Tutor in English language classrooms and summer camps in spectacular seaside towns.
Most Popular Student Volunteer Adventures
In a Single Moment, the World Opens Up.
You’ll discover yourself – and another culture – on an unforgettable student service-learning adventure with Global Volunteers. Our comprehensive development programs lend relevance to academic training, and enable student volunteers to contribute to real-life projects. Faculty and student groups welcome year-round to join one- to three-week itineraries. See High School and College Group Options.
Give. Care. Explore. Make Friends. Be Appreciated.
Student volunteers mentor children, teach English, assist with health care, plant container gardens, repair community buildings, and so much more in 17 countries worldwide.
Spring break, J-term, summer vacation, or gap year.
Contribute to responsible travel: All your service program costs are tax-deductible. Find your true path. Travel the world – and make a difference in your life and in the lives of those you help.
Nurture and teach at-risk children in Lima’s largest and most scenically located orphanage.
Help a community raise children’s potential through nutrition, health and education projects.
Help raise the standard of living for children, teens and adults in coal mining towns and Indian reservations.
Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, South America, South Pacific. We have a program for you.
“Travel With Passion and Purpose”
“People seek us out, and share stories of their lives, their history and their challenges.”
“This experience gave me a unique and unparalleled educational growth, especially at such a formative point in my life. It definitely will affect my future career plans.”
“I would tell people who may be considering this opportunity to jump in head first. This is the opportunity of a lifetime…”
“We experienced more than I ever thought we could in one week. This is a great way for a group to get to know another culture. These have been among the most meaningful and beneficial experiences in my life.”