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This article originally appeared on Pink Pangea and originally published on Go Overseas on March 7th, 2013. Women's History Month has been officially celebrated by Congress every March since 1981. There are many reasons to celebrate Women's History Month and gender equality this...
Originally published November 19, 2012. It's no secret: France is one of the most popular destinations for study abroad students , but it isn't exactly known for being an inexpensive country. As a study abroad student in France, you can try to use federal financial aid or find a...
If you're looking to score a job or internship internationally , the key to success in your global job search is to build a global network. One of the best ways to go about doing this is to reach out to people of interest to you in your target country via LinkedIn, company...
Sitting in an office chair, I fidgeted around and played with the rings on my fingers, trying to remain focused on the interviewer as she looks intently at my every move. I’m not horrible at interviews, but most of the time they aren’t wonderful experiences and I’d much rather be...
Originally published on June 18th, 2014 We all know the positive impact experiential learning can have our students' education, and I'm sure you're already implementing some pretty cool hands-on lessons in your classroom. But have you thought of taking your lessons out of the...
While volunteering abroad is commendable regardless of the gender of the volunteer, women have an especially critical role when it comes to promoting gender equality around the world: they lead by example . International Women's Day , a day which celebrates the economic,...
Whether at home or studying abroad, our phones are in our daily lives -- we're constantly on them checking social media, taking selfies, or actually communicating through phone calls and text messages (that’s what they’re really for, right?). How will you ever be able to Snapchat...
College rules. Where else can you discuss the fissures in America’s criminal justice system with tenured professors on Friday, then go to a Cops-and-Robbers themed party on Saturday? It is a magical place that encourages exploration of ideas and desires. Volunteer teaching...
Back in 2011, when I began to tell friends I would be moving to Colombia to work as a volunteer teacher , I lost track of the number of people that responded with some variation of “Oh, I wish I could do that!” It's four years later and I can count on one hand the number of...
Unlike your friends, family, and significant others, we at Go Overseas love to hear your travel stories . Especially the ones that make us laugh! So last month, we asked, and you answered with your best stories from abroad. Not just from studying abroad, but also volunteering,...

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