And you thought Spanish in the classroom was tough . . .
Here's a picture we got from Tom, who went to Venezuela in summer 2006. He chose his program because it was an opportunity to meet the second language requirement. And he got some adventure to boot! He can now add Spanish language proficiencty to his resume, which should open up some opportunities if he continues to be interested in health care. Did you choose an international experience that was NOT directly related to your main academic or career interests? How did it work out for you?