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Volunteering Overseas

Volunteer overseas arm wrestling with children on a Care project

Our overseas volunteer work is based in over 25 developing countries. With nearly 700 trained staff, 450+ projects, and 10,000 volunteers per year, we are one of the world’s leading international volunteer organizations.

We have hundreds of overseas volunteer programs. You can care for children in a care centre overseas, teach English to local students, protect the environment on a Conservation Project, and more. No matter what, you will spend your time overseas in a way that benefits the global population and allows you to explore a new and exciting country.

Who Can Volunteer Overseas?

Our overseas volunteer community is made up of volunteers of all different ages, experience levels, and countries. Our placements are open to anyone 16 or older and we have specialized overseas projects for High School, Gap Year, College students, as well as professionals.

Whether you have a week or a year, Projects Abroad is perfect for anyone who wants to travel overseas and make the world a better place at the same time.

Volunteer reading to students on a Teaching Project Overseas

Why Volunteer Overseas?

There are many benefits of volunteering overseas. Here are just a few:

  • Support a community in need
  • Make life-long friends around the world
  • Gain skills and build your resume
  • Step out of your comfort zone
  • Travel without being a tourist

How to Volunteer Overseas?

Projects Abroad makes volunteering overseas a streamlined and hassle-free experience. Check out our How it Works page and view or How Does This Work video below to get started.

Explore how volunteering abroad and interning abroad works with Projects Abroad.

Experience: Over 20 years of organizing overseas volunteer projects.

Flexibility: You choose your start date.

Variety: hundreds of worthwhile projects to choose from.

Support: Full-time staff close-by in every destination.

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