The MediaLab is excited to welcome two new media interns for the Fall ’19 semester: Claire Jeantheau and Abby Wolfe! Beginning this week, they will be sharing their own study abroad experiences and highlighting the experiences of other students through the CYA blog and social media. Here is an introduction to the duo:
Over the next couple of months, CYA will be on the road visiting more than 85 Colleges and Study Abroad Fairs across the U.S. to spread the word about the transformative experience of studying abroad in Greece!
During this fair season, the CYA team has many valuable allies; our passionate alumni who share their personal stories and help us engage with partners and recruit future students.
We are also very happy to welcome three new members to the CYA team, who will be on the road over the next two months proudly representing our school: Rachael Bittick (Fall ’17), Cara Johnson (Fall ’17), and Emily Parker (Fall ’17):
Digital Archaeology in CYA
When exploring programs abroad, CYA initially sparked my interest due to its unique course offerings. One of the courses I was most excited about taking was Introduction to Digital Archaeology and Virtual Reality.
This fall CYA participated in 85 Study Abroad Fairs across the U.S., promoting the life-changing experience of living and studying in Greece. For more than two months, our tireless team was on the road, engaging with partners and students and spreading the word about the benefits of studying abroad.
Dayonni Phillips participates in ‘Diversity in Anthropology’ program in Minneapolis
One of CYA’s own, Dayonni Phillips (pictured: far right), recently flew from Athens to Minneapolis for a three-day graduate diversity recruitment weekend titled ‘Diversity in Anthropology’ at the University of Minnesota. Media Lab intern, Kalei Oliver (an anthropology major like Dayonni), interviewed her to learn more about her all-expenses-paid recruitment weekend in the States.
It is the beginning of a new semester at CYA and we are curious to know what our interns think of Greece so far. Here’s a video of the 5 first things Alexandra, Kalei and Rachel noticed about their new home, complete with stunning pictures!
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Welcome to CYA
CYA is a non-profit educational institution that has been offering semester, academic year, and summer study abroad programs in Greece for over 5 decades. We are proud to be on the GoAbroad list of Top Study Abroad programs of 2017.
We are among the most elite international program providers, illustrating an exceptional dedication to the field and the ability to provide extraordinary program experiences in Greece.
Our devoted staff, faculty, and beloved alumni contribute to making CYA a truly life-changing educational experience.
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