Drew Villierme-Lightfoot is a Program Manager for England, Wales, and Chile. He shares his experience navigating his identity while working overseas.
I was 22 years old, had just graduated from college, and had just broken up with my first long-term… More
Many students study abroad to connect with their heritage language and culture. For this month’s Staff Voices post, Michelle Isel-Margolis, Assistant Director of Student Services, shares how study abroad brought her closer to her cultural heritage.
For this month’s Staff Voices post, Chanae Brown, a Program Manager for Scotland, Ireland, New Zealand, South Africa, and Greece shares her perspective on navigating another culture as a student of color.
My first time going abroad by myself, I left… More
Hannah Leidich currently works as Assistant Director Of Health, Safety, and Security at the College of Global Studies. In this edition of our Staff Voices series, Hannah shares her experience with navigating overwhelming times while living in Prague… More
By Drew Villierme-Lightfoot, Program Manager for ENGLAND & WALES
On August 22nd, Diversity Abroad held a regional meetup in Philadelphia, a networking event with a short round-table discussion. Arcadia's College of Global Studies was very well represented… More
Darius Carey currently works as an Institutional Relations Manager at the College of Global Studies. He studied abroad in 2014 at the University of Ghana in West Africa. To support his efforts, Darius was awarded the Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship, The… More
In the second blog for our Staff Voices series, Polly Penter, Associate Director of Student Services, London, shares her experience with mental health and shares a few tips for students joining us on Arcadia programs.
I’ve lived with anxiety and depression… More
Many folks come to work with Arcadia because they had impactful, meaningful experiences studying, living, or working overseas which they would like to share with students. These international experiences shaped their careers and lives far beyond college… More