Volunteer Abroad

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No oven? No fridge? That's no problem for creative international volunteers.

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Despite the ice cold showers and constant noise, this "blondie" blogger is learning to love Guyana.

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Dealing with the unexpected abroad; issues of power and privilege.

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After a year working abroad, Charity redefines her definition of success.

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Volunteering abroad in Bali doesn't have to mean sacrificing dietary choices or restrictions.

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A play-by-play of an overseas intern's schedule.

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Guyana's official language may be English, but blogger Kendra feels like she's learning her native language all over again.

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Midway through his project, Andrew shares his thoughts on how to make the greatest contribution as international volunteer.

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Just after the culture shock has worn off, Rudayna learns that she's moving from Ecuador to Nicaragua.
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