Cape Coast Slave "Castle"
Abundant Grace International School
We traveled from Accra to Cape Coast to come together with the students and staff of Abundant Grace International School. A beautiful celebration, we even danced in the rain as we shared the generous donations from our fundraiser in New York City. Six suitcases filled with school supplies and check for $3,000 all in of support the educational and infrastructure needs of the school.
Kakum National Park Canopy Walk
Elevated 130 feet above the forest floor, The Kakum Canopy Walk is a bucket-list must while in Ghana!
Seven wooden walkway bridges stretching 1,150 ft over the Kakum River, providing breathtaking treetop views of The Kakum National Park.
Our courageous IAC Student Ambassadors conquered all seven bridges.
The Mennonites of Belize
Forming different religious bodies and come from variety of ethnic backgrounds, some of whom live traditional and conservative lifestyles while others have modernized to household furniture and constructing houses as well contributing to the carpentry, engineering and agricultural industries of Belize.
Our students had an UnBelizeable experience! They are so creative and savy, check out this cool video recap by Ashely, I AM C.U.L.T.U.R.E.D Youth Ambassador.
Teamwork makes the dream work. Late nights and early mornings, our chaperone sqaud made sure the IAC Student Travelers had an UnBelizeable experience.
Adventure and exciting new experience await our I AM C.U.L.T.U.R.E.D. Student Ambassador miles away from here!
Don't Listen To What They Say. Go And See It For Yourself
No time to waste after a safe arrival. In the streets of Havana, Cuba
"Explore the world with an open mind, a sturdy carry-on and clothes that wrinkle." - Madeleine Albright
Vieja Linda, Ciudad De La Habana
Your wing already exist. All you have to do is fly!
"Let The World Be Your Classroom"
Museum of the Revolution
Vedado, La Habana
Ready for a late night treat at Coppelia, Cuba's largest ice cream parlor. Yum!
Hotel Ambos Mundos
Our I AM C.U.L.T.U.R.E.D. Student Ambassadors visit Hotel Ambos Mundos room 511, Ernest Hemingway's first residence in Cuba from 1932-1939. The room is set up as it would have looked during Hemingway's stay. It is in this room where Hemingway began to write,"For Whom The Bells Tolls."
El Museo Hemingway
Our I AM C.U.L.T.U.R.E.D. Student Ambassadors visit Ernest Hemingway's home in Sam Francisco de Paula. It was purchased in 1940
Our IAC Student Ambassadors visit made new friends while visiting Muraleando, a community project uniting the neighborhood the arts
He's coming for everything they said he could not have!
She's a dreamer, a doer, a thinker. She sees possibility everywhere!
She believed she could, so she did!
She has fire in her soul and love in heart. Add her vision and she is unstoppable!
Her soul is fierce, her heart is brave, her mind is strong!