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Taking a year off after I graduate. What should I do?

Discussion in 'Nontraditional Students' started by Phantasmagoria, Aug 9, 2006.

  1. Phantasmagoria

    Phantasmagoria Junior Member
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    I am interest in doing EMT work, teaching abroad, lab research. Advice? Stories? Anything is welcome.
     
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  2. MaiPenRai

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    I work for Princeton in Asia, a really cool program that allows you to teach or do some sort of NGO work in Asia. It's not just for Princeton applicants, either, though there are a lot of Princeton students doing it. I love it! Look at the site (www.princeton.edu/~pia) for more info. and PM me if you have any questions. I also did Teach for America (it is 2 years, though) and I HIGHLY recommend it.
     
  3. ClosetNerd

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    I think that you should work like crazy and squirl away money for the next 5 months then go do some travling.

    MaiPenRai... It looks like a phenomenal experiance is that what your doing now?
     

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