Students from Georgetown's School of Foreign Service laying a wreath at the tomb of Simon Bolivar in Caracas
Luis F. Toro
The Foreign Service School began classes in February 1919, with an initial enrollment of 62. In June and July of 1920, a group of students from the School went to Venezuela to study trade and economic conditions. The students stayed with local families to practice their Spanish. This trip may be the first study abroad program undertaken by an American University.
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Reception for students from Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service, held in the office of Mayor W. Freeland Kendrick of Philadelphia Philadelphia Port Authority (1926-05-08)