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International Microfinance project in Tanzania

12/2012

Projects Abroad works with a local charity on a unique and effective microfinance program in Arusha. As part of this project, you will help entrepreneurs and small businesses in Tanzania gain access to financing, but the project goes beyond just financial support. On this project you will also help business people improve and grow their business model.

Alternative Spring Break Trips

11/2012

Our special spring break volunteer trips are perfect for students looking for an alternative way to spend spring break this year. Instead of doing the usual spring break routine, you can get off the beaten path and make your break matter by joining one of these specially-designed volunteer projects for students.

High School Specials

10/2012

If you are in the 16 to 19 age group and in full-time education you can join us on our short programs designed just for you. Aimed to give you valuable work experience or develop a particular skill in two weeks, these placements are structured to allow you to make the most of a short time abroad. All 2-Week Specials follow a schedule carefully designed by our expert in-country staff.

New Destination : Samoa

09/2012

Join Projects Abroad on a volunteer project in the South Pacific islands of Samoa. Volunteering in Samoa will allow you to gain a different perspective of the islands, compared to most people who visit as tourists staying in the lavish beach resorts.

Projects Abroad Celebrates 20 Years

02/2012

Founded in 1992 with a few volunteers traveling to Eastern Europe to teach English, Projects Abroad is now one of the largest volunteer and intern abroad organizations in the world. Over 40,000 students, graduates, professionals, and families from 40 different countries have joined Projects Abroad's programs to date.

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