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Teaching English Abroad: Everything You Need to Know About TEFL

There’s a huge global demand for native english speakers who can teach. Chances are, you’ve either taught abroad or know someone who has. So, why do so many people take off around the world to teach English? And, how do you get started teaching English abroad? There’s no definitive answer out there,…

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How Living Abroad Can Change Your Career Path

It’s no exaggeration to say that you rule your campus. You know—to the second—what time you have to wake up so that you have just enough time to run to the cafeteria to grab a latte and banana before jetting off to your first class of the day and sliding…

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Getting a Job Abroad After College: Cody Meuser Shows Us the Ropes

Cody Meuser graduated from the University of Redlands in 2012 with a B.S. in Environmental Business. While in school, Cody spent a semester in Salzburg, Austria and traveled to many other places during this time abroad. I guess he liked what he saw because after graduating he was determined to…

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Want to Work Abroad and Make a Difference in the World?

Sometimes your college major can lead you directly to your career, and sometimes it sends you on a meandering path that crosses continents and oceans. Just ask Patrick Hazelton, Academic Specialist at the University of California San Francisco’s Center for AIDS Prevention Studies. Majoring in history led him to develop…

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Three Insider Tips on Getting Hired by an Awesome Startup

Lessons Learned while Growing from 0 to 34 Employees Working All Over the World. by Engineer Cristian Angel – Co-developer of oMelhorTrato.com, an Online Entrepreneurship focusing now in Latin America. One of the most exciting places to work in is definitively the entrepreneurial world. It is common to experiment an extra…

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Traveling After College Won’t Fill a Void. What to Consider Before Leaving Home

After finishing college, so many graduates plan to travel. Traveling is a reward for all your hard work, and breaks up the last four to five years of your college life. If you didn’t get the chance to travel for school, say, if you went to a local university, then you might be…

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Best Cities (Around the World) to Move to for Programming Jobs

While most people view the West Coast of the United States as the epicenter of the programming and developing world, the truth is that plenty of other cities from around the globe have what it takes to make a claim for this coveted title. From rapidly rising annual salaries to burgeoning…

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17 Incredibly Inspiring Quotes from AfterCollege Scholarship Winners

AfterCollege has rewarded more than one hundred college students academic scholarships ranging from $500-$2,500 over the past three years alone. The average student loan debt peaked at $30,000 in 2014. Every penny counts. About 70 percent of graduates give up a huge portion of their monthly income to student loans, so…

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3 Crucial Friendship Habits That Accelerate Your Career

The smartest thing I ever did in college was immediately befriend three classmates whose passion for learning was as strong as mine. All three of us were transfer students and we became instant best friends the moment we met. Each quarter we coordinated class schedules, proofread each other’s essays and…

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How Should You Spend the Summer After Graduation?

Have you ever been so hungry that you can’t decide on what you should eat? Your stomach is growling and practically eating itself while your brain flashes between a juicy burger, a thick and cheesy piece of pizza, an avocado filled sandwich, and baked mac ‘n cheese. You should be…

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