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Linda Bryen says
Tourist guide sounds good. I don't speak any foreign languages well enough to be a translator or interpreter, though I have used Google Translate. Thanks for the agency leads - I'll check them out.
Mary Wickison says
The "chalet girl" job sounds interesting! Thanks!
P.S. Do you know anything about short term volunteer positions overseas?
Marie Ryan says
Thanks! I have no experience in TEFL, but am willing to learn. So apparently there is work in Europe! I was afraid everyone there spoke English, and there would be no need.
Brett Caulton says
Thanks! I've checked some of them out. How about a summer position; wouldn't that run 3 months?
Yea, you can get summer positions, but check out the visa issues with that country. For example, as a UK citizen I can work in Europe with no issues, even short term. However, for most of Asia, the US and Aus, I can't do that legally.
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Dreamer at heart says
By PR, do you mean mingling with the guests to make sure they have a good time? I think I can do that. Publicity for the cruise ship - that, I'm not sure about.