Workers of the World Weekly

Workers of the World Weekly: January 29, 2016

Articles and posts by or about travellers working their way around the world

Teaching at a Women’s Prison in Thailand
Watching the Shawshank Redemption hadn’t prepared Ligeia for the amount of free massages she would receive each time she went behind the wallls of the Chiang Mai Correctional Facility.

My Volunteer Work Exchange Experience at a Hostel in Malaysia
Amélie works for her accommodation for three months in Malacca after being poached by the owner of a guesthouse she had stayed in previously.

1 Year Later…Hola Inglaterra
Back in Norwich, a recent English language assistant reflects on her time in Málaga

7 Days, 7 Thoughts From A Soon-To-Be Auxiliar…
Another English language assistant in Spain, this tine at the beginning of her journey, communicates her feelings with GIFs and cartoons.

How to Be a Camp Counselor in 10 Easy Steps
Spending your summer as a camp counselor in the USA is an awesome way to meet new friends, act like a kid for three months and get some experiences that will prepare you for almost anything in life, says Lucy Harper.

How to… Find an Internship in France
Naomi Todd could have saved herself a lot of stress and worry had she read these words before she took off to France but, wholesome, selfless person that she is, she passes her hindsight onto you.

Guide for Prospective Medical Volunteers
A look at the benefits of medical volunteer work and key areas in need. There’s plenty of resources too for getting yourself into the field.

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