By: Staff (justin) 2011.02.23
Over 16 years experience sending volunteers overseas to rewarding
projects in teaching, care, conservation, internships, language courses
and more! Choose from 20 countries and flexible project time frames from
2 weeks up to a year. Full support and consultation to find the best
project and destination for you! Travellers Worldwide
Economical International Internship and Study Abroad programs in 10 Spanish speaking cities worldwide. Adelante arranges everything - professional internship placement, housing (your own room!), language classes and more. University Semester and Summer study programs also available at unbeatable pricing.
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TOURS/ITINERARIES BEFORE AND AFTER YOU WORK OVERSEAS!
Jobs in the Travel Industry
Almost everyone who hits the open road, crosses continents and discovers
the joy of traveling also finds out that it costs. No matter how cheaply
you travel, at some point you calculate how long your pocketfull of
pesos or rupees will last you. You wonder, sitting at a Parisian sidewalk
cafe enjoying immensely the small espresso that devours half of your
daily budget, you wonder if there's a way you can get paid to do this.
To taste luscious pastries and rate them, to run rapids in Ecuador with
friends, and fly for free to your favorite island. Well, there is.
There are a number of ways to work in the travel industry with all
the requisite benefits, and a paycheck - though there's no guarantee
about how large that check may be. Guiding others to your favorite places,
writing about your travels, or sailing the high seas on a cruise ship
are three of the best ways to see the world and still tell your family
that you've got a "real job." We talked with representatives from each
of the three professions about what it takes to make money and still
see the world.
Tour Manager: An Interview
with Marie Martin
Cruise Ship Jobs:
An Interview with Mark Landon
Travel Writer: Interview
with Paul Otteson