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work, travel, study and exchange programs for students, teachers, employers, schools, universities, and families | CIEE - Council on International Educational ExchangeCIEE is pleased to announce a new partnership with leading technology manufacturer and service provider Dell Inc. Through this partnership, Dell will extend a product discount to all CIEE student and faculty participants, partners, and staff. Additionally, Dell will donate a percentage of every sale from this program to CIEE’s Ping Foundation . Read More This March, CIEE will host Portland-area high school students and their teachers for a candid conversation with Liberian peace activist and 2011 Noble Peace Prize winner Leymah Gbowee. Gbowee will share her personal story of promoting peace, security, and girls’ and women’s rights, education, and leadership around the globe.
When you see people gazing intently into a tree, rain forest or meadow, chances are good you've stumbled across a chance to observe something fascinating. Near Las Juntas, Costa Rica Mark Kahler, licensed to About.com At a rest stop en route to the Pacific coast, we observed people pointing at the branches of a huge shade tree. A glance upward revealed a family of macaws, the colorful bird pictured here.
The Best 24 Resources for Cheap, Free, or Paid Travel (Part 1) Welcome to Escape Normal! If you came here looking for ways to travel for free, you are in the right place. From volunteer trips to vacations to short term jobs abroad, this list covers the spectrum of affordable and paid travel opportunities. Pair it with my eBook, “ How to Become the Jack of All Travel: A Beginner’s Guide to Traveling the World for Free ,” and you will be well on your way to living your travel dreams. 1: Work Away
Skeptical Face Travel for free? This dudes crazy right? Today is part two of what I am calling the "Knowledgeable Nomads" series, in which I will be teaching my readers how they can travel the world while ballooning their savings accounts rather than draining them dry. In the first part of this series I discussed general topics such as how to figure out what you want, devising your own getaway plan, quitting your job, creating a mobile income and taking the leap.
Traveling the way most people do it isn’t enough. Saving all year long at a job for just two weeks a year won’t let you see the world the way you want to see it. So you find someone to take care of your stuff while you travel the world. You’re all set to see everything you ever wanted for as long as you want.