Autumn Alumni Reunion Recap

As anyone who has studied abroad will tell you, the experiences, the places, and the adventures are among some of the most unforgettable aspects of any study abroad program. However, undoubtedly one of the most memorable parts of any experience abroad is the people you share these experiences with. Lotus Educational Foundation’s study abroad programs bring people together from all over the world. After our time in China, we all return to our respective homes with our memories and experiences together – and while modern technology has allowed us to keep in contact with relative ease via e-mail and Skype, somehow when we’re brought back together, it’s easy to fall in step again and feel like no time has passed at all.

While reunions are difficult given the international scope of Lotus’ reach – people from all over the world come together to study in Beijing through Lotus – it is an exciting thing to be apart of when they can happen. Recently, Lotus Educational Foundation hosted an alumni reunion in Washington D.C. Joined by Lotus alumni, their friends and family, and students interested in studying with Lotus in the near future, over 40 people attended to discuss their experiences and learn more about what Lotus Educational Foundation has been up to in the international community.

With new programs on the agenda for next year, alumni from a variety of different past programs, and students interested in studying in China in the future, the reunion was a wild success. Alumni had fun sharing and swapping stories – students interested in studying abroad learned more about Lotus – and some of Lotus’ directors had a chance to talk about some of the exciting things ahead for the non-profit study abroad organization. Indeed, it was such a good time that we have hopes to host another reunion soon!

Check out some of the pictures!

 

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