Rachel Amba, Langara College

Rachel Abma, Langara College, winner of the BC Study Abroad: Stories from Abroad Scholarship

Growing up in Abbotsford, Rachel always knew that she wanted to pursue her studies in Vancouver. Rachel loves the sciences and the arts, focusing on business but always working on artistic projects such as interior design and furniture restoration. Unsure of which of her passions she wished to make her career, Rachel began taking classes at Langara College while working and exploring life in the city. At Langara she happily discovered her love for marketing, writing, and the humanities. In May she will be taking part in a European Field Study to Italy and London, honing her writing and photography skills through her travel blog while exploring the human and physical geography of these regions. Rachel is ecstatic to expand her international experience and further her education in this exciting hands-on opportunity.

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