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by Caroline Fitzgibbons,Robert Gilpin

Download Time Out: Taking a Break from School, to Travel, Work, and Study in the U. S. and Abroad ePub
  • ISBN 0671761188
  • ISBN13 978-0671761189
  • Language English
  • Author Caroline Fitzgibbons,Robert Gilpin
  • Publisher Fireside; 1st edition (January 1, 1992)
  • Pages 333
  • Formats docx azw txt lrf
  • Category Educ
  • Subcategory Schools and Teaching
  • Size ePub 1834 kb
  • Size Fb2 1894 kb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 241

There is a world of opportunity waiting outside the classroom--you can intern for a senator in Washington, study art history in Greece, learn Mandarin Chinese in China, build a boat in Maine, or participate in the hundreds of summer, semester, and year programs in the United States and around the world.Descriptions of the over 350 programs featured include complete phone numbers and addresses of programs; cost; financial aid; housing information; application process and age range of participants.Plus, indispensable information on getting your life organized for a break; deciding what program is right for you; opportunities for the handicapped; phone numbers of foreign embassies in Washington, D.C. and sources for low-cost air travel.

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Taking a break from work has never been more acceptable. You could even attend networking events in your new destination during your career break to grow your professional network in your field. Lack of planning and direction. One of the big dangers when taking a career break is to not plan it properly, get lazy and then not make the most of it.

Career breaks are good for you on all manner of levels, from learning new .

Career breaks are good for you on all manner of levels, from learning new skills to assessing your life with different eyes. We've consulted a series of career experts to figure out why you should take a sabbatical, how to wrangle time off with your work and what you can do to make a career break valuable.

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By studying abroad, students have the opportunity to study in a foreign nation .

By studying abroad, students have the opportunity to study in a foreign nation and take in the allure and culture of a new land. Here is a list of the top 10 reasons to study abroad! 1. See the World. Why study abroad? For most students, this time may be the only opportunity they ever get to travel abroad for a long period of time. Eventually you will find a job and career, and the opportunity to study abroad may turn out to be a once in a life time opportunity. Take this opportunity to travel the world with no commitments but to study and learn about new cultures. Studying abroad is an experience unlike any other.

There is a world of opportunity waiting outside the classroom-you can intern for a senator in Washington, study art history in Greece, learn Mandarin Chinese in China, build a boat in Maine, or participate in the hundreds of summer, semester, and year programs in the United States and around the world. Descriptions of the over 350 programs featured include complete phone numbers and addresses of programs; cost; financial aid; housing information; application process and age range of participants.

What was your study abroad experience like? It was scary in the beginning . And if you're not currently in school but have the desire to travel – do it! There's no better time than the present.

After the first month, though, and especially once I started classes, it was amazing. Before I went abroad, I also read up on the different stages of culture shock and told myself that when and if I go through it, it's all part of the experience.

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Explore this bustling metropolis as you take classes in the town of Makuhari, on the tip of Tokyo Bay, and just 45 minutes from the heart of the city. Immersive courses, exciting excursions, and so much more awaits when you study in Tokyo! Programs.

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