The Community section is the heart of the people-oriented online GUIDEPOST magazine. It covers people of all nationalities living in Spain — particularly though not exclusively those who are residing in Madrid — and their exciting life. The operative word in the Community is “international”.
Be sure to check out all main features: Embassy Row, the International Organizations and Clubs, and The Scene.
Learn about unique U.S. higher education opportunities. The EducationUSA Spain center is part of the U.S. Department of State’s global EducationUSA network and offers accurate, comprehensive, and current information to help you navigate the application process and prepare for study in the U.S.
Hats off to the Filipino hospitality! Mabuhay!
Join the American Club for an "All-you-can-eat" iconic American-style July 4th dinner!
Madrid begins Pride Week on June 28 to commemorate the Stonewall riots in New York City beginning in 1969. At the time, Spain was still under the Franco regime, which declared homosexuals as “dangerous” people with “the lowest levels of morality”. Four years after Franco’s death, on June 25, 1978, at the beginning of La Movida Madrileña, Madrid held it’s first Pride (Orgullo) March
It's film-making too!
To inhabit a city for 34 years yet still maintain the perceptive and ever-roaming eyes of a stranger is a gift which John Liddy shares in the title poem “Madrid”
The ASEAN University Fair will provide a unique platform for Spanish students and academics to meet and gain information from ASEAN universities in one venue. The expert team from the ASEAN universities can help participants make the right choices by fully explaining entry requirements and the application process. The fair will promote networking among representatives of universities of ASEAN and Spain for the purpose of developing double degree programs and exchanging scholarships
A unique, rivetting, witty, and even hilarious account of the historic days immediately following the end of the 8-year negotiation for Spain's membership in the European Common Market: “It was difficult and freakish work.”
“Litrato: Una Mirada al Alma de los Filipinos en España” (Litrato: A Glimpse of the Filipino Soul in Spain) seeks to provide the Spanish people an opportunity to recognize and appreciate the artistic talents of Filipinos in Spain who are better known and admired for their dedication and excellence at work.
This February the American Club has an important "Need to Know" opportunity in addition to its regular Happy Hour and Leads group. Please join one or all!