August 19, 2022

We are excited to welcome Logan Randle (, Alyssa Gasca (, and Tristan Donohoe ( as our newest Enrollment Apprentices. 

Logan lives in Philadelphia and attended City University with Arcadia Abroad while she was studying Political Science and Global Studies at Temple University. She has always had a passion for travel and made it her mission to visit 20 countries by the age of 20. She says her favorite memory from her time abroad was "I have amazing memories to last a lifetime thanks to study abroad, but my favorite memory comes from my first free day in London after arriving. It was a day spent exploring and falling in love with the city for the first time, and just smiling/laughing nonstop with others from the program who I had met just days prior but became fast friends with. It signified the start of an incredible semester in London with wonderful people, and that's why it is my favorite." Logan is excited to connect students with Arcadia Abroad opportunities and be a part of what will be, one of their most unique, life-changing, and fulfilling experiences.

Tristan is currently living in Indiana but he is originally from Ohio and attended The College of Wooster where he studied Spanish. He studied abroad with Arcadia in Toledo Spain and went on to be one of our Alumni Ambassadors. Tristan's favorite memory from his time in Spain is when he took a solo trip to the really small town of Riaño, because it gave him great confidence in his Spanish and in his own abilities as a traveler. About his new position as Apprentice, Tristan says "I’m also excited to travel to different campuses across the country and foster an excitement for studying abroad with the students I meet."

Alyssa Gasca studied abroad at the Umbra Institute in Perugia while she was a student of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at CU Boulder. She lives outside of Denver making her the only Apprentice outside of the Eastern timezone. Alyssa brings unique perspectives to this position as the only Apprentice who had her time abroad cut short by the pandemic. She is also a first-generation Hispanic college student and comes to us with experience working with other first-generation students with Hispanic and Latinx backgrounds. Alyssa is most excited " I am excited to help encourage students to find a program that suits them and send them abroad. It's such an incredible opportunity that I would like to assist as many students as possible."

We're so happy to welcome them aboard. Keep an eye out for them as they visit campuses this Fall!