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AIFS Summer Travel Program: European Art & Architecture

Krystal WatersKrystal Waters participated in the AIFS "European Art and Architecture" summer program. Krystal currently lives in Reno, NV and is a currently student at the University of Nevada, Reno. Last fall Krystal made the conscious decision to return full-time and finally obtain her degree and is currently studying English. Aside from attending the University, she also works there full-time at USAC (University Study Abroad Consortium) in the Accounting Department, and enviously helps other students as they prepare for their future study abroad adventures.

Krystal Waters in SwitzerlandWhy did you decide to study abroad with AIFS?

Krystal Waters getting dressed for success!

Krystal: I literally woke up one morning and decided that I wanted to study abroad. I sort of had a hard time transitioning from high school to college, but one thing that I knew for sure was that I wanted to travel and experience things outside of my neighborhood. I never really thought that it would be something I would be able to do, mainly financially, but also because I work full-time and fully support myself. But the more I thought about it, the more I began to research it a bit further, and then I just finally made the decision to actually do it.

It took me about an hour to find the program that I wanted to do. It took me another hour to apply for a student loan, and within a week I had everything ready to go! The program I chose was a four week summer course, but luckily at that time, I worked for a great company that was completely supportive of my decision.


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D- lots of things

by NeighborsCat

Study even harder
attempt to get internships for work experience
live in a frat house in boston over the summer (with other girls renting) instead of going home to mom's house
go junior year abroad and experience europe (I kick myself for not doing that)
have a more open mind about guys, and find a steady/serious BF.

Warning--after you have found "the" one

by bandgeek

There will still be times you wonder if you made the right decision!
I agree w/ techiemom--enjoy yourself! don't worry so much about the guys. Work on figuring out who YOU are! Trust me! I met my husband when I was 18, less than a month out of college. We have had many many ups and downs, some rather extreme! From time to time I still wish I had met him 5 years later! I never got to go to Vegas when my friends went. I haven't been to Europe for a study-abroad program. There are so many things you can do while you are young and unattached! Even still being a nanny! I had a friend from KS go to NYC to nanny for a family

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