Written by Veena Bahia on 2018-11-09. Posted in Reviews from Past Volunteers
Ambassador Veena Bahia reflects on how her time at a kindergarten has helped her since going home.
Written by Hannah Schiemann on 2018-11-09. Posted in Reviews from Past Volunteers
Psychology student and Voluntario Global Ambassador Hannah Schiemann spent 3 months in a kindergarten in Buenos Aires, and thinks it helped her get a better understanding of people across many…
Written by Jack Sice on 2018-11-09. Posted in Reviews from Past Volunteers
From volunteering in a kindergarten in Buenos Aires to starting his university degree, Voluntario Global Ambassador Jack Sice reflects on how his time at Voluntario Global has affected him since…
Written by Tim Ho on 2018-10-05. Posted in Reviews from Past Volunteers
As written in part one of this series, volunteering can benefit your personal development as well. The following is just an example.
Written by Tim Ho on 2018-10-02. Posted in Reviews from Past Volunteers
When you volunteer, you help people by applying your skills and experiences...
Written by Tim Ho on 2018-09-17. Posted in Reviews from Past Volunteers
Communications volunteer Tim spent a day working in the soup kitchen, and learned how tasks that seem small contribute to a larger impact.
Written by Tess McArthur-Dowty on 2018-09-05. Posted in Reviews from Past Volunteers
I'm an English Teacher for ultra-orthodox men.
Written by Tess McArthur-Dowty on 2018-08-27. Posted in Reviews from Past Volunteers
I study digital communication in Lyon, France.
Today I study political science at University of Copenhagen.
Currently working as a Project Coordinator in central London for an IT communications service provider.
Voluntario Global helps local communities by being available to discuss anything that local organizations need, and offering ideas for further change and development.
Location: General Pacheco. Buenos Aires. Argentina