In-Country Presidents Express Their Gratitude
Volunteer AbroadAt CCS, we work alongside an incredible In-Country team who knows the needs of their local communities.Our In-Country Presidents are so grateful for the work of our volunteers that make an incredible impact in their local community. They guide our volunteers in getting to know the communities and choosing volunteer assignments to assure that we make the most meaningful change. This Thanksgiving, they wanted to reflect on what they are thankful for in their communities, traditions that make their country special, and share why they're thankful for our CCS Volunteers.
Be Inspired By Our Incredible Team
Volunteer AbroadOur Program Specialist Team is filled with dedicated world travelers that are ready to make an incredible impact in communities throughout the world. They work tirelessly to assure that we are addressing the needs of the communities that we serve throughout the world and that everything runs smoothly-- from enrollment all the way through re-entry back home, and beyond. CCS is proud to have such an amazing group of change-seekers supporting our mission. Our Program Specialist Team wanted to share with you, what inspires them to continue to give back to the world.
WASH Project in Cartago
Costa RicaThrough our public health projects, Cross-Cultural Solutions has supported the campaign spearheaded by UNICEF to ensure that all children go to a school with water, sanitation, and hygiene facilities. WASH in Schools (Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene) supports global efforts to realize the vision of a world where all children go to schools that provide a safe, healthy, and comfortable environment where they can grow, learn and thrive.
Jessica Rios Explores Physical Therapy in Ghana
Volunteer AbroadJessica Rios, a Physical Therapy student, from Illinois Central College (ICC) was always interested in traveling internationally, but hadn’t had many opportunities to do so. She wanted to find an experience that offered her first-hand insight in the field of healthcare so that she could have a firm grasp on how different countries approach and overcome systemic challenges in the healthcare system.