"An extraordinary journey in good company"
Did you know our social media is student-powered?
Ellen Shepard '18
Ellen is currently a sophomore in the College of Arts and Sciences at Cornell University where she intends to major in American Studies with Minors in International Relations and Russian. She got involved with the Cornell Alumni Association Travel Program as a Social Media Manager this summer, finding creative and fun posts to share with the alumni community. Passionate about travel and other cultures, working with the organization has been an exciting and educational journey for her. On campus, Ellen is involved in the Women’s Varsity Track and Field program where she competes in the short sprints in both the winter and spring seasons. She is also a member of the 400 Club, an honor given to athletes who receive a 4.0 during a semester at Cornell. She will continue to manage the Alumni Association Travel Program’s Social Media pages throughout this semester.
Some of your favorite posts by Ellen:
"Globes may not be the travel planner of choice anymore (were they
ever?), but there's no denying that they've become a symbol of worldly
adventure." Watch this cool video to see the disappearing art of
We all like to think we are good at spotting "tourist traps", but are we
really? Here are some tips on how to avoid them, and find yummy local
restaurants that won't cost a fortune!
Happy Friday everyone! What if we told you that you could travel the
world AND become more successful from doing so? Sounds good to us! Check
out this article!