We must dare to think ‘unthinkable’ thoughts. We must learn to explore all the options and possibilities that confront us in a complex and rapidly changing world.
I had the privilege of teaching, living, and learning in Podgorica, Montenegro as a recipient of a Fulbright English Language Teaching Assistantship from 2013-2014. While there, I taught multiple courses at the University of Montenegro; facilitated a variety of cultural and leadership programs at the U.S. Department of State’s three American Corners Libraries in the country; and built friendships that will last a lifetime.
The mission of the Fulbright Program is to increase mutual understanding between the people of the United States and those of other countries. I am forever grateful for my Fulbright experience and continue to advocate for the importance of person-to-person diplomacy and the critical work of Fulbright. Please feel free to connect with me if you have any questions about my experience or read my advice piece on Profellow – Teaching Abroad: Insights From Fulbright ETA Fellow Kate Poisson.
Disclaimer: While some parts of my blog were written during my grant year, this is not an official Department of State website, and that the views and information presented are my own and do not represent the Fulbright Program, the Department of State, or any of my past/current employers.
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