Work Abroad

Overcoming culture shock in Ghana.
The truth about teaching English as a second language.
Rob learns that sometimes you meet friends in unexpected places.
The average day in the life of a TEFL teacher.
My struggles have taught me more than just the importance of being patient, open-minded and understanding.
After hitchiking through Colombia six years ago, Jessica returns; this time to lay some roots.
I arrived a couple days ago in Accra, Ghana—so far it exceeds my expectations.
After returning to Canada, Carly is starting to examine race and culture in her home country.
Michelle knows her family—including her teenage son—will be fine while she's in Ghana. So why is it so hard to leave?
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