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driftwooddreamer:

Want an international internship this summer?
What are you doing this summer? If you’re a college student, you’re probably feeling the stress to do something productive and start bulking up your resume. Making a couple bucks along the way would be cool, too. A lot of people settle for taking a job not to far from home, but what about an internship in a foreign country?
Working as a travel blogger in Egypt
Utilizing graphics design in Sweden
Teaching English in Poland
Doing credit analyse in Canada
Working on social development in Columbia
Assisting at a summer camp in Russia
Engineering in Turkey
Hundreds of more opportunities!

driftwooddreamer:

Want an international internship this summer?

What are you doing this summer? If you’re a college student, you’re probably feeling the stress to do something productive and start bulking up your resume. Making a couple bucks along the way would be cool, too. A lot of people settle for taking a job not to far from home, but what about an internship in a foreign country?

  • Working as a travel blogger in Egypt
  • Utilizing graphics design in Sweden
  • Teaching English in Poland
  • Doing credit analyse in Canada
  • Working on social development in Columbia
  • Assisting at a summer camp in Russia
  • Engineering in Turkey
  • Hundreds of more opportunities!
— 1 year ago with 9 notes
driftwooddreamer:

How to Travel Europe Inexpensively 
Often the most expensive part of traveling Europe is just getting there. Once you’ve reached the continent, it’s actually extremely easy to get around and quite inexpensive also. I remember being blown away by the cheap price of train tickets and the extensive train routes which can take you anywhere your heart desires. Seriously, as an American, it was so refreshing to be able to travel and not need a car.
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driftwooddreamer:

How to Travel Europe Inexpensively 

Often the most expensive part of traveling Europe is just getting there. Once you’ve reached the continent, it’s actually extremely easy to get around and quite inexpensive also. I remember being blown away by the cheap price of train tickets and the extensive train routes which can take you anywhere your heart desires. Seriously, as an American, it was so refreshing to be able to travel and not need a car.

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— 1 year ago with 23 notes