Wage peace by teaching students and professionals conversational English in historic Hanoi.
Ticket to Lifelong Learning!
Hit the road for lifelong learning! Abroad or at home, you can explore 17 countries in spectacular volunteer destinations. Join kindred spirits making a difference in the lives of children and families – it’s a hallmark of our service programs. Travel with us – a long-standing non-profit leader in worldwide volunteering. One- two- and three-week volunteer itineraries are available year-round.
Give. Explore. Care. Make Friends. Be a Global Volunteer.
Mentor children, teach English, assist with health care, plant container gardens, counsel new mothers and pregnant women, repair community buildings, and so much more in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Europe, North America, South America and the South Pacific. Choose a different destination each year!
And, consider this: your program and travel costs are tax-deductible!
Of course, your health and safety are our priority, so we provide secure tourist-class hotels and guest-houses, reliable transportation, bottled water, and three nutritious meals daily.
“As a lifelong learner, I’ve always been a student and a teacher. Since I retired, I’ve expanded these roles in service to others.”
-Gloria, 10-time Global Volunteer
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“Traveling with Global Volunteers fills holes in my life with purpose, and gives me the joy of helping others.”
Jeff RogoFrequent Volunteer and Team Leader
“It made me a kinder person, a warmer person, and even a less-judgmental person. But really, it gave me tremendous perspective.”
Gila Cohen-ShawSt. Lucia and Tanzania Volunteer
“Almost everyone I met in one way or another thanked me just for coming there.”
Stephen BeckCook Islands Volunteer
“You realize you have something in common with the people you’re working with. It really is waging peace through justice worldwide.”
Joan McInnis10-time Volunteer Worldwide
“These have been among the most meaningful and beneficial experiences in my life.”
Gary SandefurMontana Volunteer