Welcome Home!

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Welcome Back!

Welcome Home

Whether you have just returned from a GeoVisions teach abroad, language camp counselor abroad, au pair, volunteer, internship or high school program, or if you are an alumna or alumnus from past years, we would like to thank you for choosing GeoVisions. We hope that you will stay connected to GeoVisions by utilizing some of the resources we have available to you.

Almost all returnees go through a period of adjustment when you return home from abroad.

Similar to the culture shock you may have experienced on your program, you now have to reacclimatize yourself to your home surroundings. Often you have changed greatly during your time abroad and encountered experiences with which your friends and family have no point of reference.

Staying in touch with GeoVisions is a great way to ease into the adjustment of returning home. We have many resources that will help with the process.

As a start, connect with us on Social Media: 

    

Please Join The Tribe!

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#SeekExperiences

Because experiences are better than landmarks.

What is your purpose? Why do you get out of bed in the morning?

At GeoVisions, we are constantly examining our purpose so we can articulate why we do what we do, why our company even exists and why that should matter to anyone else. We believe experiences are more important than landmarks. Through our hashtag #SeekExperiences, our goal is to build upon the community that already lives through our thousands of fans and network of alumni, volunteers and teachers.

We are already a community, so let’s build a movement together!

We encourage everyone to get involved with this movement and inspire others to travel with purpose. You do not need to be a current or past GeoVisions participant to engage with #SeekExperiences – our goal is to inspire everyone, even if you are traveling domestically, even if you are just exploring a new part of your neighborhood. Help us create a movement. Share your journey with us and help us show the world that experiences are more important than landmarks!