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More or Less What I Think

This post is from student blogger Troy Wilkinson from Colorado State University, Journalism and Global Environmental Sustainability Major studying in Thimphu, Bhutan. In a week I’ll be day-dreaming at San Francisco International Airport. Well, it’ll be midnight actually, so maybe I’ll just be nodding off and on while I wait to pass through security. Either way, I [...]

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API’s New Media Programs – Study Abroad Meets Social Media

Travel writing, photography, and videography are not only great ways to chronicle and share your study abroad or international experience today, they can be invaluable tools to demonstrate what you’ve learned and how you’ve grown as a person (when applying for graduate school and/or future jobs). API encourages our participants to take advantage of their natural creativity and enthusiasm and showcase it for others through their social media profiles and through official API channels and programs.

On this page you will find links to the API Blogger Program and the #ISPYAPI Photo Contest. We encourage our students, participants and alumni to apply for these programs if they are interested in showing the world their creative side!

Click the following links for more information about the API Blogger Program:

API Blogger Program

Submit a Guest Post to the API Blog

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Remember to share your travel experiences with API! As you explore your new host city and do additional traveling, we encourage you to share your photos and journey on social media. Be sure to tag your photos on Instagram and Twitter with the #ispyapi hashtag, and when possible, @ mention us @apiabroad. Your photos may end up on API’s social media profiles, and you could also win an Amazon gift card or other API swag/prizes!

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