#StudyAbroadBecause... it's the best thing you'll ever do

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Adam Lough is a senior Supply Chain Management major at the University of Pittsburgh. Aside from majoring in supply chain, Adam has also received a Certificate in West European Studies and concentrations in Spanish and German language. He has had several internships and jobs, including an internship at DHR International, working on a consulting project for the Sarah Heinz House, an internship with Bosch Automotive Steering, and has been working at the International Business Center since August 2013.

Teaching Abroad: Choosing a School

by AndreaMeyers / Jun 07, 2016 /
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Just one year out of college, I accepted an opportunity to teach at a private elementary school on the island of Saipan in Micronesia. I was young and didn't have children or a mortgage, and it seemed like a great time in my life to pack up and go as I would probably never be that portable again.

Best Resources for Finding an International Teaching Job

by AndreaMeyers / Jun 07, 2016 /
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You've decided to teach abroad and are ready to find a job. Where should you start?

Best Resources for Finding an International Teaching Job

The U.S. State Department provides a plethora of resources, including:

Through the Eyes of an Educator: Chicago, Illinois

by Stacey Ebert / Jun 07, 2016 /

I’ve been hearing about Chicago since I was little. My dad used to go there for business, sometimes out and back in a day. A northern midwest hub of action, business, finance, media, and all things Cubs, this city on Lake Michigan can grab anyone’s attention. Coming from any major city, a visit to Chicago is something similar, yet very different – a simple way to ease into travel if that’s something that is a frightful action for your fellow travelers. The students in our classrooms often run the grand spectrum.

Florida Culture for the Week of June 6, 2016 by Josh Garrick

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Florida Culture for the Week of June 6, 2016 by Josh Garrick

Expert shares Top 5 Tips to Avoid the Crowds in National Parks

by Ed Forteau / Jun 06, 2016 /
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This weekend, Memorial Day Weekend, starts the begining of summer - and all the attendant travel plans! Our own national parks are becoming more and more popular for travelers looking for lower costs and higher values - and all that natural beauty! How do you avoid the big crowds on holiday weekends?

Driving the Alpine Road in Germany

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Considered by many to be the top driving tour in Europe, and perhaps even one of the top three in the world (next to Australia’s Great Ocean Road or California’s Highway 1), Germany’s Alpine Road stretches over 450 kilometres through the Alps. There’s no real reason to do this drive… it’s a drive for the hell of it, winding through the mountains, tiny German towns, and castles along the way. Why not?

What Do You Know About America’s National Parks?

by smartpoodle / Jun 06, 2016 /

What Do You Know About America’s National Parks?
Our Greatest Natural Treasures

 

What do you know about America's National Parks

Budget Travel: 5 Ways to Save Money & Live Like a Local

by Dr. Jessie Voigts / Jun 05, 2016 /
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You don't have to spend a fortune to travel! There are plenty of ways to save money - and live like a local - while traveling. You'll enjoy yourself, truly get a sense of place where you are, and save money, to boot!

Budget travel tips - 5 ways to save money and live like a local

Travel Writers’ Secrets for Saving Money for Travel or While Traveling

by Dr. Jessie Voigts / Jun 05, 2016 /
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I’ve got a GREAT list of travel tips for you! For our trip to Ireland and Scotland, I contacted several of my favorite travel writers and asked them for their top tips.  With their answers, we’ll share a series of ten articles on travel planning, airlines, traveling with kids, tips for Scotland and Ireland, and more.

Thus far, we've shared:

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