Work Abroad

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?
Nadine discovers the ultimate cure for culture shock: bungee jumping.
With less than a month to go, Rob is trying to stop culture shock—before it even happens.
After a year working abroad, Carly longs for the unexpected.
After working in India, Hunar prepares for her next challenge: a semester in Singapore.
Raine makes an amazing discovery in a sweet potato farm over 25 kilometres from Siem Reap.
Asking "why" is the most important question before starting an internship abroad.
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