Travel Teacher will be teaming up with STA travel education to provide a collaborative approach to delivering engaging, informative and helpful educational travel content.
Aitutaki is home to the worlds most beautiful turquoise sunlit lagoon, a island that plays home to approximately 1800 people, its truly a must for your travel bucket list
Beachcomber island, a small marine sanctuary situated off the coast of Viti Levu Fiji, unique, spectacular and fun is how we would describe it! As a Travel Teacher volunteer embarking on an Impact Expedition in Fiji you will have the opportunity to visit this dream island and immerse yourself within the islands mix of rich vibrant culture and modern resort atmosphere.
After months of doing the same thing day in day out I realised I was living my worst fear: not living. The realisation scared me into researching every spare moment I had, looking for something different, something to take me out of my comfort zone; an adventure. This is when I came across Travel Teacher.
Travel Teachers global engagement projects combine education and exploration, allowing volunteers to engage in meaningful travel whilst having the opportunity to immerse themselves deep within local culture and authentic communities.
Caroline Chippet, from Somerset is a third year student at Exeter university. Caroline will be joining us post graduation to embark on a volunteering experience in Fiji for 1 month. Caroline believes that embarking on a meaningful travel experience in Fiji will provide her with an ideal stepping stone into the world of work.
First of all, what are employability skills? In simple terms, these are the skills which you will use and display in everyday life whilst in the world of work. Volunteering abroad and embarking on an Impact Expedition with Travel Teacher will enhance these skills by providing you with a supported platform for you to step outside of your comfort zone.