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Planning faculty-led service trips abroad

Overview

Group of students and teachers together at a school on a service learning trip to Africa

Planning a faculty-led service learning trip can be difficult if you do it all yourself. Projects Abroad is well-suited to help faculty and administrators make this process easier. We have offices and staff is over 30 countries and over a quarter century of experience organizing service programs for students in the developing world.

When planning a faculty-led trip with Projects Abroad, our dedicated staff in the US and overseas will work with you to develop a program that meets your curriculum goals and institutional requirements, utilizes skills introduced in the classroom, and challenges students with real-life experience.

How to plan a faculty-led service learning trip

With a Projects Abroad Custom Group Trip you choose the dates, duration, location, and project you would like to focus on for your trip. You can plan your service project as a culmination of a course at the end of a term, or a team-building exercise at the beginning of a course.

We will organize a daily schedule for you offering real-time learning experience and cultural immersion.

Our local support staff will be there to guide and assist you the whole time, and ensure your program is well-organized, productive, and safe. Contact us now to discuss the best arrangements for your group.

“Through this experience, I think that the two main goals of this project - cultural immersion and service - were achieved. A great deal was certainly learnt about Mongolia, its transition, its people and our students’ everyday life. In terms of service, we’ve taught English, cared for children and contributed as much as we could. I think it was a success.”

Don Rassler, United States Military Academy at West Point Group Leader
Teaching in Mongolia

Suggested projects for faculty-led service trips:

Types of Groups
High School Groups University Groups Sports Teams Medical Groups Corporate Groups Club CAS/IB Faculty Led

Group of students and teachers together at a school on a service learning trip to Africa

Planning a faculty-led service learning trip can be difficult if you do it all yourself. Projects Abroad is well-suited to help faculty and administrators make this process easier. We have offices and staff is over 30 countries and over a quarter century of experience organizing service programs for students in the developing world.

When planning a faculty-led trip with Projects Abroad, our dedicated staff in the US and overseas will work with you to develop a program that meets your curriculum goals and institutional requirements, utilizes skills introduced in the classroom, and challenges students with real-life experience.

How to plan a faculty-led service learning trip

With a Projects Abroad Custom Group Trip you choose the dates, duration, location, and project you would like to focus on for your trip. You can plan your service project as a culmination of a course at the end of a term, or a team-building exercise at the beginning of a course.

We will organize a daily schedule for you offering real-time learning experience and cultural immersion.

Our local support staff will be there to guide and assist you the whole time, and ensure your program is well-organized, productive, and safe. Contact us now to discuss the best arrangements for your group.

“Through this experience, I think that the two main goals of this project - cultural immersion and service - were achieved. A great deal was certainly learnt about Mongolia, its transition, its people and our students’ everyday life. In terms of service, we’ve taught English, cared for children and contributed as much as we could. I think it was a success.”

Don Rassler, United States Military Academy at West Point Group Leader
Teaching in Mongolia

Suggested projects for faculty-led service trips:

Sample Itineraries

Group of students and teachers together at a school on a service learning trip to Africa

Planning a faculty-led service learning trip can be difficult if you do it all yourself. Projects Abroad is well-suited to help faculty and administrators make this process easier. We have offices and staff is over 30 countries and over a quarter century of experience organizing service programs for students in the developing world.

When planning a faculty-led trip with Projects Abroad, our dedicated staff in the US and overseas will work with you to develop a program that meets your curriculum goals and institutional requirements, utilizes skills introduced in the classroom, and challenges students with real-life experience.

How to plan a faculty-led service learning trip

With a Projects Abroad Custom Group Trip you choose the dates, duration, location, and project you would like to focus on for your trip. You can plan your service project as a culmination of a course at the end of a term, or a team-building exercise at the beginning of a course.

We will organize a daily schedule for you offering real-time learning experience and cultural immersion.

Our local support staff will be there to guide and assist you the whole time, and ensure your program is well-organized, productive, and safe. Contact us now to discuss the best arrangements for your group.

“Through this experience, I think that the two main goals of this project - cultural immersion and service - were achieved. A great deal was certainly learnt about Mongolia, its transition, its people and our students’ everyday life. In terms of service, we’ve taught English, cared for children and contributed as much as we could. I think it was a success.”

