PARTICIPANT REFLECTION: Matthew Smith
I was considering becoming a teacher and thought a gap year was a great way to fully experience the very best (and potentially) worst of the teaching profession before I enrolled, studied (and paid) for a university degree. Indeed, this year was very much a learning year for me where now I know that teaching is my calling…. I just need to decide if I want to teach in either a primary or secondary school.
Throwback Thursday: Annabel De Boer
Last week we caught up with Annabel from the Gold Coast and chatted about her experience in 2015 with Letz Live in the UK. See what she had to say.
PARTICIPANT REFLECTION: Anna Whip
Anna from Australia gives us the low-down on working in a UK boarding school during her gap year in Cambridge with Letz Live
PARTICIPANT REFLECTION: Ella Chapman
Ella from Brisbane (Australia) writes in reflecting on her gap year working at one of the UK's BEST schools in Kent, England
PARTICIPANT REFLECTION: Larrisa Stroh
If I am honest, I finished school last July and didn't know what I wanted to study so I decided on taking a gap year. My parents had visited New Zealand when they were younger and I was looking to travel somewhere completely different to what I was accustom to back in Germany.
PARTICIPANT REFLECTION: Hugh Britton
We recently caught up with Hugh Britton from Sydney who spent a gap year in the UK with Letz Live in 2017 to see what he thought about his gap year!
Gap Year participant Andrew Haggath
Andrew from Newcastle (UK) tells us about his gap year experiences working in a boarding school in Brisbane, Australia!
PARTICIPANT REFLECTION: Greg Young
So far my New-Zealand experience has been great, I have done a lot of traveling and seen many amazing places and met a lot of nice people.
PARTICIPANT REFLECTION: Cavlin Lowe
South African Calvin Lowe reflects on his time in New Zealand with Letz Live.
Throwback Thursday: Nathan Whitmore
Nathan tells us how his gap year positively impacted his life and how he often reflects whilst touring around remote Australia!
Throwback Thursday: Nick Wright
Do some research about different programs and really get a grasp of what you think will suit you as an individual the best. It can be daunting; but don’t feel as if you are alone, many have walked in your shoes
PARTICIPANT REFLECTION: Sheldon Paro
I’m going to hit you with the big statement straight off the bat - next year will be the best year of your life!! So raise a glass to Letz Live and your parents for giving you this amazing opportunity and go have a blast!