A mother-daughter story that will inspire you to call your mom right now and start packing your bags.by Volunteer
MaryAnn Steinberg (right), at 82, proved that there’s no age limit to giving back.
A volunteer trip abroad with Cross-Cultural Solutions will change you. Change the way you see other cultures. Maybe even change how you live your life. All while you change the lives of others for the better. Ultimately we’re changing the way volunteering is done, making it a safe, exciting adventure of a lifetime for people of all ages and walks of life.
Once enrolled, you will have the chance to select the volunteer opportunity that's most interesting to you. Volunteers will always receive their first preference. The only exception to this will be when there are national or school holidays, or there are exceptional circumstances.
Rabat, one of Morocco's largest cities, has its share of social issues including high rates of unemployment, and many children who are either homeless, or living on the street. As a Cross-Cultural Solutions volunteer in Morocco, you will have an opportunity to partner with local people and organizations and lend your support.KEEP READING
As Costa Rica’s economy changes, so do traditional social structures, and oftentimes, these changes don’t account for vulnerable populations. As a result, many are left with little access to healthcare, education, or social services. As a Cross-Cultural Solutions' Costa Rica volunteer, you'll have the opportunity to work with local organizations as they address these issues.KEEP READING
Among the most prevalent issues that local people in Moshi deal with are those presented by the lack of resources, residual effects of a colonial past, and the impact of HIV/AIDS. As a Cross-Cultural Solutions volunteer in Tanzania, you'll have a chance to work side by side with local communities as they work to address these social issues and work toward a more economically independent and sustainable future.KEEP READING
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