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Teaching Abroad: For the Young & Young At Heart

“You should travel abroad right after graduating from college,” is a common phrase I hear from friends, family and professors. People constantly tell me that will be the only time I will have to travel.  After that comes jobs, family and “adult responsibilities.”
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Marika Travels After College to Teach English in Thailand

Before I decided to teach English in Thailand, I was feeling quite lost and confused in my life back home. Marika and her boyfriend, Ethan, take part in Wai Kru (Teacher Appreciation Day) as part of their Teach English in Thailand program
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Teaching Abroad? Try These Travel Apps

on Aug 4, 2019 3:44:13 PM By | Alexandra LeGrant | 3 Comments | teaching abroad Work Abroad working abroad
So, you’ve signed up for one of GeoVisions’ amazing programs.  Whether you’re teaching abroad in Thailand, or volunteering abroad in Peru- congratulations!  Soon you’ll start making that oh, so important “to pack” list.
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Teaching Abroad in South Korea: From Dream to Reality

I opened my browser and typed the words “teaching abroad in South Korea." This was something I have always fantasized about doing, but never had the courage to take that dream further. For a long time, I dreamt to do something like live and work in a different country, but was also content at the time with living the 9 to 5 life in the same town with all my friends, family and familiarities. What followed in the coming months showed me a side of myself I never knew was there.
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Working Abroad? Let's Celebrate St. Patrick's Day Worldwide

on Aug 3, 2019 6:56:44 PM By | Alexandra LeGrant | 0 Comments | Ireland Work Abroad work abroad working abroad
To all our friends at home, and those working abroad- Happy St. Patrick’s Day! It’s a day to remember Saint Patrick, who is widely known as the "Apostle of Ireland," and to celebrate the heritage and culture of the Irish.  However, you definitely don’t have to be Irish to take part in the festivities.  After all, aren’t we all a little Irish on March 17th?
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