Resources and Things to Consider
September 22, 2017
The one thing both sides agree on when it comes to a gap year is the need for a properly executed plan. Experts suggest working with family members, counselors and teachers to determine what is best for each individual.
If you decide a gap year is for you, make sure your plan supports your long-term goals, is well laid out and affordable. Without a clear cut plan, students who take gap years often end up wasting that time and falling further behind their peers, which can lead to frustration and stress.
Here are some links for more information on taking a gap year: