Professional Volunteering Opportunities in Care
With Projects Abroad PRO you can get involved in social work projects that focus on providing support for disadvantaged children and adults. These projects are designed for recent graduates, retired seniors or social workers on a career break.
We work with a wide range of local partners, including orphanages, community groups, clinics and care homes. Examples of our projects include volunteering as a social worker in Ghana and volunteering as an art therapist in Romania.
The aim of these projects is to provide support for the victims of social problems, covering a range of issues including domestic violence, family education, adolescent mothers and orphans. In the developing world these issues are not always properly addressed and so the help of experienced volunteers is very much needed.
Projects Abroad PRO will allocate each volunteer to a project based upon individual skills and expectations. This allows you to get the most out of the experience and enables you to really make a difference.
Please find below a list of all the available Projects Abroad PRO Care projects.
If you are not a trained professional in this area you can still take part in a volunteer project with us. Click here to view our regular Care volunteer projects.
Projects for Professionals Care projects available in:
Projects Abroad PRO needs experienced volunteers to help disadvantaged patients in the care centres and hospitals of Brasov. As an art therapy volunteer you will be treating patients and enhancing social interaction.
Volunteer psychologists on this project will help treat patients in hospitals and smaller medical clinics. You will also provide support and training for the local staff in these institutions.
On this volunteer psychology project you will be working with children who have been diagnosed with Autism. You will be based in either a school or care centre providing parents with advice and support.
This volunteer social work project helps children and adults in care centres in Cochabamba. You will be working with individuals from difficult backgrounds as well as those with special needs.
As part of this project you will be working with many groups of people who are in real need of psychological support. Skilled volunteer s help is needed in order to enhance the care given to these vulnerable individuals.
Qualified social workers can volunteer either at the Child Development Agency (CDA) or the Social Intervention project (SIGHT-C). Both of these projects work with local families and children who are faced with social problems.