Latest Issue: Early Summer 2014


The People of the Grey Bull
British doctor Stephen Fabes witnesses the challenges of delivering medical aid and building trust with nomadic peoples in Kenya.

International Jobs for All Seasons
Seeking an endless summer (or winter)? Five of the hottest—and coldest—short-term overseas jobs.  

The Mourning After
Widows in Cameroon are treated as second-class citizens. Cuso International volunteers work to change that.  

Worldwise: Collaring the Painted Wolf
Tracking and collaring the elusive and endangered African wild dog.  

Voluntraveller: Great Expectations
How to be an effective overseas volunteer—and an occasional tourist. 

To the Dogs
Four organizations that are fighting to save street dogs.  

Career Profile: The Packable Polyglot
Say goodbye to nine-to-five with a career as a freelance translator.

Workwhere: Have Skis, Will Travel
It's a seasonaire's dream. Why so many people get sucked into the liftie lifestyle.  

How to Work "Abroad" in Your Own Backyard
No passport required for these work "abroad" programs.

Q & A with American Gap Association Executive Director, Ethan Knight
The AGA's founder talks with Verge about setting standards for gap year program providers. 

And more!  Read this edition >>

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