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Volunteer International Medical Mission Trips: My Experience with International Service Learning

In Central America, college students, Costa Rica, Granada, Medical Mission, Nicaragua, Travel by Katelyn2 Comments

While completing my Masters in Public Health studies I became very interested in international public health. The field of public health is extremely diverse and you can do just about anything from HIV/AIDS awareness campaigns and education to healthcare information technology. Despite what many people think, there is a huge public health gap within the United States. Just look at …

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Travel Tips for Poor College Students – Traveling the World on a Beer Budget

In college students, Frugal Living, Student Loans, Study Abroad, Travel by Katelyn2 Comments

There is a reason we have the phase “poor college students.” A large majority of college students don’t have any money and the ones that do tend to spend it on food and alcohol. College is extremely expensive in the United States and most of us pay for it through student loans only to be working our tails off after …