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Reach Out Volunteers information sessions--tomorrow!

Are you looking for something exciting, life-changing, and adventurous to do next summer? Volunteer in Africa, Asia, or South America to change the world and have the experience of a lifetime!

Our volunteers provide shelter for homeless families, crèches for young children, classrooms for single mothers and work in community schools. We help protect and save endangered animals through tracking, monitoring and providing safe, vegetated refuge for future breeding.

Volunteers work with some of the most endangered wildlife and ecosystems in the world. This may involve tracking the endangered Black Rhinos, Elephants and Cheetahs in South Africa, working at an elephant refuge in Cambodia or scuba-diving to repair coral reef on a remote island off the coast of Cambodia.

You will be a part of the team, and you will also become a valued member of the community. Reach Out Volunteers prides itself on making sure that you become involved in the culture of the local people. You will leave with a fulfilling sense of accomplishment and take with you a greater sense of their culture.

Information sessions are on Tuesday, August 25th at the following locations:

  • Student Rec. Center Classroom @ 12 p.m. & 1 p.m.
  • Downtown Campus Library, Classroom 104 @ 2 p.m., 3 p.m. & 4 p.m.

This is a great way to meet past volunteers and learn about their experiences.

We need you to help us make a difference in South Africa, Peru, Cambodia and tropical Mozambique. Check out one of their videos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xzILxcCLqGc