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Sample Volunteer Abroad Projects — USA

We work with a variety of projects in the UnitedStates in the fields of Education, Social Services and the Environment. Available host projects reflect changing needs and priorities and may vary from those described below.

Rehoboth - A School on a Native American Reservation

Rehoboth Christian School is an ethnically and economically diverse day school for children, primarily from the Native-American Community. Approximately 40% of Rehoboth students come from very low-income and poverty-level families. Rehoboth educates with Rehobothmulticulturalism as a backdrop, serving approximately 70% Native American students, 20% Anglo students and 10% students of Hispanic descent and other ethnic minorities.

A Rehoboth education helps students develop confidence, competence, and compassion. We are committed to building students up not only intellectually, but also spiritually and emotionally.

Any volunteer is welcome at Rehoboth while school is in session. The generous gifts of time, talent and love from our volunteers greatly benefit the staff and the children of Rehoboth Christian School.

Riverside Youth Opportunity Center

The YMCA is a non-profit organization that offers programs that build a healthy spirit, mind and body. They are committed to building strong kids, strong families and strong communities through many programs they offer to the community. The Riverside Youth Opportunity Center is one of those programs.

The Riverside YOC is a comprehensive program that focuses on youth ages 14-21. The youth are provided the opportunity to improve their basic skill levels, gain employment skills needed to get a job, participate in a work study program, attend informational trainings, and college prep workshops.

Volunteers would work in the center assisting the staff in many capacities: tutoring, giving cultural presentations, supporting health & fitness programs, helping prepare college applications, applying for scholarships and any other activities needed to help, these inner city at risk youth overcome challenges and help them experience SUCCESS!

The NineZero

The NineZero Project is a way for you to affect the next generation. NineZero stands for Nine Months, Zero Alcohol. Drinking during pregnancy is the number one known preventable cause of mental retardation in the United States.

Nine Zero Project

As a volunteer, you will accompany NineZero to schools, educational centers, and community activities to help promote the risks of drinking alcohol while pregnant. You will also have opportunities to work with expectant mothers and women in recovery who are a part of The NineZero Project.

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The Arc of Riverside County

The Arc of Riverside County is a private, non-profit corporation devoted solely to improving the welfare of individuals with developmental disabilities and their families.

The Arc, in partnership with families, legal guardians or conservators, is committed to securing for all people with mental retardation and other developmental disabilities, the opportunity to choose and realize their goals of where and how they learn, live, work and play. Volunteers will work closely with site Supervisors to assist developmentally disabled adults with their daily work tasks.

Homeless Shelters

Homeless Shelters in the US provide assistance to homeless Homeless Shelter Projectpersons to develop transitional and permanent housing or provide supportive services with compassion and dignity. Volunteers will collaborate with communities to end poverty by offering opportunities for the poor through education, understanding, and job advocacy.Volunteers may also work with other organizations helping to educate, raise funds and awareness throughout the host community.


Conservation Project at the Cibolo Nature Center

Cibolo Nature Center LogoThe Cibolo Nature Center, located in Texas, has over 100 acres of forest wilderness and nature trails. The center and its staff, also known as The Friends of the Cibolo Wilderness, are dedicated to promoting conservation of natural resources through education and stewardship.

Volunteering falls into several categories: Specialties Teams help with the research, education and conservation goals of the Nature Center. Keepers and Trails Teams serve by keeping the Nature Center pristine.

Administrative and Organizational Teams help with the loads of administrative responsibilities related to running a non-profit organization. And there are the Events and Hospitality Teams who help with our public relations and fundraising.

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