I'm passionate about how international and experiential learning can create new opportunities.
I believe that our experiences abroad open the doors to new opportunities. I believe that everyone can benefit from their own unique and personal experience abroad. I believe that our experiences abroad have the ability to empower ourselves. Whether it be for study, work, research, or purposeful travel, what matters is that these experiences are known and accessible. That is where I plan to come in.
I am currently a graduate student at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey where I studies International Education Management and Public Administration. Prior to arriving at the Institute, I worked in college recruiting in Israel, as a teacher in Milwaukee, and as an English instructor in the Czech Republic. Now, my goal is to help others experience life abroad and open their own door to new opportunities.
Organizational Profile Poster Fair
As part of the course Principles and Practices of International Education, we were required to research an international education organization and present our findings at a poster fair open to the public. I researched WorldTeach and shared my findings with a number of my peers, professors, and visitors.
Fair Traders at MIIS
Outside of my coursework, I serve on the Fair Trade Certification Task Force through the Center for Social Impact Learning. As part of serving on the task force, I work on a number of projects to promote Fair Trade on the MIIS campus, including the design of materials to share the work of the task force.