Asking "why" is the most important question before starting an internship abroad.
For AIESEC intern Samantha, three months in Brazil resulted in a lifetime of change.
ESL teacher Samantha is learning firsthand just what it means to study a new language.
Political corruption, tiered education systems and football: Sam hones in on key differences between Canada and Brazil.
For blogger Samantha, interacting with locals is the key to true cultural immersion.
Anyone with a bit of pluck can find temporary work abroad, says Susan Griffith, author of Work Your Way Around the World. It may not be all glamour, but there are loads of opportunities.
Attention eco-conscious travellers! This special destination section scans the map for the planet's top biological hotspots. From historical landmarks to reefs and forests, here are 13 eco hotspots you need to see—and ways you can make your travels contribute to their conservation.
Have a budget for six months of travel but want to stay a year? Consider picking up a short-term job abroad.
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