As colleges prepare students to participate in the global economy, more institutions are integrating international education into their core curricula so students can achieve global competence without having to leave campus.
Travel writer, international educator, mom
Jessie Voigts has a PhD in International Education, has lived and worked in Japan and London, and traveled around the world. She’s published six books about travel and intercultural learning, with more on the way. Jessie is constantly looking for ways to increase intercultural understanding, and is passionate sharing the world through her site, Wandering Educators. She loves study abroad, is one of the most influential travel bloggers and a White House Travel Blogger, and is co-founder of Writing Walking Women. She founded and directs the Youth Travel Blogging Mentorship Program, teaching teens all around the world.