The Best Volunteer Abroad Programs for Adults

The Best Volunteer Abroad Programs for Adults

If you are looking for a challenge later in life, then volunteer work abroad is a good place to start. There are thousands of adults over 40, 50 and 60 years old that volunteer abroad every year, each with their own unique set of knowledge and skills.

Instead of asking yourself if you’re too old to volunteer, rather decide which organization you’d like to volunteer for. This guide aims at answering your questions about adult volunteers abroad.

The Best Study Abroad Programs for 2019 (Our Opinion)

The Best Study Abroad Programs for 2019 (Our Opinion)

If you’re looking at combining studying abroad with volunteering this year, there are several study abroad programs available, one of which is bound to be exactly right for you. Plenty of programs on this list are perfect for individuals on a low budget.

Whether you’re looking to volunteer abroad at the end or beginning of a semester, combine studying a new language with volunteering abroad, or meet university course requirements, the reasonably priced study abroad programs described below are worthwhile looking at.

How to Choose the Right Short-Term Volunteer Trip for You

How to Choose the Right Short-Term Volunteer Trip for You

It can often become tricky to find the right time to go on vacation, whether you’re stuck behind an office desk, or swamped with studies for university. If meaningful travel is something you’re interested in, there are many affordable short-term volunteer abroad programs available that range from 1 week to 24 weeks long. Whether you prefer to travel alone or with friends, you’ll be able to find a short-term volunteering opportunity that suits your schedule.

Why You Should Volunteer in the Dominican Republic with BLUE Missions

Why You Should Volunteer in the Dominican Republic with BLUE Missions

BLUE Missions has two goals:

1.     To end the water and sanitation crisis

2.     To build a generation of global citizens.

Both goals are accomplished through Service Trips by connecting volunteers of all ages with impactful projects and authentic immersion. Our volunteers create lasting changes in the communities they visit, and are motivated to continue making a difference locally after they return home.

The movement was started with the hope of sharing the BLUE experience as widely as possible.

How to Prepare for Your Service Trip Abroad (Easy Guide)

How to Prepare for Your Service Trip Abroad (Easy Guide)

Going on a service trip abroad can be one of the most fulfilling experiences you can have, however, to make your trip a success you must prepare appropriately. Having everything you need on your trip will ensure that your mind on focused on service, rather than worrying about what you’re missing. Here’s a quick list that we recommend you go through when preparing for your service trip abroad

Service Internships vs. Volunteering Abroad: What’s Right for You?

Service Internships vs. Volunteering Abroad: What’s Right for You?

There are many opportunities available to travel abroad, further your career prospects and broaden your life experiences during your break period. It can sometimes be very difficult to decide which opportunity is best for you. One of the decisions you may have to make is whether it will be best for you to volunteer or intern abroad. To make this choice, it helps to understand the differences between the two options.

12 Organizations Helping to End the Global Water Crisis

12 Organizations Helping to End the Global Water Crisis

It’s a fact that clean water is absolutely essential for life, however, it is not readily available to much of the global population. Many communities have no choice but to use contaminated water to cook, clean, drink, and bathe. Here is a list of social organizations that are working around the clock to eliminate this problem, saving lives, and making global societies better.

7 Hacks to Volunteering Abroad for (almost) Free

7 Hacks to Volunteering Abroad for (almost) Free

Volunteering abroad is seldom completely free. Even if you manage to find a gig that pays for your room and food, many programs will still require that you pay for your own airfare. If you are a novice and are not familiar with another country’s culture, or have not been overseas before, it might be a good idea to actually pay a little extra.

This might just provide you with that bit of extra support other, cheaper programs may not have. By using a little creativity, passion, and drive, you’ll however be able to make your volunteering abroad experience very affordable, albeit not necessarily completely free.