Category Archives: Study Abroad

Students at Jamestown Community College have some truly unique opportunities to study abroad. Through our partnership with the College Consortium for International Studies (CCIS), JCC students can take part in study abroad programs in dozens of different countries. We’ve also partnered with institutions in China and Spain where our students have the opportunity to intern as English instructors. Read about some of the experiences of our students!

Hello from London

It took three hours to get to the Toronto Airport, three more hours to eat, say my goodbyes, and make it through customs. Then it was a one hour wait…

Guatemala through the Senses

Below is a paper that I wrote while in Guatemala as part of the academic requirements for the trip. I noticed that it works well as a blog post so…

Arrival and Transition in Guatemala

Before departing for Guatemala back in May, I had never travelled outside of the United States except for a few brief visits to nearby Canadian provinces. I have always felt…

boys working on craft

Learning to Teach

I don’t know about you, but my June was pretty great! It was spent with great people, great culture, and a GREAT internship. The impetus for my journey to Spain…

Nicole with catedral

When in Spain

A gloomy, chilly, and rainy Monday morning. Looking out the window, there are Spaniards walking to work in rain boots, heavy coats, and scarves: fashion similar to that in the…

Nicole Ewer stands on castle

On Top of the World

Sometimes, even the best camera can’t capture the true beauty of something… (I’m not just saying that because I am documenting my stay here in Valladolid through the lens of…

trying to hold the cathedral

The Last Adventure

WARNING: THIS POST CONTAINS AN INSANE AMOUNT OF PICTURES Cinque Terre I must say, my last adventure while abroad could not have been more perfect. It all began when I…

In Zadar, Croatia

Throwback to Spring Break

Spring Break abroad was one of the most memorable trips I’ve ever gone on. My travel buddies were a bit more excited for the trip initially because they knew more…

Life in America after Interning Abroad

I felt pretty strange as I boarded the first plane of our three-legged journey back home. I wasn’t immediately upset, but I felt a little empty inside. Chengdu had carved…

Two students at a rugby game

Best Friends Take on Ireland

Every day I’m here, I’m still in awe that I live in Ireland. Yes, it may only be for 5 months, but I still live day to day just as…