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Topic Started: Mon Mar 2, 2015 10:01 pm (357 Views)

I'm definitely not a Senegal expert, as I was only there for a relatively short summer program, but I can answer questions about packing/being female in Senegal/places to go/basic aspects of Senegalese culture. I wish my experience was a bit more "exchangey", but I took every opportunity to spend time with my host family and learn as much as possible about the culture. I don't think it's an option for high school students at the time - CIEE does not offer it anymore for high schoolers - but I know CIEE offers college programs.
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