The diversity of gap year opportunities on offer is such that it is only limited by your imagination or your ambition. Packed with ideas on where to go and what to do, this guidebook will make your planning easier. OVER 220 CONTACT ORGANISATIONS VALUABLE ADVICE ON HEALTH AND SAFETY USING THE INTERNET FOR RESEARCH - AND WHEN YOU'RE OUT THERE PERSONAL ACCOUNTS FROM PEOPLE WHO'VE BEEN THERE AND DONE IT WRITTEN FOR SCHOOL AND UNIVERSITY LEAVERS, VOLUNTEERS AND MID CAREER YEAR-OUTERS
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Nick Vandome has himself taken gap years on three occasions: firstly between school and university, when he worked in the UK and then in France putting up tents for a camping company; secondly when he spent a year in Australia, working in a variety of jobs ranging from fruit-picking to bar work; and finally when he spent a year travelling which included several months in Africa, Asia and Australia again.Review:
"'Practical advice.' Evening Standard; 'Caters for all age groups and motivational levels...provides clear and comprehensive advice on every aspect of your trip.' Australian News; 'Required reading...unlike most reference books this one should be read right through.' School Librarian Journal"
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