The Glimpse Correspondents Program is for talented writers and photographers with a passion for storytelling and a knack for finding truly unique stories. The program is open to anyone who will be working, volunteering, or studying outside of their home country for at least 10 weeks.

Glimpse Articles

The meaning of travel: a new guide for millennials

by Keay Nigel

8 things every world traveler struggles with

by Dayana Aleksandrova

Beyond wanderlust — I quit my job to travel indefinitely, but I did it to survive

by Rushel Miller

9 things you gain when you start traveling solo

by Nicole Sunderland

The European Parliament is considering giving free train passes to youth in the European Union

by Amanda Machado

This island off of Boston was once used as a mental institution and a military fort. Visionaries just turned it into a massive urban farm.

by Cathy Brown

11 things I stopped giving a shit about after 6 months on the road

by Mike Cianciulli

A hitchhiking guide to Central Europe

by Brian Gillikin

Why traveling on your parents’ dime isn’t truly traveling

by Brian Gillikin

Finding jeong in South Korea

by Deva Lee

To Byzantium and back: An exploration of Eastern Orthodoxy in Ukraine

by Jeffrey Ball

A ground-level look at Syria right before the tipping point

by Margaret Robinson

In Paris, yes is the new “oui”

by Brenna Daldorph

From city to summit: Trekking Nepal’s Langtang Valley

by Kristen Zipperer

Glimpse Graduate Program: Apply now for an immersive travel journalism mentorship

by Carlo Alcos

No baguette for you: On being gluten intolerant in France

by Brenna Daldorph

Riding the white horse: On being foreign in South Korea

by Sarah Shaw

Myanmar transported: The Yangon Circular Railway

by Molly Ferrill
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