Like choosing any service provider, there are a number of factors to consider as service learning program providers vary with respect to quality, price, and customer care.
Many volunteers are traveling to a new destination, possibly to a place where their first language is not well spoken. Some travel with a friend, others alone. A volunteer program provider should provide their volunteers with support and guidance. If something does go wrong while overseas, be it medical, logistical or even a problem with the project itself, they should be there to help you and physically assist if required.
With over a decade of experience, World Volunteer has had our fair share of experiences that have helped shape us into a legitimate, safe and secure organisation. We believe it’s important that you make an informed choice about who you choose to volunteer with based on the type of experience you wish to have.
If you are taking the time to participate in service learning programs – then your experience should be nothing less than life-changing while making a positive and sustainable difference to the communities where you are volunteering. Click on the below links to access information that will help you with your decision-making.
Risk Assessment We’ll organize everything from your flight, in-country transport, accommodation and meals to project materials and labour. A great deal of time and energy goes towards ensuring your trip is well-organized, safe and secure. We monitor the political and social situation, health risks and anything else that could impact your experience.
World Volunteer Guidebook Our handy little guidebook will give you all he details on what you need to bring for your trip. After all, preparation guarantees peace of mind. For all the ins and outs on service learning,
World Volunteer Policy To see what our policies and procedures entail,
Packaging List Depending on the program you choose, our packaging and pricing list gives an idea of how to budget for your trip,
Terms and Conditions This is where we dot the i’s and cross the t’s. To view our registration, insurance and cancellation policies when signing up with World Volunteer,
FAQ How do I join? What happens if I get sick? Do I pay to become a volunteer? Before a journey we are sure that you have many questions, read through our official documents to answer any questions that you may have,