Two years ago, my fellow gap year colleague Margo Brookfield approached me about starting a podcast. It took me about a second of thought before I said, “Yes! Let’s do it!!!” And now, three seasons and a national award later, we are about to enter season four of Gap Year Radio.
The mission of Gap Year Radio is to bring the information and inspiration needed to plan a life-changing gap year adventure. In other words, we want to give potential gappers another place to hear voices of gap year alumni and program providers so they can start to understand how to plan their own adventure.
Gap Year Radio is available for download on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and our website. In our archives you can hear from the director of USA Gap Year Fairs, a gap year student who spent her year in Bali, a tutor with Art History Abroad, and many more!
Snippets of Some Favorite Episodes from The Archives:
Our Season Three opener brought three stories from three young entrepreneurs inspired to found social enterprises after their gap time.
Think a gap year student can’t travel solo for 6 weeks in Peru and Colombia? Michelle would like to tell you otherwise.
Holly guides students through the great museums of Western Europe. In her interview, she talks about what it’s like to teach gappers and share stories from her own gap year (like how she worked at a polar bear research station in Canada).
Andre and Tiger discuss their experiences volunteering with City Year
Gap Year alum Elisabeth talks about her gap year with Gap at Glen Brook.