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  • EPISODE SLICE #72: Taking a Sabbatical to Work on Microfinancing Projects in South America

    My guest today is Jeff Bochsler, who is the man behing the website and book Be Multinational. He’s on to talk mainly about how he took a sabbatical to work on microfinancing projects in South America.

    Here’s more of what we talk about:

    • His book on how ordinary citizens made living abroad a reality
    • An easy explanation of microfinance
    • How he was able to take a four-month sabbatical
    • What he did as a Kiva volunteer in South America
    • The importance of “multinational maintenance” when you come back home

    … and so much more!

  • GREAT SITE for Teaching English in Korea

    I was going to write a long post about the ins and outs of teaching in Korea UNTIL I found this awesome site, Waegukin. For those who don’t know, a waegukin is a foreigner living in Korea.

    The site has so much detailed information on teaching English in Korea that I encourage anyone interested in teaching there to explore the site. It’s a bit opinionated, but in general, the site is very helpful and informative, specifically this post.

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    For hagwons (private schools), I highly recommend reading Adventure Teaching’s Let’s Be Frank section.  I have mentioned this before, but it doesn’t hurt to mention it again! Additionally, getting TEFL certified will give you a leg up. International TEFL Academy is the place to go for that.

  • EPISODE SLICE #71: Advice to New Graduates – Teach Abroad

    I’m going solo on today’s episode slice! Since I decided to cut down to one video a week, you might be seeing more of me on the site. What am I talking about on this episode? Why I recommend teaching English abroad. I talk about what you need in order to do it, benefits, good markets to teach abroad (more to come about this in a future episode), helpful sites, how it will impact you, and how it impacted me.

    There’s so much that you can learn about yourself and the world while you’re living in another country. And, there’s so much that you can do with your experiences that you might not have even known about. Watch the video to find out more!