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Telling us where to go

A summer exploring exotic locales may seem like the dream college job. But for 80 Harvard students, the `Let's Go' life is no day at the beach.

By David Abel
Globe Staff / June 18, 2006

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The job requires a willingness to brave caprices of nature like monsoons, fend off pickpockets and other possible miscreants, and stomach the solitude of traveling alone for two months, often in a foreign country, with no more than a dim grasp of the language. (Full article: 1651 words)

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