International Volunteer Trips for Teens

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International Volunteer Trips for Teenagers

VOLUNTEER PROGRAMS FOR TEENS (AGES 15-17)

GIVE’s international volunteer programs for teenagers take you off the beaten path to explore rural communities and truly connect with local people through cultural immersion, sustainable volunteer projects, and once-in-a-lifetime adventures. Along the way, you will gain a greater understanding of yourself, the world you live in, and the people you share it with. Explore the webpages below to learn more about our international volunteer programs for teens!

Nicaragua

13 days – 25 Days

Travel from the black sands of Pacific Coast beaches to the glowing craters of Pacific Rim Volcanoes, where you will help build homes for families displaced by rising sea levels and teach fundamental English lessons to local children.

 

Thailand

12 days – 28 Days

Explore the colorful hill-tribe communities of Chiang Mai, where you will teach English and work on organic gardens at local schools before embarking on a 3-day elephant trekking and bamboo rafting adventure through the jungle!

 

Hawaii

8 Days

Volunteer in Hawai’i with GIVE and explore the rugged coastlines, dynamic landscapes, active volcanoes, stunning waterfalls, vibrant reefs and lush rainforests of the Big Island, while giving back to the ‘Aina (land) and Moana (sea) on forest restoration, marine conservation and sustainable farming volunteer projects.

Tanzania

13 days – 22 Days

Volunteer in the tropical paradise of Zanzibar Island, helping to build a primary and secondary school and teach English to local children & adults, before traveling through mainland Tanzania for a 2-day wildlife safari.

Laos

14 Days – 28 Days

Immerse yourself in the mountainous landscape & fascinating culture of northern Laos, where you will volunteer at a wildlife sanctuary, teach English to local children & adults, and work on a community-based organic farm.

Nepal

13 days – 26 Days

Make your way from the Kathmandu valley to the Himalayan foothills to teach English, rebuild homes and community infrastructure destroyed by the 2015 earthquake, and whitewater raft through deep river gorges.

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