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A virtual campfire for Greenheart Travelers to share their adventures and advice from around the globe.

  • Which TEFL Course Should I Take to Teach in Korea?

    2 months ago | Teach Abroad - South Korea | 2 Comments

    Unless you majored in English, Education, or Linguistics, or have a Master’s degree in any subject, you will need to become TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) certified to qualify for the Teach in Korea program. On the EPIK (English Prog…

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  • 20 Reasons Why You Should Study Abroad in High School

    2 months ago | High School Abroad | 0 Comments

    Check out some of our most inspiring Greenheart Travel instagrammers who studied abroad at high schools all over the world within the past year! If you're studying abroad this upcoming semester, make sure to hashtag #greenhearttravel so we can feat…

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  • How Do You Sum Up Thailand With Just One Shot? Pt. 2

    3 months ago | Teach Abroad - Thailand | 0 Comments

    In round 2 of our blog series, we asked our teachers to send us just ONE photo that best sums up their time teaching English there, along with ONE sentence. Most of them expressed just how hard it is to sum up their experience with just one photo an…

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  • Meet Jazzmine Lawton: India Education Volunteer in Jaipur

    4 months ago | Volunteer Abroad - India | 0 Comments

    Greenheart Travel is thrilled to introduce Jazzmine Lawton, our recent volunteer participant at the India Education Project in Jaipur.

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  • Meet Emmanuel, Paris Teen Summer Camp Alumnus

    5 months ago | Language Camp - France | 0 Comments

    Emmanuel Sibug studied French at Greenheart Travel's language camp in Paris.

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Latest Posts

  • A Whole New World in France

    A Whole New World in France

    I have to say that I am a bit scared of going to school and not speaking a lot of French, but the most important thing is confidence. I know…

  • Adjusting and Sweating: Life in Cartagena

    Adjusting and Sweating: Life in Cartagena

    Things have changed since the day we landed in Bogota June. I’m different. Helena is different. We are different. I imagine being in a for…

  • on communication

    on communication

    [mi familia colombiana]I have always valued communication.  Through reading and purposly keeping the company of people much smarter than me…

  • Helsinki!

    Helsinki!

    On Saturday, I took a trip into Helsinki to go to orientation for the students who are studying abroad...and I vlogged throughout the day; c…

  • My First Week

    My First Week

    Hey Everyone! Sorry I know its been awhile since my last post, but I've been trying to work into the system. So my bad, I'll try to make sur…

  • Living in Korea: Honesty is the best policy!

    Living in Korea: Honesty is the best policy!

    It’s no secret that image is very important in Korean culture and I’ve mentioned briefly in the past how my Korean co-teachers, and, we…