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Teaching Abroad in Italy

Ciao! My name is Leanne. I’m from Rochester, NY. 
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Why Six Weeks in Italy Will Change Your Life

After graduating college and getting myself a job as a 5th grade teacher, I saw many people in my life making choices about their future that I wasn’t ready to make. I saw many of my friends get married and start to settle down, but I wasn’t ready.
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Travel to Italy: Pizza, Pasta & Family

on Aug 4, 2019 12:54:20 PM By | Alexandra LeGrant | 0 Comments | Italy family abroad volunteer teach Volunteer Teach
Living with a host family in Italy and teaching in a local school is one of the best volunteer abroad programs someone can do. Dee Murray, of Philadelphia, says filling out GeoVisons’ application to be placed with a host family abroad was a bit like online dating.   But she admits GeoVisons “got it right” when they placed her with her with “the most perfect” host family in Italy three years ago.  She says living with a family in Italy and volunteer teaching in a local school is one of the best volunteer abroad programs out there.
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Why I Chose to Teach English Abroad in France

Last year before I began my teaching career, I was very unhappy in an administrative retail job that wasn't a fit for me. I knew I wanted to teach; and when I was offered a position teaching middle school in a neighboring town, I was thrilled.
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GeoVisions' Newest Program: Teach English to Monks & Nuns In Myanmar

“New programs are a lot of fun and full of promise. Putting together a new one gives me energy and excitement. Nothing, though, has excited me quite like our newest program of teaching English to monks and nuns in Myanmar.” --Randy LeGrant, GeoVisions' Executive Director
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