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Meet Cathy, a resident of Gibraltar who rallied her community to gain the support and volunteers to go to Ghana and build a school. Could you be the next Cathy?
Travel and service are my two favorite ways to learn and grow. Combine travel with service and you have one of the best, most transformational experiences of your life. From international service learning experiences I have been taught how to learn, listen, embrace community, and be courageous, lessons I will forever be grateful for.
Are you a teacher looking to expand the horizons of your students but are restricted for time and funds? Then why not join us on an Educational Visit to Tanzania! Our tried and tested 12 Day Project and Safari Itinerary could be the perfect combination of study and adventure for your group.....
Our Ghanaian and International Volunteers have come together to produce this fantastic short video showing why Ghana is the place to be in 2015. Amazing beaches, amazing people, amazing projects ... but don't just take our word for it ...
This past May, students from Global Service Learning at Nebraska Wesleyan University traveled to Fiji where they danced, moved gravel, grogged, dug, laughed, mixed cement, processed, and had an experience they will never forget.
Fancy a ticking off one of the world's most spectacular treks on the bucket list with a bunch of fellow MAD people in the summer? The Founder and Chief of Madventurer has hand-picked one of the best routes and invites you to fundraise and trek for a good cause...
Hear how the MAD Fresno State Tribe is feeling as they prepare to leave for Fiji in less than a month!
Students from Acle Academy in Norfolk, England made the journey to Tanzania where they helped to build a kitchen at Nkwawangya Primary School. They also got to spend their afternoons in the classrooms and their weekend on safari.
An international service learning project has a far reaching and long lasting impact. One of the ways we maximize that impact is by including discussions, reflections, and assignments that enhance the learning being done. Hear from professors from Fresno State about how they feel about this kind of learning.
A history class, educators in training, future NGO and Community Benefit Organization leaders, agriculture majors, health care workers, you name it, there is a way for us to create an experience that blends service with the type of learning you are looking for.