Randolph-Macon students and recent grads are all over the world doing fascinating things: studying abroad, naturally, but also learning about international business through internships, teaching, attending graduate school, volunteering with the Peace Corps... Here are some of their stories!
Student & Alumni Voices from Abroad
Ciao! Senior Tabitha Butler is spending fall semester in Turin, Italy. She recently took over R-MC’s Snapchat account, sharing a day in her life as a study-abroad student. Gelato, anyone?
Wandering in France:
Sarena Tien spent her junior year at the University of Nice in southern France, graduated from R-MC in 2016, and has returned to a small town in northern France as a teaching assistant for 2016-17. Her observations have already taken 3rd place in a writing contest, and she updates her blog frequently - check it out!
Abroad in Kyoto:
Junior Erika Lore is spending the fall 2016 semester at Kansai Gaidai University in Kyoto, Japan, and likes it so much she doesn't really want to come back. Find out why!
J.D. Rackey graduated in 2015 with majors in political science and music and an education minor. He surprised many of us by heading off to China after graduation and wrote eloquently about his experiences teaching there.
Jackets in Japan:
Follow the adventures of a J-term 2016 Comparative Education course as they travel in Japan.
Natalie in Malaga:
Natalie Meyer recently spent spring semester of her sophomore year in Malaga, Spain on an ISEP exchange.
Stanley Bizub graduated from R-MC with majors in Chemistry and German and spent a semester at the Technische Universitat in Dortmund, Germany as an undergrad. He is a Peace Corps volunteer in far away Georgia, and blogs about his life there.