Yo, job/travel advice after college needed!

Hey guys, graduating in May 2014 with a B.A. in psychology. What can I do to get a job preferably with travel involved afterward?

Here are the options I’ve come up with so far:
Fulbright Scholarship–teaching English abroad
JET–teach Eng. in Japan for a year
need letters of recommendations…any programs that DON’T require letters of rec.?

Peace Corps
Teach for America

Anyone participated in these programs before? Any other ideas to travel/work? I want to write, make music, poetry, and travel the world!

November 3, 2013 at 4:23 pm
Daniel (316) (@qwuakeup) 8 years ago ago

I think the most important thing to do first is this:

1. Write down a list of things you think you’ll enjoy doing. (Spend at least 10 minutes on this)

2. Write down a list of things you’re already good at. (“)

3. How can you turn your answers in point 1 and point 2 so that it gives value to people (In what way can you benefit the world?)

3. Set a goal for 5 years from to now see where you’re heading (A pointer so you have a way of moving forward, you won’t necessary end up here )

Finding out (Creating) what it is you want to do and are good at is the quickest/sure fire way for living well/successfully.

We have to find how we can most provide value to the world – and this won’t be working in mundane company.

Look at this site – do you think Jordan or Martin or whoever they are would be giving more value than here if they were working in a job they thought they “should” have?

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@lastunicorn, I can tell you right now those teach English abroad programs arent all theyre played up to be. That said, theyre definately an INCREDIBLE post-college adventure!

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Marquice (0) (@MarsQuice) 6 years, 9 months ago ago

If you want to travel I would suggest an opportunity in the network marketing industry. I am a junior in college currently and the last thing I want to do is work for Corporate as a wage slave. my friends introduced me to this opportunity and if done right it provides a life of abundance, travel, and a sense of being which i believe is the most important. if you are interested I can send you a link, that way you can see for yourself.

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