Let's kick off 2013 with some Career Break conversation! Come join our NYC Hosts of Meet, Plan, Go!, Rainer Jenss and Sherry Ott for this casual meetup to share your travel stories and toast to future travel plans!
We'll hoist some beers and talk about upcoming 2013 travels! For those of you in the planning stage, this is a great chance for you to meet some like minded people with your same career break goals and get questions answered about your travel planning. And if you are a career break veteran - then we welcome your expertise and inspiration that you can provide. Come join us on February 20th!
ABOUT YOUR HOSTS
In July, 2008, after more than 4-1/2 years of intense planning, Rainer Jenss sold his house, put the family’s possessions in storage and left his job to do something that many people dream of, but very few actually dare to carry out: travel around the world for an entire year together with his wife and two young sons.
Before putting his professional expertise and personal passion to the ultimate test to travel around the world for a year with his family, Rainer was a Vice President and thirteen-year veteran of National Geographic. He helped relaunch National Geographic Kids in April 2002, and as its publisher, grew the publication to be the most widely read children's magazine in the world.
During the yearlong journey, Rainer reported for National Geographic Traveler's award-winning Intelligent Travel Blog, posting a weekly column about the experience and offering an inside look at life on the road traveling together as a family. Rainer continues to report on family travel as a Special Correspondent for National Geographic Traveler's Intelligent Travel Blog.
Website Jenss Family Travels | Twitter: @JenssTravel
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Meet, Plan, Go!
Meet Plan Go provides inspiration and ‘how-to’ advice regarding career break planning and travel. At Meet, Plan, Go! we are leading the career break movement in North America; encouraging and teaching others how to travel the world and have it be beneficial to your career. We envision a world where the term ‘career break’ is a part of your overall career strategy and your resume.