Posts Tagged ‘voluntourism’

February 22, 2014 @ 10:00 am - posted by Robert
More and more people are choosing to Volunteer on their Career Break or Sabbatical leave. Whether you're looking to contribute to society or help the enviroment, there's loads of really great Volunteer projects to choose from. If you want to learn more about Volunteering on your Career Break, take a look at these great videos: The Benefits of Volunteering on your Career Break with ‘Plan [...read more...]
January 18, 2014 @ 8:00 am - posted by Robert
Make a positive difference on your Career Break or Sabbatical leave by volunteering with 'Plan My Gap Year'. This video highlights the many benefits of Volunteering, both to those you help and to your future career prospects. As a volunteer you will also gain a real insight into a different culture and a new way of life. Check out these other great posts on volunteering: Do you believe in [...read more...]
August 8, 2013 @ 12:28 pm - posted by Robert
Today's headline news about the two British volunteers attacked on the popular holiday island of Zanzibar has shocked us all. The teenagers were apparently walking down a street in Stone Town when two men on a moped threw acid over them. Deputy Police Commissioner Mkadam Khamise has launched a manhunt and said ‘the motive for the attack on the volunteers, aged 18 years, has not been established”.  [...read more...]
July 27, 2013 @ 11:43 am - posted by Robert
Volunteering on your career break or sabbatical with a sustainable tourism company like Big Beyond is a brilliant way to make yourself stand out from the crowd.  It proves you have the self-confidence to go out and gain international work experience as well as show you you can work effectively and communicate with different cultures. Sustainable tourism company Big Beyond believe in responsible [...read more...]
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