A great was to help with first hand experience is to host and AFSer in
the near future. You may also volunteer to chaperone their sutdents if
you are a registered volunteer. see www.afs.org/usa then click on
volunteer or hosting to have a student or going abroad for going on a
program. Most of their programs are for high school students.
On 11/06/09, my friend went to Malaga Spain last summer for classes
> On 3/26/09, meteach1st wrote:
>> I am looking into Alajuela, Costa Rica...They have a 2 week Spanish
>> program for teachers who want to learn Spanish. You can also extend
>> your stay for more classes. It looks like a good program. Also
>> Costa Rica is much safer than Mexico or other Latin American
>> On 3/23/09, Nancy wrote:
>>> Do you have a site that we might use? I am looking into Coasta
>>> Rica this summer.
>>> On 8/20/08, CM wrote:
>>>> There are many schools/programs in Mexico and Central
>>>> America that are reasonably priced. Just do a search. I
>>>> studied in Cuernavaca, Mexico and had a great experience.
>>>> I've been looking at a program in Granada, Nicaragua also.
>>>> On 8/06/08, Anne wrote:
>>>>> I am looking into Spanish immersion programs and was
>>>>> wondering if anyone had any advise. I am currently looking
>>>>> for a job and thought that I might be more marketable if I
>>>>> learned Spanish. All feedback is welcome.
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