An Alternative Spring Break volunteer measures a man's blood sugar during a medical outreach.

Volunteer Abroad during Spring Break

Contribute to a sustainable volunteer program during your spring break and gain global experience

Turn your spring break into a volunteer adventure by traveling abroad and becoming part of our ongoing efforts to make a real difference. It’s also an opportunity for you to discover more of what you’re capable of during your short break.


During spring break, we offer various Team Trips. You'll team up with other college students from across the US and tackle a specific challenge together. All of our projects focus on long-term, sustainable solutions to problems we’ve identified. What you do won’t just be a quick fix. We work directly with local community members and organizations, so you can be sure your work meets real needs wherever you are.


Several of our Team Trips coincide with most major university spring break dates. You can travel to nearby countries like Mexico to avoid jet lag and make the most of the short week. There’s plenty of opportunities to get involved with, like medical outreach work in Belize. You can build school playgrounds and care for children in Jamaica or support sea turtle conservation efforts in Mexico.


Our spring break volunteer trips follow a set itinerary. We’ve chosen the perfect balance between service work and exciting cultural and leisure activities. Our staff will be available 24/7 to make sure you are safe, comfortable, and having a great time.

Choose a Spring Break Trip

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A volunteer works with children on English lessons in Jamaica with a group.

From $3,070 USD

Childcare Volunteering in Jamaica for Groups
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Travel to the Caribbean to support early childhood development at disadvantaged care centers

  • Fixed dates throughout the year
  • Anyone aged 18 or over can join
  • From 2 weeks
New-born turtles make their way to the ocean on a black sand beach after being released by a group of Conservation volunteers.

From $2,970 USD

Conservation Group Volunteer Trips to Mexico
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Live and work with a group in Mexico and become part of our ongoing efforts to protect endangered sea turtles

  • Fixed dates throughout the year
  • Anyone aged 18 or over can join
  • From 2 weeks
Last Minute Trip
Interns take a break from their public health work in Belize by relaxing with their group.

From $3,070 USD

Public Health Internship in Belize for Groups
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Gain healthcare experience and do basic medical checks in disadvantaged communities

  • Fixed dates throughout the year
  • Anyone aged 18 or over can join
  • From 2 weeks
Last Minute Trip
Interns help at a medical outreach as part of their public health work in Mexico with a group.
Public Health Work in Mexico with a Group
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Team up with interns from around the world and support public health initiatives in disadvantaged communities

  • Fixed dates throughout the year
  • Anyone aged 18 or over can join
  • From 1 week
A rainforest conservation group volunteer searches for birds on a trip to Peru.

From $2,970 USD

Rainforest Conservation Group Volunteer Trip to Peru
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Live and work in the Amazon Rainforest with a group and become part of vital conservation efforts

  • Fixed dates throughout the year
  • Anyone aged 18 or over can join
  • From 1 week

Can’t find what you’re looking for?

We’d be happy to talk about creating a custom project for you. Most of our staff have been volunteers themselves, so they’re ready to answer your questions, big or small.

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Is a spring break volunteer trip right for me?

Our spring break service trips are ideal for college students. We’ve scheduled them to coincide with major university spring breaks across the US. These programs cover a range of project categories, catering for different passions and interests. You could choose to work in a specific area of need or gain real-world experience in your field of study.


We recommend joining a Childcare Team Trip if you’re interested in working with children and learning more about early childhood development. You’ll also do some practical renovation work. For those who want to be outdoors by the ocean or in a rainforest, a Conservation Team Trip is a great fit.


If you’re a pre-med student eager to learn about healthcare in a developing country, you can sign-up for a Public Health Team Trip. It's a great way to demonstrate your commitment to medicine and add relevant experience to your resume for medical school. You’ll learn practical skills, like measuring blood pressure and sugar levels.

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