CAPA The Global Education Network
CAPA The Global Education Network Programs
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CAPA The Global Education Network Reviews
Submitted by Katie - University of FLorida | March 20, 2018
This Program was very helpful in allowing me to pursue my educational goals abroad. Here i was able to intern with a bank in Dublin. As i am a finance major this placement was amazing and has helped me to gain critical experience and intern in the US this summer.
Submitted by Norway Dolan - Merrimack College | March 01, 2018
I loved my experience in Sydney. Over the course of three months, I met and spoke with locals, improved my time- management skills, gained confidence while travelling and interacting with new people, and learned more about Australian culture from living there. I have nothing but good things ti say about my experiences and now definitely have a travel bug!
Dublin: the city I'll never forget with people who have changed me forever
Submitted by A.Real - University of Florida | February 23, 2018
Of course I made life long friends, but I also gained personal values and skills that will stick with me for the rest of my life. CAPA allowed me to develop myself, my understanding of the world and life, and realize how trivial we all can be. I had a chance to step out of my bubble I call America, and see myself, my society for what it truly is. I changed the way I view other cultures because America has fairly ethnocentric views for being a "melting pot" of a country. I had the chance to travel to places where english was NOT their first language so I adapted (so use to the other way around). I even had the chance to intern in Dublin so I had a chance to not only learn about another culture but to work IN that culture. Some experiences are hard for me to verbalize but I promise to anyone, you won't regret a single day. Even if you just lay in bed and procrastinate on your work (which we all do), you will enjoy that lazy day in Ireland. CAPA had all turns, curves, drops, excursions, etc. planned and figured out prior to me even registering for the program. Any question or concern I had during my stay was answered on site or within a few hours. CAPA is prepared and BEYOND qualified to be your study abroad host.
Amazing time abroad
Submitted by Thomas McDonough - Arizona State University | February 19, 2018
I had one of the best time of my life in Ireland. I lived with some of the kindest and warm-hearted people imaginable. My roommates were from Columbia and Germany and we had such a great time together. we always went out together and had great times. Also, the people in the CAPA program were great as well. I spent most of my time with international students and really got to know a lot of different aspects of different cultures. In fact, these people I met abroad invited me to come to their countries whenever I want.
My internship was absolutely amazing. I interned for Ingersoll Rand (IR) in the materials management department. These people helped me learn so much about my field of study (Supply Chain Management) and actually helped me secure another internship with IR for this coming summer. My colleagues invited me to their birthday parties and the Christmas party. They really made me enjoy my time at work and sometimes I would forget to leave when I was supposed to because I was having such a good time with my co-workers.
CAPA abroad, Dublin, Ireland
Submitted by Rebecca Van Spall-Hood - Lasell College | February 05, 2018
CAPA did an incredible job of immersing me into the Dublin culture, as well as preparing me professionally with my fantastic internship opportunity. I was able to work with the Bridge Project, which allowed me to work directly and indirectly with previously violent offenders. Their aim is to reduce recidivism in the Dublin community, and promote healthy relationships with the men and their probation officers. I gained a stronger sense of cultural competence, and learned so much about the history and society of Ireland.