Global Competency Year One: Germany and the Czech Republic

Thinking about applying to be an Amarillo College Global Competency Scholar? Check out the Ranger’s coverage of the program’s first year here:

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PROVIDED PHOTO | Students and instructors prepare to board for the first leg of their trip.

Before traveling:

Course offers students, faculty opportunity for global travel by Amanda Castro-Crist Sept. 11, 2013

Travel program criteria for students announced by Vanessa Garcia and Amanda Castro-Crist Sept. 21, 2013

Global Scholars set to jet by Kayt Huerta March 7, 2014

VIDEO: Excitement builds as departure date nears March 7, 2014

 

 

 

 

AMANDA CASTRO-CRIST | Editor Global competency scholars and instructors ride an elevator in Prague, Czech Republic. Clockwise from left: Judy Carter, honors coordinator; Amanda Castro-Crist; Laura Cabrales; Mike Haynes, a mass communication instructor; Angie Ross, a nursing instructor; Paola Estrada; Andrea Guerrero; Bailie Myers; and Raylyn Bowers, center.
AMANDA CASTRO-CRIST | Editor
Global competency scholars and instructors ride an elevator in Prague, Czech Republic. Clockwise from left: Judy Carter, honors coordinator; Amanda Castro-Crist; Laura Cabrales; Mike Haynes, a mass communication instructor; Angie Ross, a nursing instructor; Paola Estrada; Andrea Guerrero; Bailie Myers; and Raylyn Bowers, center.

Video diaries:

Day one: Mass media majors Andrea Guerrero and Vanessa Garcia

Day two: Mass media majors Amanda Castro-Crist, Vanessa Garcia, Raylyn Bowers and Perla Arellano

Day three: Mass media majors Bailie Myers and Amanda Castro-Crist

Day four: Instructors Mark Shadix and Andrea Blakeman

Day five: Physical sciences major Jessica Doan and forensics sciences major Paolo Estrada

Day six: Nursing major Laura Cabrales and mass media instructor Mike Haynes

Day seven: Geology major Steven Johnson and nursing instructor Angie Ross

Day eight: Travelers say a group goodbye

MORE video, including photo slideshows

 

 

AMANDA CASTRO-CRIST | Editor Travelers visited Dachau concentration camp, the first Nazi concentration camp established in Germany. "Arbeit macht frei" is a German phrase meaning "work makes (you) free."
AMANDA CASTRO-CRIST | Editor
Travelers visited Dachau concentration camp, the first Nazi concentration camp established in Germany. “Arbeit macht frei” is a German phrase meaning “work makes (you) free.”

After returning:

EDITORIAL: Travel: Put your money where your mouth is April 4, 2014

OPINION: Traveling expands horizons by Bailie Myers April 4, 2014

OPINION: Everyone should travel by Andrea Guerrero April 4, 2014

OPINION: Global Scholars: We’ve returned with one suggestion: GO by Amanda Castro-Crist April 4, 2014

AC Report Year End Video Newscast – Travel broadens horizons by Amanda Castro-Crist May 15, 2014

Travel program enters its second year by Aspen Edgar Sept. 25, 2014

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