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They Stole My iPhone...Again!

This post was written for GeoVisions by Brielle Sydor of Elon College.  Brie was one of our counselors in 2012 on the Italy Summer Camp program and will be returning to Italy this summer to live and work.

While I was happy to find that many of the...

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The Ripple Effect: Terri Wingham’s Incredible Journey, Part 1

Posted by Anni on Friday, August 10th, 2012 at Journeys for Good.  This Blog Post is used with permission.

GeoVisions note:  Terri Wingham started her "incredible journey" with GeoVisions in Vietnam. This post is an interview done by Journeys for Good...

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Volunteer Abroad And Be Proactive

Two years ago this weekend I was packing for a 12-day trip throughout Asia.  I had just gone to the Guilford Fair Parade with my children.  So here we were again, sitting along the street with friends to watch a parade of history that identifies...
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Teach in Thailand with GeoVisions: Ashley's Adventures

Hello! My name is Ashley; I am 23 years old and from North Carolina, United States. When I graduated from college in May of 2014 I just couldn't figure out what to do next in life. Even though I knew it wasn't what I wanted to do, I ended up spending the...

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Five Things I Wish I Had Done Before Teaching Abroad

Justin is a 24 year old from Washington.  He recently returned home after teaching abroad in ThailandGeoVisions asked him to share some advice for others thinking of teaching abroad.  Take it away Justin!

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Teaching Abroad: For the Young & Young At Heart

“You should travel abroad right after graduating from college,” is a common phrase I hear from friends, family and professors. People constantly tell me that will be the only time I will have to travel.  After that comes jobs, family and “adult...

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