GLA offers volunteer travel summer programs for teens in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. Participants explore historic and natural sites, learn the local language and history, and serve the community through volunteer efforts. Read More!
Need help selecting the right teen volunteer summer program for you? Whether you are interested in high school study abroad or simply want to spend a summer volunteering abroad on meaningful community service trips or projects, we have the program for you. Since everyone is different, the best program for you depends on your interests and motivation. We offer teen study abroad summer programs that focus on themes ranging from environmental issues, volunteering with children, poverty alleviation, public health, international relations and even sports and community service.
Do you want to spend summer break from high school doing community service in a rural area, or in a city? And lastly, are you most interested in one of our teen community service trips to Africa, Asia or Latin America?
Here are some factors to consider: How long do you want to be a teen volunteer abroad? What topics would you like to study while abroad? Is practicing a foreign language a requirement? Do you prefer volunteering with children, animals or in nature?
Once you have considered these questions, call one of our Enrollment Advisors at+1.858.771.0645 and they"ll be able to suggest the perfect summer volunteer travel program for your high school student!
Our Enrollment Advisors have visited most of our programs and can tell you their own personal experiences. In addition, they can provide you with references of students who have participated in our high school study abroad programs with us in the past, detailed day-by-day summer volunteer program schedules, and even photos from our teen service trips around the world.
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