Aspect Foundation’s inbox is flooded with notes from students expressing their gratitude for the experience they have had on student exchange. On Thursdays, we post one of these notes, sharing the “warm fuzzies” with all of you!
Today’s Thank You Thursday is from Chiara from Italy, living in Colorado. Continue reading
Aspect Foundation’s inbox is flooded with notes from students expressing their gratitude for the experience they have had on student exchange. On Thursdays, we post one of these notes, sharing the “warm fuzzies” with all of you! Today’s Thank You Thursday is from Alessia from Italy, living in Kansas. This is an awesome opportunity to … Continue reading
Levi from California is currently studying abroad in Italy for a year through Aspect Foundation. In collaboration with Levi, From California to Italia will chronicle his journey through the year realtime. We are excited to kick off the series with his first chronicle below! Now are you ready for a virtual walk through Italy? Parts of Rome, you can … Continue reading
Hear it from an insider why you should study abroad in Italy. Maria Teresa was Aspect Foundation’s inbound exchange student from Italy during the 2014-15 academic year. She studied in Utah, and says “I will forever remember this year as one of the best ones of my life.” She encourages American students to go for the same … Continue reading
Claudia, Aspect student featured in the video, returned home to Italy this past June after finishing her exchange year in Illinois. Carol and Joe, her host parents, wrote to us then about how much of a blessing it was to have her. You can find the post here: https://aspectblog.org/2015/06/29/new-daughters-and-sisters-in-illinois/ In honor of this we have rediscovered … Continue reading
I want to thank everyone I met during my exchange year here in the USA. My host family first of all, for being the best American family I’ll ever have. They welcomed me in their house, and treated me like a daughter/sister. Who does that to someone you have never met before? I mean it’s … Continue reading
If you would like a young person to swoop into your life and capture your heart, host an exchange student. After hosting our first student last year, we were hesitant to host another because we felt that we could never have another experience like our first. In a way, that’s true because each student is … Continue reading