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USF Army Cadet Studying Russian in Narva, Estonia with Project Global Officer (GO)
Army ROTC Cadet Stormy Lindsay is in Narva, Estonia to study Russian in a program funded by Project Global Officer (GO). Cadet Lindsay recently completed her second year of Army ROTC at USF and is a Criminology major who plans to double major in Russian after successfully completing Russian I and II this past academic year. After learning about Project GO from a fellow cadet and looking into various programs offered, she applied for and was accepted by University of Pittsburgh to participate in their Russian language program at Narva College at the University of Tartu in Narva, Estonia.
Cadet Lindsay arrived in Estonia on June 18th along with a small group of ROTC students from other universities/colleges who will be participating in this eight week program. She will be writing about and sharing her experiences with photos in a blog she will maintain during her time in Estonia. Her goal is to encourage and inform other ROTC students about Project GO through her own experiences and to inform the general population about one of the unique opportunities that ROTC students can participate in.
Check out Cadet Lindsay's blog and see what it is like to learn the Russian language while living and studying in Estonia with Project GO. You can access her blog here: https://projectgoestonia2017.wordpress.com/
You can find out more information about Project GO including how to apply to their programs here: http://www.rotcprojectgo.org