Corbett Scholar Blog

Our Corbett Scholars share a lot of the experiences that many students do while abroad – but they also have unique and exciting ones that are all their own.

The Corbett British Columbia-Washington International Exchange Program is special because it asks participants to consider the Canada-U.S. relationship in everything they do. During their year abroad, they will encounter some of the nuances that define this close political and cultural relationship. They will learn about the specific features of the Pacific Northwest ecosystem, study the differences between Canadian and American policies on healthcare, education, climate and more, and will see in action the shared values and cultural touchstones that are unique to our region.

As they do these things, we have asked them to share with us. Keep up with their experiences by watching this news space!

Confidence through community — Corbett Scholar Grace Martindale

April 8, 2024

Photo of Grace Martindale

Among swaths of similarity exist differences in detail — Corbett Scholar Ellie Chew

December 15, 2023

Three young women ride the Link light rail in Seattle

End-of-year reception for Corbett Scholars and alumni

June 27, 2023

Corbett Exchange Program alumni and donors

Corbett Virtual Exchange Program – a successful second year

July 5, 2022

Screenshot of a Zoom gathering of Corbett Virtual Exchange Students, Center staff, and other supporters.

Corbett Virtual Scholar named to Husky 100

April 29, 2022

Headshot of Andrea Scallon in front of a leafy green background. She smiles, wearing a black blazer and a white top, and wears a delicate gold necklace.

More than just a friendly neighbor — Corbett Scholar Kelsey Rudes

April 18, 2022

The sea we share — Corbett Scholar Navid Saadati

April 14, 2022

Rocky outcrop into the Salish Sea with a small pebble beach. A blue sky background and golden grass in the foreground.

Finding focus in chaos — Corbett Scholar Penelope Lilley

April 11, 2022

A day trip to Point Roberts — Corbett Scholar Justin Wong

April 5, 2022