English Language Fellow Tylie Cramer participated in three separate “Meet and Greets” at the IICANA stand during the Cordoba “Feria del Libro.” This event occurred over the duration of two weeks. The Fellow provided the public an opportunity to converse in English or Spanish with an English-native speaker and US citizen. Topics covered in the conversation included, English language learning, US culture and “Cordobes” or Argentine culture.

This activity promoted the activities of IICANA with the greater public of Cordoba. Cramer’s participation in the meet and greet allowed her to speak with a wider range of people in the city of Cordoba, and share her experience living as a Fellow.

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