Jessica Wynne Lockhart

Jessica Wynne Lockhart

Contributing editor

Although Jessica has travelled to more than 30 countries, her favorite place to throw down her bag is still her hometown of Cold Lake, Alberta. A freelance journalist, Jess has worked for international development organizations and tour operators. She’s conducted workshops in Vanuatu, perfected the use of a satellite phone in the jungles of Guyana and supervised teenage pool parties in the Dominican Republic. Although she's based in Toronto, Jess works remotely from all around the world.

Part one of a two-part online panel discussion.
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In honour of Earth Day, we ask the experts how to become a green traveller.
How short-term international volunteers make a huge difference in natural disasters like Cyclone Pam.
Ever wondered why you have to pay to volunteer abroad? Our online panel of experts answers your questions.
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Why the #studyabroadbecause movement is gaining traction—and how you can fund your semester overseas.
How to be an effective global citizen during the holiday season.
Be strategic about your international experience and stand out from the crowd.
We're co-hosting our first Twitter chat!
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