International Volunteering Resources
"...brings together motivated activists of color for seven weeks to learn the art of organizing. Graduates receive help in getting jobs in community or labor organizations fighting for justice. Reserve your space in the movement today!" or call 510-533-7583 xt. 13
We place people in community projects in China, Ecuador, Ghana, Nepal, Romania, Russia, Thailand, and Uganda. Volunteers have the opportunity to participate in a variety of educational, environmental and community aid programs.
Provides internships, short and long term opportunities in Thailand and Tanzania. Programs focus on HIV/AIDS awareness and sustainable agriculture.
Green Corps' mission is to teach the next generation of environmental leaders the strategies and skills they'll need to win tomorrow's environmental battles while providing critical field support for today's pressing environmental problems. Since our inception, we have trained thousands of young people in the skills of organizing and advocacy, led more than 50 critical environmental campaigns, and helped launch the careers of 150 Green Corps graduates currently holding positions of leadership in the environmental and social change movement.
A non-governmental organization (NGO), which protects human rights and promotes nonviolent transformation of conflicts. When invited, the NGO sends teams of volunteers into areas of repression and conflict. The volunteers accompany human rights defenders, their organizations and others threatened by political violence.
Volunteers participate in the physical and practical rebuilding of communities and in the process find their own lives are transformed. Programs offer American Jews of all ages a chance to be of service, empowering them to fulfill their responsibilities as Jews and as educated and privileged citizens of the world.
Is looking for Jewish young adults who are interested in working for social justice and social change as part of a Jewish community that values Jewish learning, relationship building, and justice. This one-year fellowship, offers opportunities for paid (plus health benefits) full-time work as organizers in social justice community organizations in the Boston area, as well as organizing training and Jewish community building.
With Projects Abroad you can enjoy adventurous foreign travel with a chance to do a worthwhile job. Placements are available throughout the year and last from one month upwards.
Offers students with a variety of internship and volunteer work opportunities with an underserved, indigenous community in Guatamala
AVODAH—The Jewish Service Corps: http://www.avodah.net
Catholic Network of Volunteer Services: http://www.cnvs.org
Intern Abroad: http://www.internabroad.com/search.cfm
University of Michigan International Center: http://internationalcenter.umich.edu
Transitions Abroad: http://www.transitionsabroad.com/listings/work/internships/index.shtml
International Service and Travel Center-University of Minnesota: http://www.umabroad.umn.edu/index.html
American Institute for Foreign Study: http://www.aifs.org
International Programs-Boston University: http://www.bu.edu/abroad
The Center for Interim Programs: http://www.interimprograms.com
Internships in Latin America and the South Pacific Center for International Career Development: http://www.cicdgo.com