There are a lot of ways to approach a gap year: volunteering, traveling, and cultural experiences are just a few.
Whatever you choose, taking a year off is a big decision and you'll need to find the best gap year program for you. So how do you make the right choice? Consider these six factors and what you want to get out of your experience before making a choice.
Before college and after high school, many young people choose to take a gap year. This can take many forms. Some people travel, others work abroad, some volunteer. When choosing from the gap year programs available, it's important for you to know what you want to get out of your year. Think about your personal requirements for the year, and use this guide to help you make a good decision.
You're faced with a lot of choices for life after high school. With so many routes to take, which one is best for you? Global gap year programs are a wonderful way for post-high school students to explore the world and do something exciting yet meaningful before college, plus they help you develop life skills and a better understanding of yourself. Global Citizen Year's bridge year is a program that allows you to do more than just volunteer or study abroad. With a full eight months immersed in another country, working with locals and participating in the culture and customs, you leave with a wealth of real-world experiences to better equip you for college (and life).