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Costa Rica Turtle Project

Sea Turtles in Costa Rica

The benefits of volunteering extend to you - the volunteer, and to the local community in Costa Rica where you will serve.  Personal benefits include development of life skills, personal growth, friendship, increased self confidence, social awareness, and building independence.  An international volunteer experience will also enhance career prospects. When you volunteer with GVN, you can be assured you are helping a local grassroots organisation.

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Teach English in Costa Rica

The benefits of volunteering extend to you - the volunteer, and to the local community in Costa Rica where you will serve.  Personal benefits include development of life skills, personal growth, friendship, increased self confidence, social awareness, and building independence.  An international volunteer experience will also enhance career prospects. When you volunteer with GVN, you can be assured you are helping a local grassroots organisation.

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Volunteer in an Orphanage in Costa Rica

The benefits of volunteering extend to you - the volunteer, and to the local community in Costa Rica where you will serve.  Personal benefits include development of life skills, personal growth, friendship, increased self confidence, social awareness, and building independence.  An international volunteer experience will also enhance career prospects. When you volunteer with GVN, you can be assured you are helping a local grassroots organisation.

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Guatemala Volunteer Program

Volunteering in Antigua

Volunteers provide assistance to disadvantaged socio-economic groups within Guatemalan communities, focusing primarily on childcare, animals, health and education. As a volunteer in Guatemala you can provide love, affection, education and support to children in need.  You will help to improve education in schools ensuring children learn and flourish.  As a volunteer you can practice and teach preventative healthcare, and hygiene.

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Climate Change in the Mackenzie Mountains

Earthwatch: Climate Change in the Mackenzie Mountains

Help find out how much, and how fast, climate change is affecting the Arctic - and the rest of the world. At 1700 meters/5,577 feet above sea level, the Mackenzie Mountain Barrens offer a breathtaking alpine landscape. Bathed in more than 20 hours of arctic daylight during the summer, the western horizon features glacier-clad Keele Peak poking above the Continental Divide. Against this dramatic backdrop you’ll take measurements at study plots extending from the plateau down to the valley bottom.

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  • Program ID: #2320
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    Mackenzie Mountains, Northwest Territories, Canada Whitehorse , YT
    Canada
    63° 24' 38.9988" N, 129° 36' 50.0004" W
    Yukon CA

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