These external service providers offer international service opportunities. They are not officially connected to or endorsed by the Gephardt Institute, but provided as a resource for further investigation.
Offers Volunteer Summer, a service-learning program for Jewish high school seniors and adults (16-24) that includes community volunteer projects in the developing world.
Through marine expeditions, volunteers from around the world work closely with field research teams in partnership with local communities.
Catholic Volunteer Network
A non-profit membership organization of 200 domestic and international volunteer and lay mission programs.
A non-profit international volunteer organization that operates programs in Brazil, China, Costa Rica, Ghana, Guatemala, India, Peru, Russia, Tanzania, and Thailand. Volunteers work side-by-side with local people on community-driven projects that foster cultural understanding.
An international non-profit organization that brings science to life for people concerned about the Earth's future.
A non-governmental organization that has special consultative status with the United Nations, represents local leaders in an international arena, and engages short-term volunteers in local development efforts.
This organization offers Action Without Borders, a program that connects people, organizations and resources to find practical solutions to social and environmental problems.
A non-profit educational organization incorporated which serves students and organizations around the world by fostering programs that link volunteer service to academic study and the community.
JDC Jewish Service Corps
Corps members serve for one year as a volunteer in overseas Jewish communities, organizing Jewish educational, cultural, social and religious programs with the goal of promoting Jewish identity and helping the community become more self-sufficient.
This federal government agency trains volunteers to serve in 139 host countries working on issues ranging from AIDS education to information technology and environmental preservation.
This cultural exchange organization supports members and volunteers in over 150 countries who foster global understanding and friendship, support communities in need, and promote social & economic prosperity.
WorldTeach volunteers usually teach English, though placements have also expanded into other fields such as information and communication technology and environmental education