the Adriatic (Italy) from 2011 to 2013. When I was applying to colleges I was looking for opportunities to keep studying abroad and expanding my … Continue reading Kiron France: providing higher education to refugees across Europe
Greetings from Paris! This summer I am interning for Ariana MIX’ART, an association that promotes citizenship engagement and Republican values through the means of street art and bande dessinée (cartoons). The association mainly works with the youth of France. This past week, I have been observing their program called MIX’ART à l’école, which is an … Continue reading La première semaine: les ateliers périscolaires et la conférence UPE2A