Essential articles, resources and websites for expatriates and those interested in moving and living overseas.
Tales from a small planet:
Stories from expats living abroad.
Going Global includes world-wide job openings, internship listing, industry profiles and country-specific career and employment information. More than 30,000 pages of constantly-updated content is included on topics such as: work permits/visa regulations, resume writing guidelines and examples, employment trends, salary ranges, networking groups and cultural/interviewing advice.
Expatriates provides an extensive resource directory, discussion board, etc. for the expatriate.
Live abroad is a community for sharing experience and advice for studying, working, volunteering or retiring abroad. Resources include links to other sites pertaining to expatriate life, in-country contacts, employment abroad, volunteer opportunities and more. Articles on specific countries, message board, classified ads and free e-zine.
Learning a foreign language at a language school in the country where it is spoken enhances the learning process. https://www.quality-courses.com/
Our language schools are in Europe, Latin America, Asia, Canada and Egypt.
Opportunities to study abroad and travel around the globe!
Spanish School Directory:
Comprehensive list of schools to study Spanish.
The best gateway to quality international education and more. https://www.eslcompany.com/en/
Missionary Resource Connection:
An evangelical Christian, multi-faceted, non-profit resource group dedicated to furthering God’s kingdom by providing services to missionaries and their families. http://www.mresourcesconnection.org/
World Christian Missionary Resources
The purpose of this web site is to provide information and resources on how you can reach your world for Jesus and other useful information for Christians. This web site provides information on resources in many different languages. The resources are listed in alphabetical order. http://www.missionaryresources.com/
SEA Semester at Woods Hole:
Sea Education Association (SEA) is an internationally recognized leader in undergraduate ocean education. Since 1971, we have equipped students with the tools to become environmentally literate leaders prepared to address the defining issue of the twenty-first century: the human impact on the environment.
Tips for Students:
Every year, thousands of international students consider studying abroad to pursue a university degree, with the hope of better educational and work opportunities in the future. A variety of institutions may provide the types of educational experience that students are looking for overseas. Read more about studying abroad. http://www.tips4students.com/
Noonsite aims to provide a one-stop website featuring essential information on all matters of interest to sailors planning an offshore voyage anywhere in the world, whether already underway or still in the preparatory stages. http://www.noonsite.com/
Seven Seas Cruising Association:
Those who are living the dream, as well as those who are planning for the day that they can release the ties to the workaday world and sail off to seek paradise, and those who only dream of such adventure, all join together in an organization called the Seven Seas Cruising Association (SSCA).
Become a sailor and learn to sail the glob with Offshore Cruising Seminars.
International outdoor adventure travel offers guests the chance to see the world through the eyes of a local, who knows the ins and outs of each region. In France and England, walking tours began with pilgrimages centuries ago, and we often follow scenic footpaths that connect lovely villages. While some walking tour operators like to walk all day or from inn to inn, at Classic Journeys, we prefer to select from a range of walking options and other choices. If you like to fall into the tempo of the places you visit and experience things on your international outdoor adventure travels you never expected, please join us.
EarthKids Org was formed with the goal of providing individuals with the opportunity to experience first-hand the diversity of a new culture and the personal impact of a nature-based lifestyle. Simply learning the “natural” way. These expeditions for teens, adults and families offer the opportunity to immerse oneself in the Peruvian Amazon Rain Forest and experience a simple and natural way of life while on this adventure of a lifetime.
Discover a better kind of travel with Bicycle Tours. Bicycling is one of the best ways to explore the world. We know because we’ve been bicycle touring for almost forty years. ExperiencePlus! now offers bicycle tours in over twenty countries.
Kids Can Travel:
kidscantravel.com is an emergent website for families intent on making the most of their leisure time together. The site is structured like a magazine and intends to cultivate interest, facilitate research and ease the burden of organizing the ideal family vacation.
In addition to travel tips, guides and tools, kidscantravel.com also boasts fun stuff for kids. These fun tidbits, geared to kids aged 7 – 12, are designed to spark curiosity and open the eyes of children to new experiences.
Have Children Will Travel:
Online family newsletter of travel resources and tips.
Family Travel Forum:
Membership organization ($3.95/month or $38/yr) publishes newsletter and web site on global family travel—including destinations, health and parenting tips, travel deals, family tour operators—and provides customized travel information.
Travel for Kids:
This website combines fun things to do with practical tips, as well as family travel restaurant guides. We especially like the recommendations for children’s books about destinations worldwide.
Travel With Your Kids:
Features tips from real parents on how to travel with children. Topics covered include: getting kids ready to travel, health and safety, getting passports and visas, sections on traveling while pregnant, international adoptions, and a special section on moving and living abroad.
Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service:
This site contains travelers tips which include acceptable agricultural products and tells you about other products that require permits or are prohibited when leaving and entering the United States.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – CDC Travel Information:
Contains reference material for international travelers as well as a graphical travel map.
U.S. Customs Service:
Contains information and FAQ pages regarding legal issues for traveling in and out of the US.
Department of State Consular Affairs:
This site is run by the U.S. State Department of Consular Affairs and offers links which offer a wide variety of information to assist international travelers and travel warnings.