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Have you ever lived or traveled in another country? I have never lived nor traveled to another country outside of North America. Growing up in Arizona in a middle class family there weren’t opportunities to travel abroad, and compared to my friends at home I have practically traveled the world. People don’t get a chance to get out very easily, and coming to Washington DC was the first step I took to be able to have new experiences. I’ve always wanted to travel abroad, and now that I have the chance I have to take it. It is scary and exciting all at the same time. I consider myself well rounded person except for this and I’m so curious to see how things are different and be able to travel to many different countries. Explain why study abroad is important to you. How would a program abroad complement your academic experience? Study Abroad throughout my life has only been an idea or a dream. It has never been a reality. The fact that it may actually happen is something I can’t fully put into words. It is out of my comfort zone, a situation that is totally different then what I am used too and even though that can be frightening, I look forward to the challenge. The
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2010 for the course SMPA 110W taught by Professor Michaeldoyle during the Fall '08 term at GWU.

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