Of all the experiences I had during my gap year in Nicaragua, living with a host family was the most valuable. Learning to adapt and live with other people is such a a good life skill, and I feel confident that I’ll be able to handle any roommate that I might have in college. My Spanish has also vastly improved by all the time I’ve spent with my host brothers. It truly feels like I belong to another family, and it can be easy to forget that I haven’t known them my entire life. I’m fortunate to have gotten to know each and every member of my host family, and I’m sure that the bonds I’ve made with them will not break.
- Shared Goals: How AMIGOS Partners with Educators - October 13, 2017
- La que siembra cosecha – Laying the Foundation for an AMIGOS Summer - June 26, 2017