During my time studying abroad, I was also I volunteering as a english teacher for young children ages from 6 to 13 years old with my job to prepare classes for students every Friday. The organization is called Instituto de la Vivienda (IVC), an organization that brings a lot of help to the community with … Continue reading Teaching Abroad!
Let’s talk about the places Sol took us to, Fall 2019 Semester! We kept an organized google doc that scheduled our weekly activities. First and foremost after taking us to meet our host families and settling in, the following day Sunday we got picked up by a private bus and have us a brief overview … Continue reading Let’s talk about the places Sol took us to, Fall 2019 Semester!
Director- Raul De La Mano Ever since I got down the plane and saw my director Raul, holding the Sol Abroad Program sign he automatically made it feel like home and he really does have a passion for sharing his hometown to us. On the way to meeting our host parents, he told us the … Continue reading For my sol mates & director ❤
Coming to Argentina I knew I was going to try many new foods and myself being the least picky eater in the world and I knew I was just going to love everything… and I was correct. Breakfasts are very light in Argentina (simply a toast) with mate which was a bit different to my … Continue reading Lets talk about food!
Getting to Universidad de Belgrano, I was so excited to learn about this building, the international students and the classes they had to offer. A fun fact is that this building is right in front of Albert Einstein house! Imagine having to pass by Albert Einstein’s house going to school! Very cool.. I mean casual… … Continue reading Universidad de Belgrano