This summer we asked CIEE Work & Travel USA participants to share their stories in a series of four photo contests through our Facebook page. We received hundreds of incredible photos, and we had a hard time choosing the winners, so we are sharing some highlights on the blog. Missed Part 1? Read it here. We'll be posting parts 3 and 4 soon!
Winner, "Favorite U.S. Memory:"
“This was probably the last volleyball match we ever played together as one family. Like the game itself, we exchanged cultures and experiences with one another like a team during my time here; slowly realizing that even though we are all differently cultured, we also have so much in common as human beings.” – Nicolas Xiao En Wong, from Malaysia
“I look forward to going to work each day to share with these wonderful ladies. #where culture mix” – Kacy-Ann Crosdale, from Jamaica
“Climbing Electric Peak (10,969 ft.) was one of the most amazing and challenging things I've ever done, but also the craziest. The entire hike was 20.6 miles long and we did it in one day. After a few miles through plains, forest and sagebrush grasslands, we started rock climbing. It was incredibly beautiful all the way.” – Carla Humita, from Romania
“We all, people from HR, decided to make the CP safer and cleaner place to have rest and work. We organized the Green Day;) Hope, everybody will support our initiative” – Polina Pelyukhnya, from Ukraine
“Mt Crested Butte” – Dmitriy Kuzin, from Russia