A Community that Works Together

By Paola Tiguila When describing what makes a great community, the definition often includes: love and respect for each other, extending a helping hand to our neighbors and taking care

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The Next Weeks to Come

By Ileana Navas The last two weeks have been more of a personal experience for me and now I have embarked on the professional path with the next weeks to

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Dynamic, Diverse all over the Place

By Laura Trejo Chirino During the past two weeks, I saw wonders from several places in the United States: Massachusetts, New York, and Texas. I witnessed their architecture, ate their

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I am Changing my Leaves

By Eduardo Barrita Martínez (Mexico) Leaves turn brown and fall from the trees, being separated from their branches, but it is still there, a strong tree, with its roots, getting

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There is Always a First Time for Everything

By Paulina Macías Coutiño (Chiapas, México) There is always a first time for everything, as a Professional Fellow I have learned that the first times are full of challenges and

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Travel is the Best Way to Learn

By Irving Barrera One of the quotes by the American writer Mark Twain that I like the most is: “One must travel to learn”. Last week I started a 6-week

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My Dreams Have Come True

By Marta Xicay Ten years ago, I started studying English as a second language. While working, I met new friends from the United States who shared their stories with me.

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Amina El Hajjami – Southeast Asian Coalition of Central Massachusetts

My name Amina El Hajjami, I’m 35 years old and I live in Marrakech, Morocco. I work at the High Atlas Foundation as Director of Projects. It is amazing to

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Aafaf Lamzaiti – ReGreen Springfield

Within the first week, I had the opportunity, thanks to my host Mr. David Bloniarz, to join The Nature of Cities Festival; a week-long conference that has over 300 speakers.

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