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Am I a Cool Island Hipster Yet?

By Sarah Goza, WorldTeach American Samoa ’17 from her blog “Passport_on_point.” This was published September 16, 2017. Talofa friends and family! Sorry for the delay in  posting another blog.  Teaching, let alone in a foreign country, can be time...

A Day in the Life of…a Volunteer in Chuuk

Moraru Ariela was a volunteer in Micronesia. She published this on her blog, Ariel Free Spirit, in February, 2016. Read on to experience a day in her life in Micronesia. 5.45am – Cock-a-doodle-doo. Break of dawn. Wakey wakey. Can’t get out of bed. Oh wait,...

Transportation in American Samoa

Written by Eilleen Hummer, a WorldTeach volunteer in American Samoa. You can find more on her personal blog here. Well, let’s just say to keep track of the last thing I have written in my blog and the next thing to talk about I pre write them in my notes...

6 Things that Constantly Amaze Me

Written by Kasey Henderson, a WorldTeach Namibia '17 volunteer, she blogged about her entire experience on her blog, "Well this doesn't happen in LA." This was published originally March 26, 2017. Over the past few months I have found that...

MIDPOINT REFLECTION – Sydney Thompson

WorldTeach Volunteer Sydney Thompson is currently teaching in Quito, Ecuador! She just hit the midpoint of her volunteering experience. Have you ever ran some type of race, and when you reached the halfway point, you either wanted to stay consistent, push harder, slow...

China Wild Friendship

While in London, a man once told me: you don't truly realize the full impact of being abroad until years later. He wasn't wrong, by the way, but he also wasn't right. I studied abroad in London with less than positive American classmates, housemates, and London...

Great Expectations – The Importance of Critical Thinking

The following is an excerpt from Beatrice Schreiber’s experience as a WorldTeach Volunteer in Ladakh, India in 2017. This is part two of two. My teaching adventure started the day after His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s (HHDL) event wrapped up and would last until the...

Great Expectations – Arrival in Kuri

The following is an excerpt from Beatrice Schreiber’s experience as a WorldTeach Volunteer in Ladakh, India in 2017. This is part one of two. I was dropped off by the WorldTeach India team in Kuri, in the Nubra Valley region of Ladakh, on the morning of my 8th day in...

Diamante December; Sarah Simon in Quito, Ecuador

Sarah Simon is a current WorldTeach volunteer in Quito, Ecuador. She's on her second cycle of teaching and living with a host family, all while maintaining a hilarious and quip filled blog. We've borrowed a post below to share her incredible work. Follow the link here...

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