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Jenni Bills

Jenni Bills Travel Agent

“Not until we are lost do we begin to understand ourselves.” — Henry David Thoreau

Jennifer is a freelance blogger and full time travel agent, and has traveled throughout Europe and Japan. She spent some time studying abroad in London, England, where she learned about the fascinating history behind the building of one of the world's greatest cities. Traveling and learning about all corners of the globe continues to be one of her greatest passions, along with reading and bicycling.

Articles By Jenni Bills

A Guide to Learning Dutch in the Netherlands Published 26 Jan 2017

Mastering a foreign language can be tough, especially if you’re limited to flashcards and text books. Many educators and multi-lingual maestros prescribe total language immersion as the best way to gain fluency. For those interested in learning ...

A Guide to Jewelry Design Degrees Abroad Published 25 Jan 2017

As if going to a jewelry design college wasn't glamorous enough, just imagine earning your jewelry design degree in Rome or Vienna! Not only will you get a chance to gain inspiration from a new culture, but you’ll also learn from amazing world-c...

A Guide to Degrees Abroad in London Published 12 Jan 2017

With its gothic, medieval cathedrals saddled up next to super-modern skyscrapers, London never gets old! As one of the major hubs of international commerce, culture, and world affairs for centuries, London continues to be just as relevant today as it ...

A Guide to Math Jobs Abroad Published 22 Dec 2016

Let's add up all the benefits of working abroad in the field of mathematics! Finding a math job abroad may seem daunting, but considering that it’s a truly universal language, number aficionados can literally find a job anywhere. While the formu...

A Guide to Studying Abroad in Belgium Published 08 Nov 2016

There are many factors to consider when choosing a destination to study abroad, but, to say the least, a country best known for chocolate, waffles, extra crispy frites, and beer can't be a bad choice! If these reasons weren't convincing enough, study ...

A Guide to Volunteering Abroad in New Zealand Published 20 Sep 2016

Staggering snow capped mountains, vast green rolling hills, creepy caves, and mystical forests aren’t just words that describe the fantasy world in The Lord of the Rings films. Long before New Zealand was known for hobbits and wizards, this isla...

A Guide to Marine Science Jobs Abroad Published 14 Sep 2016

To get the most out of your marine science job, why not go abroad? After all, there are plenty of fish in the sea! Working abroad in marine science will give you a unique opportunity to collaborate with other scientists in your field and learn about n...

A Guide to Studying Abroad in Shanghai Published 22 Aug 2016

Just one look at Shanghai’s bright, neon skyline and you know you're headed for an ingeniously innovative city. Shanghai sets the (sky-high) bar as an iconic modern metropolis, historical port city, and global financial hub, racking-up investmen...

A Guide to Criminology Degrees Abroad Published 14 Jul 2016

Crime can be found all around the globe, and where there is crime, there are crime fighters. Earning a criminal justice degree abroad will provide you with a broader view of human nature to help you uncover the triggers of crime, from the back alleys ...

A Guide to High School Experiential Learning Abroad Published 25 May 2016

If you're seeking an eye-opening experience that will stick with you through college and beyond, experiential education programs are perfect for you! From big cities to rural villages, just picture yourself witnessing flamenco dancing in Spain or enjo...

A Guide to Interning Abroad in Uganda Published 10 May 2016

Uganda conjures up daydreams of misty jungles and sunsets over the savanna, but this country may not be the first place that springs to mind when thinking about internships abroad. But, if you want to get the most out of your internship experience, lo...

A Guide to Studying Abroad in Kyoto, Japan Published 03 Mar 2016

Kyoto is a study abroad gem, with about 20 percent of Japan’s most important cultural sites found within the city center alone. Formerly the imperial capital of Japan for over a thousand years, students will find grand palaces, lush gardens, shi...