Learn new skills, lower the costs of your travel and experience wanderlust once and for all!
This course will give you a map of all the possibilities, so you can either plan ahead or decide to find a job on the spot.
In this course, you will learn:
-How and where to find various jobs, voluntary work etc.
-Travel cheap (and safe)
-Working and travelling in and around Europe
-Earning money online
- Build an online business (interview)
- Teaching jobs
- Jobs in tourism (no only entry-level jobs) and much more!
Learn how to work & travel anywhere in the world!
There are many benefits of working while travelling the world. You don't need to save money and maybe wait for months or maybe even years to “finally do it". You can simply just jump on the plane and work your way around a new country or continent. Furthermore, the new skills you gain will help you boost your career upon your return. More and more employers consider a gap year or any other working experience abroad as a great plus!
However, the majority of people having the same wish you do, never do it! Why? They feel confused and overwhelmed by loads of information on the web, so they simply stop pursuing their goal! That's a shame, isn't it?
I designed this course based on my personal experience and knowledge as well as on my workshops and DVD. Both have helped numerous students all around the country and they can help you work your way around the globe too!
You will get life-time access to all lectures and all the updates in the future. Futhermore, there is Udemy's and mine 30-day money back guarantee, so there's nothing you can lose :) Sign up TODAY at a better price!
This course will be constantly updated!
Volunteering is great for those who:
- want to try something new in life,
- take a gap year or a career break,
- want to add new skills,
- want to learn a new language etc.
Websites with volunteer jobs anywhere in the world:
In this lecture, students learn about possibilities of sharing economy and how to rent a car cheaper.
Car relocations are wide-spread in the USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
You can either relocate a car or a camper.
Europe offers a wide range of possibilities, either for students of for full-time workers.
For traineeships, check European Commission Traineeship.
For jobs in Germany, check www.make-it-in-Germany.com/en
Travelling in Europe is quite affordable and easy.
There are various options to choose from:
- travelling by train - Interrail ticket
- travelling by plane - Rynair, Easyjet, Wizzair, Skyeurope, etc.
- car sharing - carpoolin.co.uk.
Digital nomads are people who work location independently.
There are various options:
- selling photos online
- offer services that can be done anywhere or online
- affiliate marketing etc.
Don't miss that website!
Plenty of information on how to start as a digital nomad.
In this lecture, students learn on which blog they can earn money or get promotion for their own blog.
Teachers are always welcome - either as volunteers or as paid jobs.
English teacher certificates and trainings:
Other teacher fiels:
- joga, tai chi and similar
- sports - surfing, skiing, scuba diving etc.
There are many jobs in tourism. Hotels and restaurants often employ foreign workers during their peak seasons.
You can work:
- in hotels or restaurants,
- at special events,
- in winter resorts etc.
This course will be growing, so check back in the future.
If you liked it, please leave a good review, so other people will get access to this information too :)
If it wasn't as you expected it, please send me a private message and let me know if something wasn't clear etc.
All of you, take care and have a wonderful day!
Where can you find jobs, volunteer work or traineeships to work abroad - check you knowledge!
High-spirited lecturer, an avid snowboarder and rainbow lover who finds solutions to all your language problems.
She is also the founder of the company S Tino v tujino (Go abroad with Tina) and the creator of the DVD Tujina? Zakaj pa ne?! (Go abroad? Why not?!); the first product in Slovenia, containing key information about working abroad.
Wandering the foreign countries from an early age, travelling is still the activity that brings the most joy into her life (right alongside gliding through lonely powdered slopes on her trusty snowboard:).
To make her studies more interesting, she took a gap year to study at the Karl-Franzens University in the nearby Austrian city of Graz, which she upgraded by spending a summer at the University of Heidelberg as a DAAD-scholarship student. After graduating, she tested her translation skills as a trainee at THE dream job of every European translator; at the Translation Department of the European Commission in Luxemburg.
By doing volunteer work in Finland and the United States, she wanted to find out how living in the polar circle feels like as well as whether the “American dream” really exists.
Her brand sprung from her desire for travelling, learning and using foreign languages as well as her creative drive.