Plan Your Gap Year Trip in 30 Days

Gap Year 30 Student is a FREE thirty day email series designed for students planning to embark on a long-term journey

Leave the traditional classroom for a classroom of a different sort!

Leave the traditional classroom for a classroom of a different sort!

We’ll teach you how to make the best Gap year possible, including how to tell your parents!

Tired of learning just for the sake of learning? Ready to ditch the books and schedules for a classroom otherwise known as the real world? Our step-by-step guide is catered with the student in mind. We’ll give you insight as to how to take it from the whiteboard to a boarding pass.

This course is not just about where you think you should go and what sights you want to see. You’ll get advice for how to choose your destinations, how to cut expenses, plan accommodations, figuring out immunizations, acquiring the right visas, and much more.

Here are some topics covered in the Gap Year Students Edition:

'There is freedom waiting for you, On the breezes of the sky, And you ask 'What if I fall?' Oh but my darling, What if you fly?'
Day 7
Reducing Costs
Day 10
Getting Your Parents On Board
Day 14
Gadgets
Day 17
How To Pack
Day 21
Staying Safe
Day 24
Working On The Road
Day 26
Creating Meaningful Interactions
Day 29
Passports And Paper Work
Day 30
Perks Of Being A Student

"Amazing site..thank you...it was like having a seasoned traveler/friend to guide you through the process..so you don't forget anything."

"Everything I learned was a tremendous help and I look forward to putting it to use in the near future. I'm planning to take a year off and travel the world. This is an easy to follow guide and it covers all important topics like safety, health, money. I subscribed my mother to the parents edition and she's totally loving it! It sure helps knowing we both prepare for this trip of mine. Thank you!"

"I feel it was a very thought out & well written blog spread out over 30 days. I figured out a lot more things than I would have thought by myself."

Leave the traditional classroom for a classroom of a different sort!

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