Dalton Stubbs

Our next featured blog comes from Dalton Stubbs, a student from Georgia Southern University. Dalton is attending LEAD Cape Town and put together a great to-do list for anyone visiting Cape Town! Don’t Leave Cape Town Without… 1. Climbing Table Mountain: By any means it’s no easy hike. You will sweat, you will struggle, you … Continue Reading »

Nelle Thomas Blog

  Our next featured blog comes from Nelle Thomas, a student at the University of Alabama. Nelle first joined us abroad on GO Rome in 2015 and was later selected to serve as a Community Leader on her campus for the 2015-2016 school year. We are thrilled to have Nelle “LeadAgain” in Cape Town this … Continue Reading »

Dining in Cape Town

  Today’s post comes to us from Shannon Listman from Rowan University. We often say that “life begins at the end of your comfort zone” and it sounds like Shannon really took that to heart during her time in Cape Town. Thanks for sharing, Shannon! Five Ways I Got Out of my Comfort Zone in … Continue Reading »

Cape Point

  McKenzie Rowley, a student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, gives us a unique explanation of her Cape Town experience:   My LeadAbroad experience in Cape Town as told by Dr. Seuss “Congratulations! Today is your day. You’re off to Cape Town! You’re off and away!” The day I left for my Lead Abroad adventure … Continue Reading »

Table Mountain View

  Next up on today’s featured blogs is Caroline Kiddie!  While currently on DIRECT Cape Town, Caroline calls Lesley University home during the school year. Hear Caroline’s perspective on her first few days in Cape Town below: Coming from a school that has no Greek life and venturing on this amazing trip can be a … Continue Reading »

  Welcome to the summer 2016 LeadAbroad blog!  We are so excited to feature students on all of our programs from Cape Town to Greece, Rome to Barcelona.  We will be sharing their experiences, perspectives and advice as we progress through this summer.   Kicking us off is Lauren Edwards on DIRECT Greece! Lauren just … Continue Reading »