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Kate Mosser

Kate Mosser

"Nobody can discover the world for somebody else. Only when we discover it for ourselves does it become common ground and a common bond and we cease to be alone." -Wendell Berry

After graduating from SUNY Geneseo with a bachelor’s degree in anthropology and a minor in Spanish, Kate immediately took off to pursue her lifelong dream of living overseas. She found herself in the south of Spain, where she happily stayed for the next five years teaching English and exploring Europe and Northern Africa. Kate recently returned home to Buffalo, NY, where she plans to continue teaching and writing, and start making cheese on her family farm.

Articles By Kate Mosser

A Guide to Volunteering Abroad in Iraq Published 10 Oct 2017

The Middle East is a story that has been told since the beginning of mankind. Once the cradle of our civilization and the birthplace of cities, religion, and even writing, recent decades have seen the region decimated from war. Walking its labyrinth o...

These ESL Games for Kids Will Make You Their Fave Teacher Published 02 Oct 2017

Are you ready to teach ESL for children?Teaching ESL for children is no easy task— but with these amazing ESL teaching activities and fun ESL games, you’ll be their fave teacher in no time.Teaching ESL is one of the most rewarding and challenging posit...

A Guide to Studying Abroad in Haiti Published 13 Sep 2017

There’s no denying that Haiti has seen its share of hardships in recent years. But it is also impossible to ignore the irrepressible spirit of its people and their indefatigable fight to get back in Iwa’s good graces. When you study abroad...

A Guide to Volunteering Abroad in Kingston Published 29 Aug 2017

It’s no surprise that the island that invented reggae is the perfect embodiment of the spirit of positive vibes in the face of adversity. And nothing captures this more than volunteering. Volunteer in Kingston and see the Jamaica tourists never ...

A Guide to Volunteering Abroad in Antigua Published 27 Aug 2017

Tucked below the ancient Mayan city of Tikal is Guatemala’s former capital Antigua, a city guarded by towering volcanoes and bustling with the spirit that has kept it alive through attacks by Mother Nature. Antigua holds onto some of the last ve...

A Guide to High School Programs Abroad in Lima Published 16 Jun 2017

Known around the world for its gastronomic prowess, Lima offers so much more than the roasted pollo a la brasa or perfectly prepared ceviche — although we certainly won’t turn either down! It is also the modern seat of the Incan heritage, ...

A Guide to Mechanical Engineering Degrees Abroad Published 15 Jun 2017

Who designs the things that make the world a better place? And who makes it possible to enjoy what we take for granted every day— from your computer and washing machine to your bicycle? Mechanical engineers have their hands in everything, and ha...

Published 30 May 2017

Far from its humble beginnings as a fishing village, Shenzhen is currently one of China’s most rapidly-growing, prosperous economic areas. Like New York, it’s an immigrant city, and, like San Francisco, it has its own high-tech version of ...

A Guide to Studying Abroad in Istanbul Published 11 May 2017

If there was ever a place where rich doses of ancient history could satisfy the occasional hankering for Western comforts, Istanbul might just very well be it. This open-air museum not only displays some of humanity’s finest handiwork, it’...

A Guide to Learning Norwegian in Norway Published 29 Mar 2017

Ahh, Norway. Where a knighted penguin dives into a sea once sailed by the vikings, the midnight sun shines through the night, and modern day socialism is arguably at its best. If you want to learn a Scandinavian language, Norwegian is the best place t...

A Guide to Degrees Abroad in Cyprus Published 27 Mar 2017

“Study in Cyprus? Where’s that?” It may be a place nobody’s heard of, but that just means you can be the first to share stories of its beautiful beaches and long history with your eager-for-news friends and family. With Europe ...

A Guide to Adventure Travel in Namibia Published 16 Mar 2017

Dawn’s light breaks over a thousand-foot dune. Stepping out of your 4x4 and into the world’s oldest desert, you marvel, yet again, at the vastness of the surrounding landscape. You’re in Namibia, a country whose name means “are...

A Guide to Adventure Travel in the British Virgin Islands Published 16 Mar 2017

Ever wonder what it would be like to roam the lands and seas traversed by the likes of Blackbeard and Captain Kidd? During adventures in the British Virgin Islands (BVI), you won’t have to. While the islands boast a laid-back, barefoot sophistic...

A Guide to Japanese Degrees Abroad Published 08 Feb 2017

Are you a travel ninja looking for the next mission? Interested in becoming a superstar of the Japanese language? Why not take your language studies to the next level and get that degree abroad in Japan? If you’re already knee-deep in language s...