Now What?

How a Gap Year of International Internships
Prepared Me for College, Career, and Life.

Now What? The Book

Your inside guide to a professional, travel, and academic gap year

About Now What?

NOW WHAT? Forget the old concept of going straight from high school to college to work. Through her firsthand perspective, gap year girl Monika Lutz shows you how to intern around the world, earn college credit, and experience an Ivy League education in a non-traditional way—all for less than the price of a full year at a state school. This is her journey across nine cities, six countries, and twelve highly competitive internships to finding an answer to the question, Now What?

Now What? provides firsthand examples to show students:

• How to win high-profile internships without any college experience
• How to plan and pay for a gap year without depending on Mom and Dad
• How to find professional, academic, and personal success by taking a gap year
• How to avoid and overcome common gap year challenges including
travel complications, personal safety threats, immigration problems, unemployment, spiritual issues, and loneliness.

You read about Monika in The Wall Street Journal, Time Magazine, Fox News, and more. Now, get the full story.

Now What? takes readers along on Monika’s six-country gap year journey from college rejection, to jungle huts, to high-fashion houses, to the US Congress in order to break through the college controversy that’s tearing our high schools apart. This is the full story the newspapers couldn’t fit.

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Let Now What? Provide Your Answer To:

Internships

How to win high-profile internships without any college experience

Money

How to plan and pay for a gap year without depending on Mom and Dad

Guide

How to discover which college and academic major is right for you before entering college

Tips

How to avoid and overcome common gap year challenges including travel complications, personal safety threats, immigration problems, unemployment, spiritual issues, and loneliness

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