By far the biggest American volunteer organization overseas, this is a popular choice for many. The Peace Corps provides full travel, living, medical and dental expenses while in-country as well as a settling-in allowance. Volunteers are also granted loan forgiveness for some types of loans. Requires a 27-month commitment. For more information please contact CSU’s Peace Corps recruiter at: email@example.com
World Volunteer Webwww.worldvolunteerweb.org
The World Volunteer Web supports the volunteer community by serving as a global clearinghouse for information and resources linked to volunteerism that can be used for campaigning, advocacy and networking.
Volunteers for Prosperitywww.volunteersforprosperity.gov
A USA Freedom Corps initiative enacted by President Bush in 2003, Volunteers for Prosperity seeks to encourage and support professionals to help meet the global health and prosperity goals of the U.S. Government.
A non-profit public educational charity organization providing 1-52 week-long “quests” starting at approximated $1000.
Offers programs in Ghana, Kenya, Peru, Ecuador, China, India, Philippines, and Vietnam. Program costs begin at $900 depending on duration.
Student Conservation Associationhttp://www.thesca.org
Has domestic volunteer opportunities in national parks across the country.
Works with local communities across the globe to implement economically and environmentally sustainable projects. Those with experience in agriculture and farming are especially encouraged to apply.
International Voluntary Servicehttp://www.vfp.org
A volunteer exchange NGF organizing inexpensive, short-term voluntary work in workcamps around the world.
Volunteer abroad program directory.