Events

Half Day Workshop in NYC April 17, 2016

Do you love traveling so much that you dream of taking a career break to travel the world? Or maybe you want to break into the travel industry as a writer, photographer, or videographer so that you can live a life of travel. You can learn to do all of these things and more, at the NY Travel Festival April 16 – 17. It’s a full weekend of travel-industry-related talks, networking, happy hours and travel giveaways.

AND NY Travel Festival is teaming up with Meet, Plan, Go! to host a career break travel workshop that will reveal wanderlust-inducing information to help get you on our way!

An intimate Meet Plan Go workshop will take place on Sunday, April 17 and cover crucial topics to the career-break traveler. Become inspired by people who have “been there” and meet and network with others with similar career-break travel goals. Space is limited.

Stay tuned as we’ll be announcing our lineup of topics and speakers in February 2016!

Purchase Your Early Bird Tickets Here

career break workshop

If you are tired of two weeks of vacation time

and want to break away from the cube to explore the world,

we will teach you how.

 

What is this about?

Overcome your Career Break fear
Meet others face to face, planning their Career Break like you
Access to Experts who have done Career Breaks, and coach others.

Why Attend?

You are considering a Career Break or Sabbatical for you and/or your family
You want to meet others that are planning a Career Break as well
You want access to experts

Purchase Your Early Bird Tickets Here

“It’s a great event for people with ‘normal’ jobs looking for inspiration/advice to follow their dreams of travel.” – 2011 Attendee

“We attended your seminar in may 2012 in NYC and took off April 2013 for 7 months. We have been home for a month now and had an incredible experience traveling and gained the extra confidence to go after attending your seminar. “Mike

“I attended a MeetPlanGo event in Chicago in October of 2012. Although, seminars, conferences, and other meetings of the sort are not something I would normally seek out and attend, I felt compelled to go to that particular event. It changed my life. I have to say that again; it changed my life.” —Montana

See Information on Past Events

Career Break Guide Table of Contents

Meet Plan Go