Exploring the Parthenon

Our Greece students have the unique opportunity to hear from Judy Boyle of The NO Project.  Read below about how Sarah Bahm, a sophomore from Louisiana State University, was deeply impacted by the mission of this organization. Today myself and the 18 other Greece direct students got the chance to listen to the wonderful Judy … Continue Reading »

Students at the airport

Anna Lee Price, a junior at the University of Alabama, perfectly describes how most of our students feel when first venturing away from home on a Go Global trip. Check it out below! You’re going to South Africa!!! You are headed to the airport to embark on an adventure of a lifetime without knowing what … Continue Reading »

Students viewing Table Mountain

Evie Copeland, a junior at Appalachian State University, is our very first LEAD Cape Town blogger! Check out her first impressions of this incredible place! When entering Cape Town, South Africa, for the first time, many culture changes, traditions and observations were seen. This city already had my heart with its breath-taking views, food and … Continue Reading »

Katelyn enjoying service day

Go Global’s Direct programs are the perfect fit for students who’ve always wanted to backpack. Read about Katelyn Harvey’s, a junior at the University of Arkansas, experience below! Before I heard about Go Global, my friend and I thought that we just wanted to travel abroad alone. When I heard about Direct and looked into … Continue Reading »

Students making new friends

Cari Grace Lutkins, a senior at the University of Alabama, committed to connect with her fellow students by being intentional on Cape Town Direct.  Don’t miss this great post! For a long time, I have been searching for the real meaning of “being intentional” with everything that I do. Being intentional in relationships, being intentional … Continue Reading »

Michael in Sir Lowry's Pass

Michael Peterson, a junior at Florida Community College at Jacksonville, is our next blogger from Cape Town Direct. We always encourage our students to challenge themselves and step out of their comfort zones, and Michael did just that and found the results to be incredibly rewarding! When I first thought about writing my blog for … Continue Reading »