Volunteer Abroad Blogs

After seven years, Shanna turns her back on "adulthood" to return to Africa.
Clare determines that home isn't where the heart is; it's where the heart has been.
After years spent overseas, Rudayna heads to the most unexpected destination—home.
Camaro shares the elementary school basics of life in Ghana.
After the thrill of being in a new country has worn off, how do you experience newsness abroad?
After a summer abroad, Andrew tries to settle back into life at home.
Noa volunteered in India hoping to find love. What she found, instead, was companionship.
Living abroad can mean making lots of mistakes. Here are three things that Camaro did right.
Living in any foreign country, I have always felt on guard, trying to ensure what I say and do never offends a local.
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