If your school closes on the Thanksgiving holiday, don’t worry! Colibri Boston provides a fun, supervised stays in the heart of downtown Boston during holiday breaks when boarding school dorms are closed. Reasons why our Thanksgiving Break Program is perfect: 1. Location: Students stay in a nice hostel in the middle of Boston with access to historic sites and the world’s top universities. We take students to visit Harvard, … Continue reading Where International Students Go For Thanksgiving?
When boarding school dorms are closed for the holidays, Colibri Boston offers camps in downtown Boston for international students. This year, our Thanksgiving Break Program counselors are a diverse and energetic group. Sasinat (Patty) Chindapol Education: Harvard College ’19 Hometown: Bangkok, Thailand Languages Spoken: English, Thai, Mandarin Chinese Favorite Foods: Anything sweet Fun Fact: I scuba dive! Currently in her first year at Harvard University, … Continue reading Meet Our Thanksgiving Camp Counselors & Tutors
People often ask us where we got our name Colibri Boston. Explaining our story to clients and business partners made me realize there’s a little treasure hidden beneath a name: founders’ dreams, aspirations, or historical legacy. Analyzing those names is like opening a time capsule and reaching into your company or school roots. Follow my blog with Bloglovin Below we present the story behind our name … Continue reading A Look Behind the Names of the World’s Most Famous Companies & Schools
Comparative Study Tour: Focus on Inclusive Policies, Practices, and Education Reforms in Poland Lublin, Kraków and Warsaw, Poland Follow my blog with Bloglovin Colibri Boston, in collaboration with University of Massachusetts Boston and John Paul II University in Lublin, Poland is pleased to announce the following faculty-led trip for study abroad. Dates: March 12-20, 2016. Program Highlights Participate in a comparative professional issues seminar with students and faculty … Continue reading Poland as Our Classroom: Study Tour with UMass Boston
We as a society are rapidly evolving into a shared economy. Fueled by rising housing prices and a basal instinct to feel part of a community, many people are sharing their work spaces, vehicles and homes with complete strangers. Hosting international students has become just another model of this trend. The term “sharing economy” began to appear in the mid-2000s, as new business structures emerged … Continue reading Another Model in the Shared Economy Trend: Host an International Student