Short-term Voluntary Work Experience Placements for Volunteers Aged 19+
Are you aged 19 or older, and looking to volunteer abroad during your summer holiday? Travel to a new country and leave a lasting impact by joining one of our 19+ Specials.
The projects run for two weeks and are perfect for anyone looking for a structured volunteer experience, while exploring a new country and culture. All the social activities and sightseeing opportunities have been planned ahead, and all you need to do is sign-up. The 19+ Specials encourage young people to serve others, experience different cultures and take part in an adventure of a lifetime!
Choose between our Care & Community, Conservation or our Public Health placements – there’s something for everyone!
CHOOSE A 19+ SPECIAL PROJECT:
Teach basic lifeskills, play fun educational games and organise educational activities for children in Phnom Penh. You'll also take part in community outreach activities alongside other volunteers your age.
Provide educational support for children in care centres and help them to reach their early childhood development goals. You'll also take part in community outreaches involving basic renovation work.
Volunteers on this project will work to provide free basic medical treatment and conduct healthcare checks for those in local communities. You will also help to educate local people about first aid, hygiene and nutrition.
Work with children from underprivileged backgrounds, focusing on activities such as reading and games, as well as teaching basic English and hygiene skills.
Work alongside local teachers to assist them in the classroom while providing the children with one-on-one attention. You'll also be given Spanish lessons to help you better connect with the local people.
Volunteer in the heart of the Amazon Rainforest and contribute to ongoing conservation work in Peru. You'll take part in a diverse range of activities from biodiversity studies to bird tagging.
Provide basic medical treatment to local communities in need. You will take part in healthcare screenings, assist local medical staff and come up with strategies to tackle the prevalence of non-communicable diseases.
Promote early childhood development for children in preschools and care centres by organising games and educational activities, as well as supporting local teachers.