Monthly Archives: July 2012

Beantown to Sevilla: Q&A with Ashley

This is our fourth post in our monthly Q&A sessions with international students turned peerTransfer employees. Visit here for last month’s post. Today we’re interviewing Ashley Griffeth, originally from the United States and now our HR Business Partner.  While she currently spends …

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Student Life FAQs

If you’re an incoming, international freshman, you’re probably curious about some of the practical questions when you move to the US.  While you could probably get the answers you’re looking for with extensive Googling, who wants to take the time …

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5 (More) Quick and Easy Ways to Save Your Money

Last month, we posted our first 5 tips in this series and received a fair amount of positive feedback.  So, to the delight of some (and hopefully to the dismay of none), we’ve decided to post another 5 tips this month …

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Top 10 – What I Wish I Had Known Before College

As we’re quickly approaching the back-to-school season, we decided to “pay it forward” in a way and help publish some collective wisdom. What do we mean?  Well, read on. Over the past few months, we talked to many different international …

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The Back-to-School Dorm Checklist

You’ve been accepted.  You received your I-20 and have your visa.  You’ve bought the plane ticket and you’ve let peerTransfer handle your tutition payment. Well, shameless self-promotion aside, your next step is to pack and get ready for your new school …

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