Don Rassler, United States Military Academy at West Point Group Leader
Teaching in Mongolia

Suggested projects for faculty-led service trips:

Group Discount

Group of students and teachers together at a school on a service learning trip to Africa

Planning a faculty-led service learning trip can be difficult if you do it all yourself. Projects Abroad is well-suited to help faculty and administrators make this process easier. We have offices and staff is over 30 countries and over a quarter century of experience organizing service programs for students in the developing world.

When planning a faculty-led trip with Projects Abroad, our dedicated staff in the US and overseas will work with you to develop a program that meets your curriculum goals and institutional requirements, utilizes skills introduced in the classroom, and challenges students with real-life experience.

How to plan a faculty-led service learning trip

With a Projects Abroad Custom Group Trip you choose the dates, duration, location, and project you would like to focus on for your trip. You can plan your service project as a culmination of a course at the end of a term, or a team-building exercise at the beginning of a course.

We will organize a daily schedule for you offering real-time learning experience and cultural immersion.

Our local support staff will be there to guide and assist you the whole time, and ensure your program is well-organized, productive, and safe. Contact us now to discuss the best arrangements for your group.

“Through this experience, I think that the two main goals of this project - cultural immersion and service - were achieved. A great deal was certainly learnt about Mongolia, its transition, its people and our students’ everyday life. In terms of service, we’ve taught English, cared for children and contributed as much as we could. I think it was a success.”

Don Rassler, United States Military Academy at West Point Group Leader
Teaching in Mongolia

Suggested projects for faculty-led service trips:

Reviews

Group of students and teachers together at a school on a service learning trip to Africa

Planning a faculty-led service learning trip can be difficult if you do it all yourself. Projects Abroad is well-suited to help faculty and administrators make this process easier. We have offices and staff is over 30 countries and over a quarter century of experience organizing service programs for students in the developing world.

When planning a faculty-led trip with Projects Abroad, our dedicated staff in the US and overseas will work with you to develop a program that meets your curriculum goals and institutional requirements, utilizes skills introduced in the classroom, and challenges students with real-life experience.

How to plan a faculty-led service learning trip

With a Projects Abroad Custom Group Trip you choose the dates, duration, location, and project you would like to focus on for your trip. You can plan your service project as a culmination of a course at the end of a term, or a team-building exercise at the beginning of a course.

We will organize a daily schedule for you offering real-time learning experience and cultural immersion.

Our local support staff will be there to guide and assist you the whole time, and ensure your program is well-organized, productive, and safe. Contact us now to discuss the best arrangements for your group.

“Through this experience, I think that the two main goals of this project - cultural immersion and service - were achieved. A great deal was certainly learnt about Mongolia, its transition, its people and our students’ everyday life. In terms of service, we’ve taught English, cared for children and contributed as much as we could. I think it was a success.”

Don Rassler, United States Military Academy at West Point Group Leader
Teaching in Mongolia

Suggested projects for faculty-led service trips:

How to Apply

Group of students and teachers together at a school on a service learning trip to Africa

Planning a faculty-led service learning trip can be difficult if you do it all yourself. Projects Abroad is well-suited to help faculty and administrators make this process easier. We have offices and staff is over 30 countries and over a quarter century of experience organizing service programs for students in the developing world.

When planning a faculty-led trip with Projects Abroad, our dedicated staff in the US and overseas will work with you to develop a program that meets your curriculum goals and institutional requirements, utilizes skills introduced in the classroom, and challenges students with real-life experience.

How to plan a faculty-led service learning trip

With a Projects Abroad Custom Group Trip you choose the dates, duration, location, and project you would like to focus on for your trip. You can plan your service project as a culmination of a course at the end of a term, or a team-building exercise at the beginning of a course.

We will organize a daily schedule for you offering real-time learning experience and cultural immersion.

Our local support staff will be there to guide and assist you the whole time, and ensure your program is well-organized, productive, and safe. Contact us now to discuss the best arrangements for your group.

“Through this experience, I think that the two main goals of this project - cultural immersion and service - were achieved. A great deal was certainly learnt about Mongolia, its transition, its people and our students’ everyday life. In terms of service, we’ve taught English, cared for children and contributed as much as we could. I think it was a success.”

Don Rassler, United States Military Academy at West Point Group Leader
Teaching in Mongolia

Suggested projects for faculty-led service trips:

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