Happy Day 3 of National Etiquette Week: Be a Citizen Diplomat! We’ve already talked about getting a passport and learning a language…Today, we strongly suggest you do one thing.
We especially encourage this of teenagers and young adults. There are many organizations designed to help young people plan international trips; some of them are through religious organizations, and many are through college study abroad programs. You might be able to find scholarship, sponsorship or other financial aid—find a way!
Traveling is a phenomenal and eye-opening education. It will fundamentally enrich your worldview and how you move in the world, both in your hometown and in other countries, now and in your future!