Posted August 21st, 2014 by Megan in Leiden, the Netherlands
Hello there! On top of submitting videos to the Central College Abroad website, I will also be blogging on my personal blog when I can. I have posted a few things about what I’ve been doing to prepare for Fall 2014 already if you’d like to check it out HERE!
Thanks for Reading and Happy Travels!
Posted March 31st, 2014 by Jacob in Leiden, the Netherlands
Posted February 14th, 2014 by Jacob in Leiden, the Netherlands
Posted February 7th, 2014 by Jacob in Leiden, the Netherlands
Posted January 9th, 2014 by Jacob in Leiden, the Netherlands
Posted August 13th, 2012 by in Leiden, the Netherlands
My name is Daniel Gerow and I attend St. John Fisher College in Rochester, New York. I chose the Leiden program because I wanted to do something different in comparison to other people at my school. Furthermore, I chose the program because I have heard nothing but great things about the Netherlands. While I’m over there, I will be taking the required course of a Dutch language course and “The Netherlands and Its European Context.” I will also be hopefully taking two Psychology courses to help me finish my minor while studying abroad. Lastly, and possibly the most exciting part, is that I will be participating in a service learning program. I’ve had many friends take part in these programs while abroad and they’ve all had great things to say about doing these programs.
While abroad, I hope to just gain a new point of view on the world. Between growing up on a farm and going to a high school that was 65% Native American, I’ve already had an interesting up bringing, and this experience going abroad will hopefully give me a different perspective on how another culture lives. Furthermore, while abroad I hope to be able to travel a bit and see other parts of Europe and enjoy the food and lifestyles of different places throughout Europe. Lastly, I would love to just become a member of the Leiden community. Between taking part in the service learning program and hopefully joining some sort of soccer/football league while in Leiden, I can gain acceptance from the locals and gain a deeper access into their culture/life.