Alternative Spring Break: Volunteer Travel
The American ritual known as spring break has evolved from a sprawling beach party into a chance for students to do some good. The opportunities to contribute are numerous and wide-ranging. You can volunteer in a low-income school, help out on an archaeological dig, or work for a crucial environmental cause. This guide to alternative spring break presents organizations focused on volunteer travel, along with recently published articles on the topic, so you’ll be equipped to find a cause and project that suit your own unique interests and talents.
If you remember your last spring break as a blur of crowded beaches, overpriced meals, and bad ... read more »
The length of your break, the location of your trip, your budget, and work preferences are a ... read more »
Before your alternative spring break dreams can come to fruition, you might want some help from a ... read more »
Volunteer vacations aren’t always cheap, so you’ll want to save money however possible; ... read more »
There are special considerations to make regarding your health and safety when volunteering abroad. ... read more »
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