UNO Education Abroad Student Bloggers
Do you have a way with writing? An eye for photography? A knack for filming? Do you want to document your time abroad while building transferable skills and adding to your resume? Apply to be a UNO Education Abroad featured blogger or takeover our Instagram!
Contact us at email@example.com. We want to see & hear from you!
Commitments are minimal - you can post often or at the midpoint of your program. If you are in receipt of a UNO scholarship, this works well with your requirements. We support vlogging, writing, and photography!
Name: Calvin Vong
Major(s)/Minor(s): Management Information Systems (MIS)
Program: Kwansei Gakuin University, Semester Exchange
Location: Nishinomiya, Japan
Calvin is in his fourth year at UNO and a recipient of the Gilman Scholarship. Calvin is a laid back person that has a thirst for adventure. Calvin says, "I want to travel to meet new people and discover new things with my own eyes. I love trying new foods! If I could only pick one food to eat, I would have to say ramen!"
Name: Matt Witter
Major(s)/Minor(s): Criminal Justice
Program: API: Universidad de Congresso; Society, Development and Spanish Language Program
Location: Mendoza, Argentina
Matt is interest in just about everything and is willing to try just about anything. Matt says, "I am very intrigued by language and how we use it to communicate, hence my current living/learning situation in a Spanish-speaking country. I also love hiking in the wilderness and have a small addiction to skydiving."
Find Matt's personal blog here.
Name: Jasmine Torres
Program: University of Bergen, Academic Year
Location: Bergen, Norway
Jasmine is Psychology major studying in Norway for the academic year. Jasmine says, "I love taking pictures, trying new foods and traveling!"
See all the previous blog posts here.
Student blogs may not represent the recommendations and views of UNO Education Abroad. Through featured blogging, UNO Education Abroad aims to provide a forum for its students for respectful reflection and self-expression.
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