An experience abroad is a life changing and extraordinarily rewarding adventure. University of Kentucky seniors Kendall Mallory and Courtney Crume are encountering their own adventure at Charles Sturt University and their pilot program, The Scots School in Bathurst, Austrailia.
The duo was featured in Bathurst's Western Advocate newspaper, which highlighted their experience in various programs at Charles Sturt University.
Link to the article in the Western Advocate: http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/2180825/kentucky-women-head-down...
During their eight-week honors placement at The Scot School, the aspiring high school agriculture teachers get to participate in the school’s steer program. Through this program they have had the opportunity to teach students at the Australian school and will be assisting Scots School students at the Sydney Royal Easter Show.
This program and similar programs offered at UK, has given students have the opportunity to gain a new perspective, a perpetual learning experience and skills that will be instrumental in their jobs and in their lives.
Find out more information about this program and similar programs at: http://www.uky.edu/international/select_program