Working Professional Volunteer Abroad

Cross-Cultural Solutions offers incredibly meaningful and enriching volunteering abroad programs for working professionals. Volunteering abroad is a great chance to prioritize your goals, explore new options, and embark on a journey of self-discovery. Whether you are a recent graduate searching for the ultimate job, a seasoned working professional looking to launch your career in a new direction, or simply taking a career break, international volunteering can help you reach your personal goals. As a volunteer abroad with CCS you will increase your experience, strengthen your leadership skills, push your comfort limits, and explore new opportunities.

Open your eyes to a world of new opportunities and experience community at a much deeper level than you ever could have imagined all while acquiring new skills and applying your expertise to important global issues. All CCS programs include planning and support, safe travel and accommodations, meaningful volunteer service, genuine chances for cultural immersion, and instruction in the local language.

For more information on how to enrolled in the experience of a lifetime, email us at info@ccs.ngo, or give us a call at 1-914-632-0022.

Why Volunteer With Cross-Cultural Solutions

  • Our staff
    Thousands of working professionals at all stages of their career and life have participated in volunteer travel with CCS. The expertise of our staff and the comfort of our Home-Base provide unparalleled support so that you can leave a meaningful contribution in the local community and achieve your personal goals.

  • Our experience
    Travel confidently, knowing that CCS has 20 years of experience. That’s 2 decades, over 34,000 volunteers and 1000’s of life changing stories.

  • Our Program Specialists
    Great service and a great attitude are at the core of what we do. When you enroll with Cross-Cultural Solutions, you have access to people who have been where you are going. Our Program Specialists are all CCS alumni and able to answer any of your questions. If you have a particular skill or qualification and are eager to put it to use, our Program Specialists will work to find you the best placement possible.

  • Sustainable, responsible international volunteering
    As a leader in the field of international volunteer travel for 20 years, we know that the best approach to international volunteering—the only approach—is one designed by the community. In every community in which we work, we have long-standing relationships with local organizations who communicate real-time needs and objectives to the CCS team so that our volunteers can work alongside local people and make a sustainable impact.

What Our CCS Volunteers Are Saying

"CCS offered the best fit for my needs in terms of what I was looking for from an overseas volunteer experience. CCS brought together the most resources, both in terms of my personal goals and my professional background, to fulfill everything I was looking for under own integrated overseas experience."
Perry Brissette,Volunteer Thailand

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Teach English in Africa: Choosing the right program for you

You know two things: You keep finding your gaze drift over to the continent of Africa as you search for your next big adventure, and you're certain that teaching English abroad is the way that you want to make your impact. When you teach English in Africa with Cross-Cultural Solutions, you're supporting our partner organizations in their efforts to provide better access to education for children and adults alike. 

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My experience volunteering in Brazil 

During my time volunteering in Salvador, Brazil as a member of the Eli Lilly and Company corporate volunteer group, I kept a personal journal. I wanted to share with you just a snippet of a "day in the life" of a CCS volunteer, in hopes that perhaps you'll be inspired to do the same someday.

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