The scholars arrived in Germany with a jam packed 9 day trip that included stops in Berlin, Frankfurt, and the small town of Goslar. Each day was planned with activities ranging from visiting historical sites such as Checkpoint Charlie to tourist hot spots that included the Holocaust Memorial and of course, the local PwC Office. The scholars also received a taste of the Germanic culture through the local cuisine, namely, Curry Wurst, and participated in the local night life. The international trip was an extraordinary experience as not only were we able to travel to a different country, but it also brought together scholars from different ages. This fostered inter-scholar networking to which every alumni-scholar attributed to as what “made” the trip. So, if you have the chance to attend one of these trips, take advantage and get ready for an amazing experience.” -Joshua Suen, graduated 2013

“I had been hearing about the international trips that the Scholars do since I was a Senior in high school and still deciding whether or not to come to Binghamton. Needless to say, I was very excited when I finally had the opportunity to go to Germany. I thought the trip was amazing in every way and far exceeded any expectations I had formed from listening to friends that had gone on past trips. I loved how jam-packed every day of the trip was, from museums and fancy dinners, to Karaoke and walking the trading floor of the Deutsche Boerse. A highlight for me was visiting the medieval towns of Rothenburg and Gosler. I loved how as a younger member on the trip I was able to spend a huge amount of time with Seniors and Grad Students as well as network with the PwC recruiters and partners. We were the first ones to go to the top floor of the then brand new PwC tower in Frankfurt.” -Theo Baktidy, graduated 2014