If the world were 100 people, what would it look like? The 100 People Foundation (www.100people.org) is committed to simplifying and humanizing complex global statistics by looking at the world as a community of 100 people. We provide media and educational tools to teachers around the world to help them teach a global view, and inspire their students to learn more about their global neighbors.
Our directories at GoAbroad.com contain tens of thousands of opportunities abroad — updated daily — includingstudy abroad, internships, volunteer opportunities, teach abroad, language schools and much more. They receive an average of 1.5+ million visitors each month and are used by students, study abroad advisors, faculty members and travelers all over the world.
Our companion site, GoAbroad.net, is a social networking site for travelers. In addition to travel blogs, interactive maps and integrated social networking tools, GoAbroad.net is a resource that provides study abroad directors, program providers, and international program coordinators with an extensive backend administration loaded with great communication tools.
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