This is part 4 of a 5 part series on The White House Travel Blogging Summit. Start from part 1.
On December 9th, 2015, The White House hosted the top 100 bloggers and digital media influencers in travel to hold a conversation about their study abroad initiatives to foster global citizenship. In the room were some of the biggest names in travel, from online to television, along with senior White House administration officials, including the Chief of Staff. I still can’t believe I was included.
I want to be able to share the entire summit experience with you so I created a 5-part podcast miniseries designed to bring you with me to the event. In it we’ll cover why The White House did this, what it was like to be there, and dive into the ideas and thoughts around the topic of study abroad and travel in general. But above those things, my goal is simple. I want this show to inspire just one person to study abroad. To go from thinking, “That’s something I’d like to do” to actually taking the steps to applying or booking that experience.
Putting out these episodes all by myself is a lot of work! Thanks for your patience. I’d love to hear your thoughts on the episode, studying abroad, the summit itself, or anything else in the comments or on Facebook. I’ll also be including a round up post of all the episodes and information to help you explore this event or find the right opportunity to study abroad.
Music credit: Music by Dexter Britain, Intrepid Journey, by Aaron Static
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