In this episode of the “The Places You Can Go.” Host Evan Kindle welcomes Chelsea Tajon and JD Foutch, students from the University of Hawaii at Manoa, who share their transformative experiences studying abroad at the International College of Seville. Delving into the theme of building confidence and personal development while living abroad, they highlight the crucial role of host families in fostering independence and communication skills. Through candid reflections, Chelsea and JD reveal how navigating cultural differences with their host families strengthened their resilience and self-assurance. From navigating Spain’s diverse landscapes to venturing into other parts of Europe and Northern Africa, they recount unforgettable moments that pushed them out of their comfort zones, drawing on the foundation laid by their host family relationships. Join us as we unravel the profound impact of cultural immersion on personal growth and understanding. Listen to the full episode on Spotify or Apple Podcast.

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