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High School Volunteer Projects
Winter & Summer Programmes 2017/18

Overview
High School Volunteer Projects - Winter & Summer Programmes

Our Two Week High School Volunteer Projects are a great way for students in years 11 & 12 to take part in constructive and worthwhile trips during their summer holidays.

With volunteers typically aged 16-17, the trips combine cultural immersion with community focused volunteer work or work experience.

High School Projects - Summer 2017/18

10-23 December 2017

7-20 January 2018

Winter Dates

We also offer a diverse range of High School Projects in the winter (June-August). Designed primarily for students in the Northern hemisphere, some of these dates coincide with winter holidays. Students from Australia and New Zealand are welcome to join these groups as well.


Projects Abroad is a Registered Activity Provider for the Duke of Edinburgh Award. Our overseas volunteer projects best align with the Residential Section of the Gold Award, and may also be suited to other sections of the award.

Please contact Projects Abroad for more information about how your volunteer experience can count towards the Duke of Ed Award.

Impact of High School Project Volunteers

Every year, thousands of young volunteers between the ages of 16 and 19 join our High School Projects to help make a difference around the globe. Find out more about the kind of impact you can make.

Webinar

You can listen to a recording from our latest online information session on the High School Projects here.

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Download High School Volunteer Projects (AU).

Download High School Volunteer Projects (NZ).

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