A list of open once in a lifetime opportunities (for now) for young people to apply to. Most are partially or completely funded, and travel internationally.
You read the Airbnb listing, but what if you need more info? Don’t be afraid to contact your host and ask them these essential questions before you book.
Brittany V. (25) shares how she’s traveling the world despite her more than $70,000 in student loan debt. Suck on that, Sallie Mae!
If you’re anything like how I was before my first Airbnb stay, at this moment you are anxious and have a ton of questions. But if you’re a seasoned traveler, or just really brave, perhaps you’re diving in head first! And that’s good—though I promise you at some point you will Continue Reading
Education abroad and study abroad scholarships are two elements of university life that are misunderstood, underutilized, and shrouded in mystery. Luckily, I’ve decoded the puzzle of applying to and successfully winning this form of financial aid, and to this day have racked up $69,264 in total, of which $41,027 in study abroad scholarships being Continue Reading
Multiple college trips as an undegrad… Dubai, London, Sri Lanka… How? See these travel tips on how to see the world as a broke college student.
The following scholarships are either travel-related contests, study abroad scholarships, or grants for travel given to students from grades K-12. It’s a common idea that you must be a high school or college student to study abroad or travel as a student. One of the main objectives of my blog is Continue Reading
In 2019 women are more resilient, outspoken, and braver than ever. We don’t have to wait for a friends, family, or man to see the world when we can do it ourselves.