Tag Archives: work abroad

Get a Scholarship to Intern Abroad!

Feature - Monday, 28 March 2016 - 2 Comments

Sponsored by The Intern Group The Intern Group is pleased to announce 5 scholarship opportunities for young people seeking a professional experience abroad. Scholarships will cover program expenses for a life-changing international internship in London, Hong Kong, Colombia, Melbourne or Madrid. These scholarships are available for both US and non-US citizens….

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5 Reasons to Do an Internship Abroad

Feature - Thursday, 17 September 2015 - 0 Comments

IES Abroad intern at her Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum placement in London

Contributed by IES Abroad Ever wanted to intern at a non-profit in Sydney? How about assisting a local theater in London? Or maybe you’re interested in helping a start-up in Rome discover the best food and wine the city has to offer! Interning abroad is a chance to develop global…

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Win the World & Volunteer With IVHQ in Cusco, Peru!

Feature, News - Tuesday, 27 January 2015 - 1 Comment

IVHQ Construction Renovation Volunteers

Today we bring you a feature as part of GoAbroad and STA Travel Win the World Contest, in which it could be YOU who wins the trip of a lifetime to South America to explore Peru, Brazil, and Argentina. This incredible trip also includes airfare from the United States to all three countries and back,…

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Visa Restrictions and Updates in Thailand

Feature, GoAbroad Contributor - Thursday, 23 October 2014 - 4 Comments

Thailand Longboat

All sorts of changes are going on in Thailand at present. Since the unsurprising coup on May 22nd, the new military junta have actually become quite popular for cracking down on a burgeoning litany of vice and lax law enforcement. Everything, it seems, is being cleaned up; from the Phuket…

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Ring In the New Year At Victoria Falls

Feature, GoAbroad Contributor - Tuesday, 14 October 2014 - Comments Off on Ring In the New Year At Victoria Falls

Lauren Waterfield

Spend your winter break volunteering in Africa, walking with lions and doing an incredible elephant-back safari; and make it a New Year’s Eve to remember by ringing in 2015 under the African sky!

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A Hero in Our Midst: GoAbroad Profile with Elsa Thomasma

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Elsa Thomasma in Tacloban City, Philippines

Volunteering, giving of our time freely, can easily sit on the back burner – the best of intentions getting left behind. They are brought to the forefront again when either inspiration or devastation reminds us.

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Missing Brazil? How To Be In Russia for FIFA 2018

Feature - Monday, 30 June 2014 - 3 Comments

Russian Soccer Fans

Wishing you had known just how amazing the World Cup is and longing for a chance to be screaming in the crowd? Read on to learn about all the ways can be in Russia for the 2018 FIFA World Cup!

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For the Kid at Heart: How to Volunteer with Children Abroad

Feature - Monday, 12 August 2013 - Comments Off on For the Kid at Heart: How to Volunteer with Children Abroad

Sports Volunteering in South Africa

If you’re interested in working with  children, volunteering abroad is a great opportunity that allows you to gain experience with kids and diverse cultures. The options available for people interested in volunteering abroad with youth is vast; an orphanage in Africa isn’t your only option. Want to lend a hand…

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Adapting to Working and Living Abroad – Part 2

Feature, GoAbroad Contributor - Wednesday, 31 July 2013 - Comments Off on Adapting to Working and Living Abroad – Part 2

Be the Change You Wish to See in the World

Does an international career sound like the right move for you? You’re far from alone. But how do you turn those dreams into reality? What are the necessary steps to start taking? Today on GoAbroad we bring you part two of a guest feature feature from Jill Arcaro of BEST Programs,…

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Post Civil Conflict: Rebuilding Education in Northern Uganda

Feature, GoAbroad Contributor - Tuesday, 16 July 2013 - Comments Off on Post Civil Conflict: Rebuilding Education in Northern Uganda

Post Civil Conflict, Teacher Exchange

Today on GoAbroad we bring you a guest post by Catherine Hanna, of the Invisible Children’s Teacher Exchange Program. Catherine discusses how the Teacher Exchange Program (TEX) began as a professional development opportunity both for Ugandan and North American teachers, and is now helping to rebuild education in Northern Uganda.  Over two decades…

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