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Kaylee Beevers

Kaylee Beevers

“The traveler sees what he sees, the tourist sees what he has come to see.” - G.K. Chesterton

Bio: Twenty-five countries in 22 years. Kaylee has had the travel bug since day one and always craves new exploration. As a marketing communications and international studies graduate from UW-River Falls, she has taught English in Japan, performed a marketing internship in Israel, studied Spanish in Spain, and was a Spanish translator in Peru. Now, Kaylee has followed in her grandma’s footsteps and moved to Chicago to start her career.

Articles By Kaylee Beevers

A Guide to Gap Year in Ireland Published 18 Apr 2018

***read article in a Irish accent*** Top o’ the mornin’ ta ya lads. Even been ta the vast green fields of Athenry or have ya been itchin’ for a journey along the rocky road ta Dublin town? Ya lookin’ like you need ta practice s...

Understanding Bridge Year Programs & Others Like It Published 12 Mar 2018

ATTENTION to all incoming college freshman. Congrats, y’all! You did it. You’ve graduated high school and are moving on to the next exciting phase of life… college. As the violin plays the Graduation Song by Vitamin C in the background, we know you’ll ...

A Guide to Gap Year in Canada Published 27 Feb 2018

OHHHH CANADA. My home and native landdddd of maple syrup and cool accents that have long ‘o’ and ‘a’ sounds. Oh sure, this place is pretty neat for a gap year abroad if you ask me. What’s there to do in Canada, besides ea...

A Guide to Gap Year in Iceland Published 24 Jan 2018

Alllll aboard, my fellow vikings! To the land of small colorful cities, heart-warming locals, and tons of natural landscape, we venture into a gap year in Iceland. Put on your gold hat with the horns and pull your hair back in braids, you don’t ...

A Guide to Gap Year in South Korea Published 03 Dec 2017

On a scale of 1 to 10, how much do you enjoy doing displaying “bad” table manners? Like sitting on the floor, slurping your hot, steamy beef noodle soup, or not finishing everything on your plate. In South Korea, break all the rules and le...

A Guide to Gap Year Camp Jobs Abroad Published 22 Nov 2017

Ever had that dream of going to summer camp and running into your twin? You know, kinda like Lindsey Lohan in The Parent Trap? I mean, we allllll did. Now, you’re a bit too old to be a camper, let alone, run into your so-called twin. But, there&...

A Guide to Gap Year in Peru Published 20 Nov 2017

Hola, chicos. In awe by alluring green jungles and tall mountains that span for miles? Want to explore hidden caves along the Inca Trail that have still been undiscovered by man? I bet you’re in search of a Spanish oasis where you can practice t...

A Guide to Gap Year in England Published 20 Nov 2017

*Must read article in British accent.* Ello’, gov-nah! Looking to take a wee gap year program in England? Well, come along mate and join in on all the fun—your ideal British gap year experience is just a few clicks away! Rage in-tune to th...

A Guide to Gap Year in India Published 15 Nov 2017

Gap year programs in India are full of rich colors, exotic mannerisms, exquisite cuisine, and.. fresh coconut curry and warm naan bread. We all know that everyone digs those. Lose yourself in the beautiful markets where the locals sell their savory sp...

A Guide to Gap Year Skiing Published 14 Nov 2017

Love the feeling of freshly laid white powder between your skis as you’re rushing down a black diamond? Want to show off your sweet skiing skills and share your passion for the wintery cold? Then sign up for gap year skiing programs! Live your s...

A Guide to Taking Gap Year in South Africa Published 14 Nov 2017

Do you love a big braai (barbeque) on the soft sand beaches? Or do you enjoy scoping through magnificent caves that contain human bones from 2.3 million years ago? Or do you live for the thrill of being dropped 49 feet below the blue ocean into a shar...

A Guide to Getting a Gap Year Job Abroad Published 14 Nov 2017

Does talk traveling the world get you pumped for adventure? You want to get out there, but there’s one thing holding you back… money. No need to fret any longer! There are heaps of paid gap year jobs all around the globe. Work in a ...

A Guide to Taking a Gap Year in China Published 09 Nov 2017

Are you ready to learn more yourself and what you want to do? Do you want to escape your everyday four walls in lieu of venturing within a sea of people, martial arts, and endless bowls of wontons? YPs and recent grads are invited to pack their ...