Texas Partners has been an important player in helping universities in Mexico develop the infrastructure for EMT services. They recently held their first bi-national meeting to continue making headway on the project.
Join us this October in San Miguel de Allende, México for our first annual Higher Education Partnership Conference (HEP 2017).
Overworked, over-caffeinated, and with little opportunity to fit elective courses in their schedules, students studying STEM might not seem like a good fit for study abroad programs. As a result of this assumption, STEM students have been historically underrepresented among students who choose to travel abroad.
"As I began learning about others’ experiences, I increasingly understood my own. The internship helped me realize areas for personal growth and potential future endeavors."
El primer Retiro de Liderazgo Juvenil organizado por Partners of the Americas se llevó a cabo durante el 30 de octubre – 1 de noviembre. Juntos con el apoyo de nuestros capítulos en Jalisco, Wyoming, Texas, Washington, DC entro otros al igual que el apoyo del Instituto Jalisciense de la Juventud tuvimos la oportunidad de convocar a más de 70 jóvenes y ponentes de 9 países para una experiencia transformadora enfocada en la formación de liderazgo y emprendimiento social a través de talleres, experiencias culturales únicas, actividades de formación de equipo, networking y más.
See photos from our 2016 Convention, 100,000 Strong in the Americas Capacity Building Workshop, and Partners-iEARN Bilingualism Workshop.
In 2010 I served as a fellow of the Fulbright Garcia-Robles program, teaching English for one school year in a technological university in Morelos, Mexico. A few weeks into the first semester, I thought to myself, how can I link up these students with classrooms back in the States? After all, in my opinion, immersion paired with practice is the best way to truly master a foreign language.
Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico is rich with historical colonial architecture, colorful art, and natural landmarks. When visiting Jalisco, there are a few places you'll want to make sure you visit. Here, we've gathered the top five can't miss tours in Jalisco.
"We are no longer just designing a piping system; we are helping people get water without a long walk. We are helping them to survive.”
Instituto Cultural Cabañas is a compound full of stories. The space has had many identities throughout the centuries including that of a hospital, orphanage, school, and military barrack. Now, it serves as an art museum and UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is known for its unique architecture and murals, and modern legends even claim that it is haunted.