Category Archives: Blog

  • Intern in Europe: Why and How

    Posted on October 3, 2016 by in Blog

    by Jill Arcaro Intern in Europe: Why?… An international internship can be the most important point in your resume and lead to discovery and deepening of both personal and career relations. Academic courses are a good basis, but internships abroad are a better investment for life-long value based on experience, not words. Students who have […]

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  • Yes! You Can Live and Work in Madrid and Here’s How

    Posted on September 29, 2016 by in Blog

    You can live and work in Madrid! See here our Internship in Spain program! Live the experience! Jill Arcaro Gordon You can study and work in Madrid! “Sunny Spain”…things were never brighter. Fabulous food and wines… soccer…flamenco, passion… no friendlier people, generosity…time-honored traditions. A country where pleasures can be as profound as the works of […]

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    Steps to Adapting to Working and Living Abroad – Part 2

    Posted on September 23, 2016 by in Blog

    By Jill Arcaro Gordon What are you doing to achieve your dream? How can you make it happen? By actively embracing your goals with calm clarity, you can create a new standard which will give you different, and better results, in every aspect of your life. Working and Living Abroad Below are two more (of […]

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    Steps to Adapting to Working and Living Abroad – Part 1

    Posted on September 23, 2016 by in Blog

    By Jill Arcaro Gordon When I worked in the registrar’s office of Boston University during my studies there and I cried every day. I did not know my professional or personal goals at the time and if I had I would not have known how to achieve them. I just knew I felt stifled, bored […]

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  • Internships, Spanish & Salsa in Cuba: Practicalities and Tips

    Posted on July 19, 2016 by in Blog

    Cuba Practicalites – Are you traveling to Cuba for the first time? There is nothing quite like it! We have composed this list of practical help to avoid possible confusion and overwhelming. We suggest you read them all. LAST UPDATED: January 2017. (Bear in mind that Cuba is changing rapidly, so it is possible some […]

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  • The Way of Son and the “Septeto Santiaguero”

    Posted on June 1, 2016 by in Blog

    (Ver más abajo versión en español) Musicologists dilute the origin of Cuban musical genre, son, by attributing its appearance throughout the entire eastern part of the island.  There are even those who contend some remote first appearance in the West along with other fallacies such as the final burial place of Micaela Gines, Pascual de […]

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