Take advantage of other short-term off-campus opportunities or study abroad for another semester. See if studying abroad for another term fits into your degree plan, or check out post-graduate opportunities such as graduate study abroad, international fellowships, internships, teaching or volunteer abroad positions.
Do you want to continue your education abroad? There are many different graduate school options overseas, as well as a vareity of research and teaching grants that are available to recent college graduates.
Read this article and find out how it PAYS for you to go abroad for grad school: http://www.kiplinger.com/features/archives/2009/07/go-to-graduate-school-abroad.html
Teaching abroad gives you a steady job but also allows you to immerse yourself into a culture. Living and teaching in an international setting helps you gain new views and ideas. Programs/schools in Asia will most likely pay for your round-trip airfare and your housing while abroad. In other areas of the world, you will usually have to pay for your flight, housing and program fees. Some (especially in Asia) will give you a month severance pay, pay for some of your health insurance, and match your pension plan through the government. They usually do not require you to have your TEFL/TESOL Certificate, but you might get a higher salary if you have one. You only need a Bachelor's Degree with no required concentration. Knowledge of the language is always a plus but usually never required.
Working abroad allows you to be abroad for varying lengths of time while working an unskilled job. Most programs make you pay for your round-trip airfare, but you earn enough to cover your food, housing, and other costs. Others charge a program fee. If you're lucky, you'll save money to travel afterwards.
If you would like to work abroad for longer lengths of time or move to a certain region of the world to work, check out these websites:
Interning abroad is a great way to get experience in your field of study but also become more internationalized for your résumé. Some internships may be unpaid.
International volunteer opportunities are another great way to live abroad. You will be in charge of paying for your round-trip airfare. Some programs charge a program fee and then cover most of your meals and sometimes housing. Others provide your housing for your volunteer efforts. The lengths of time abroad vary, along with the type of work you'll be doing.