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Erin Oppenheim at Fox Glacier, New Zealand

Erin Oppenheim is the PR/Marketing Intern, and a junior at Colorado State University studying journalism with a minor in French. She loves music, listening to it, playing it, going to concerts, just everything music. And she’s a Texas transplant, a Tex-pat, if you will, originally from El Paso, Texas who loves puns. The worse they are, the better.

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With the launch of the new GoAbroad Internship Institute, the GoAbroad team is pleased to introduce you to the new faces who are working out of our Fort Collins, CO headquarters this summer. Today we sit down to learn more about Kathryn Kutchin, who is working as the GoAbroad HQ Intern.

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The World Cup Guide To Brazil

The games are just half the fun. All of the events, parties, and sights in this Brazilian Paradise are what make the experience so unique and this list will help you find the best sites, decide what to eat, and know where to stay.

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NAFSA 2014 Annual Conference & Expo Banner

It’s that time of year where I’ve got my head down and focused on the massive amounts of projects, presentations, and meeting prep that is integral to the Annual NAFSA Conference & Expo. As it tiptoes steadily forward (stomps is more like it), it got me thinking about all the memories, lessons learned, and enriching experiences to be found at the Annual NAFSA Conference. And in addition to those, how to make sure you make the most of them!

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A Girl's Guide to Study Abroad in Greece

Greece is situated at a crossroads: it borders the Mediterranean to the South, the Balkans to the North and Turkey to the East. When I studied abroad in Greece in 2011, I found it to be equal parts chaotic, unpredictable, laidback and beautiful. Though it’s not often thought of as a study abroad destination, Greece is a place where you will really begin to understand the meaning of the phrase ‘living the good life’.

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Staying Healthy While Studying Abroad

When studying abroad, it’s important to remain healthy. Some study abroad locations require getting shots or taking medications beforehand, but what about those several months when you’re in country? Here are some tips to stay physically and emotionally healthy on a study abroad trip!

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Toronto Yonge-Dundas Square

Today’s Toronto is an intriguing eclectic blend of city, country, high tech, low tech, and downright bohemian influences and activities to experience.

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Tackling the Elephant in the Room

There’s no question about it, Thailand is an amazing country, that we should all get the chance to experience at some point in life. It is difficult to find a place with such kind people; with a rich and diverse culture as well as amazing landscapes and an abundance of animal wildlife. These are just a few of the reasons why Thailand is one of the most popular backpacking destinations in the world, with thousands of young people choosing to enrich their lives by visiting every year.

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5 Careers That Will Allow You to See the Sites and Get Paid at the Same Time

Although many people do it, some do not wish to sit in front of a computer and punch in a time clock every day. Luckily, there are plenty of options for work if you want to get out and see the sites or travel the world. You might think it is too difficult to see the world and get paid at the same time, but it’s all a matter of finding the right job.

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Interview with Rebecca Musser, Part Two

Last week, GoAbroad.com sat down with Rebecca Musser, who shared her story of fleeing from a polygamous living environment and become a beacon of hope and strength in the fight for the rights of women around the world. Today we bring you Part Two of Rebecca’s interview  to learn more about what her life was…

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