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Posts Tagged ‘travel’

  • Why You Should Take a Voyage with Semester at Sea

    Sep 30, 2013 • Ryan Dwyer • College TipsRead More »
    Why You Should Take a Voyage with Semester at Sea

    During my sophomore year of college, I began to get restless. I was enjoying college, but I wanted to get out and see the world. None of the study abroad programs offered by my school fit my academic track very well, so after an initial suggestion from a friend I decided to sign up for [&hellip...

  • Travel Tips to Live by for College Students and Recent Grads

    Sep 5, 2013 • Sarah Teczar • College LifeRead More »
    Travel Tips to Live by for College Students and Recent Grads

    When I went to Paris as a junior in college, it was my first time going abroad by myself, so I listened to advice of others who had done it before, but learned a few things as well. Whether you’re preparing to study abroad, taking a road trip across the country with your friends, or [&hellip...

  • Teaching Abroad: You’ll Learn More Than Your Students Will

    Aug 30, 2013 • Sarah Teczar • Work & InternshipsRead More »
    Teaching Abroad: You’ll Learn More Than Your Students Will

    Deciding to spend a year teaching English in France after I graduated from college was almost a no-brainer for me. I had studied in Paris for one semester as a junior, but felt I hadn’t had enough time to fully adapt to the culture. Living and teaching abroad proved to be drastically different from that [&hellip...

  • Travel Jobs: Why Teaching English Abroad Is the Best Option

    Aug 22, 2013 • Kevin Wandrei • Work & InternshipsRead More »
    Travel Jobs: Why Teaching English Abroad Is the Best Option

    When I graduated from college, travel was my top priority. I regretted my decision not to study abroad, and hoped to mitigate that regret by looking for travel jobs after graduation. Thankfully, there were copious opportunities to work abroad, especially in teaching. For most American students with limited foreign language skills and few connections abroad [&hellip...

  • College Reading List: 5 Books That Inspire Travel

    May 7, 2013 • Textbooks.com • College LifeRead More »
    College Reading List: 5 Books That Inspire Travel

    It’s April. You’re ready to close the book on another long semester. With finals on the horizon, we’d bet the phrase “three months off” has never sounded sweeter. But, you know, your education doesn’t quit when you’re not in class. Over break, it just takes on a new shape! Summer is student travel season, and [&hellip...