Tag Archives: Living abroad

  • Emilia Hovestadt. Intern abroad in Madrid: Interview and Photo Gallery

    Posted on January 29, 2017 by in Gallery, Testimonials

    An intern abroad experience. Emilia Hovestadt spent 2.5 months with us in Madrid last fall from October 1st to December 14th, 2016.  She was a Marketing intern for a company which we started working with over 10 years ago.  Their area of expertise is the conciliation of the private and professional lives of workers through […]

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  • Volunteer Interview: Sabadell, una pequeña gran ciudad

    Posted on December 15, 2016 by in Testimonials

    by Alex Holgado Llegó a España en Julio y, tras dos meses en Málaga, está viviendo en Barcelona. Melissa Vogt procede de Adelaida, la capital de Australia, y está perfeccionando su español (es hija de madre peruana) al tiempo que colabora con la fundación local SID Moskitia. En Australia -dice- soy voluntaria de Oxfam y […]

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  • Get the Most Out of Interning in Europe and Here’s How

    Posted on December 9, 2016 by in Blog

    Jill Arcaro Gordon I’m lucky. I’ve lived and worked in Europe for over 10 years. But I know not everyone has had that privilege…yet. My work is to share the thrill of living abroad by helping you to work and feel like a local while interning in either of Europe’s most buzzing cities – Madrid […]

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  • Work and Residency Permits in Spain: The Administrative Labyrinth

    Posted on October 7, 2016 by in Blog

    You can live and work in Spain! See here our Internship in Spain program! Live the experience! by Jill Arcaro Spain is the most visited country in Europe for long-term tourism, alluring millions each year. A frequently posed question from the participants in our Spanish internship placement program is about the possibility of obtaining legal […]

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  • Cultural Adaptation is up to YOU

    Posted on October 7, 2016 by in Blog

    by Jill Arcaro Gordon After the initial elation of novelty when transported into a foreign culture, the shock and frustrations of having to adapt culturally can be overwhelming. I myself have experienced them all and continue to suffer from the habit of comparing, both favorably and not, after more than 10 years in Europe. Would […]

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  • Practicalities and Idiosyncrasies of Life in Madrid

    Posted on October 3, 2016 by in Blog

    by Jill Arcaro-Gordon from Best Programs Time to get used to the sights, sounds, tastes and smells of your new home away from home. When you come to live in Madrid, the burden of cultural adjustment will be upon YOU, and there will be significant changes to which you will have to adjust. Spain is […]

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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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