Guyana: Articles, Programs, Blogs, Travel Resources

A graduate gains real-world experience on an international development internship.
The perfect way to celebrate a job well done.
After a summer abroad, Andrew tries to settle back into life at home.
Andrew reflects on the summer he spent volunteering in Guyana.
Despite the ice cold showers and constant noise, this "blondie" blogger is learning to love Guyana.
Midway through his project, Andrew shares his thoughts on how to make the greatest contribution as international volunteer.
Guyana's official language may be English, but blogger Kendra feels like she's learning her native language all over again.
Andrew O'Dea thought he was going to volunteer in South America. Instead, he wound up in the Caribbean.
In the land of lush rainforest and friendly smiles, Andrew reflects on what the phrase "third world" really means.
Andrew O'Dea's mantra for preparing for his overseas volunteer project? "Optimism!"
As Youth Challenge International blogger Andrew O'Dea prepares to depart for Guyana, he reflects on Mark Twain's famous words. 
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