Work Abroad

Being unable to speak Korean has taught Allison that a language barrier can have some surprising effects—both negative and positive.
Ever wonder what it'd be like to work in an Eastern European office?
For AIESEC intern Samantha, three months in Brazil resulted in a lifetime of change.
The holidays are coming and you’re a couple thousand miles away from home with no chance of going home.
Verge's newest "from the field" blogger reflects on Cambodia's broken silence.
During her first month teaching ESL, Allison finds her first major challenge unexpected.
An escape to the coffee cultural landscape of Colombia.
ESL teacher Samantha is learning firsthand just what it means to study a new language.
Nadine learns why the Colombian city lives up to its tourism slogan.
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