Master’s student at the Taylor Institute in Lugano, Switzerland, junior analyst at The North Face, and gorgeous RSJ Contributor Jeannie Vaughan shares her experience as a working expat. From securing an opportunity to making the most of it, Jeannie answers the most common questions we receive about landing international experience on your resume.
RSJ contributor Dana Bruxvoort relays her experience as a gluten-free jetsetter, and provides six incredible tips to allay your food allergy fears while abroad. Dana may be saying nyet to crepes and baguettes, but you won’t find her sitting at home anytime soon!
How many terrible photos of the Leaning Tower of Pisa does it take to inspire some change in our Facebook albums? Contributor Megan Edmiston shows photographers of all skill levels how to take inspired travel photos in our latest edition of You Should Probably [YSP].
What are you going to do with your infamous study abroad spring break? Or your internship’s precious holiday vacation? RSJ has several tips to make the most of your time off, and avoid becoming fodder for the next episode of The Amazing Race.
RSJ contributor Dana Bruxvoort shares her top three tips for overcoming Embarrassing Tourist Syndrome.
Volunteering abroad requires courage, compassion, and an appetite for adventure. Find out if it’s the right choice for you after reading our conversation with RSJ contributor Dana Bruxvoort.
Travel diaries are short-lived pipe dreams at best, nonexistent at worst! And travel blogs? For the few who have maintained them, I salute you. Cyberspace is clouded with half-hearted attempts at documenting journeys, but we at RSJ have a solution. Have you ever considered a Tumblr?
Stephanie thought her home university’s study abroad office was the best source for information regarding visas. When a prominent counselor from the department sent her an email with wishes for a fabulous semester in Hungary, she began to think twice. Her destination was the UK.
A close friend of mine always reminds me in times of trouble that “poor is the man whose pleasures depend on the permission of another.” I don’t know where he picked up that catch phrase, but it’s profoundly true…most of the time. And then sometimes it isn’t.