Where We Work

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Guanacaste Province, Costa Rica

A worldwide leader in eco-tourism, Costa Rica is recognized for its rich biodiversity while also well known for its warm and welcoming people who live by the expression ‘Pura Vida.’  The community of Santa Cruz is conveniently located less than an hour from the Liberia International Airport and surrounded by rural agricultural communities and pristine beaches. Santa Cruz offers our Squads Abroad, a chance to experience everyday “Tico” life while performing valuable volunteer projects.  As a High School Volunteer Abroad in Costa Rica, you’ll be welcomed warmly into the rich relaxed ‘Pura Vida’ lifestyle.  We know it’s your summer and you want to have amazing stories and photos of gorgeous landscapes, expansive beaches,, and your fellow volunteers to share with your friends and family back home.



Cape Coast, Ghana

As a volunteer in Ghana, you’ll find a unique richness everywhere you look, from the country’s cultural history to its varied expanses of wilderness and coastline. Known for its exceptionally warm national character, Ghana, meaning “Warrior King,” is a place where visitors are welcomed as friends.  With English as an adopted “official” language, amazing connections can be made for your Squad Abroad in Ghana as you’ll be welcomed warmly into a colorful tribal culture with your team of global change-makers.  Upon returning from Ghana you’ll have amazing stories and photos to share with your friends and family back home.



Greece, Refugee Program

Since 2015 more than one million refugees, fleeing war, persecution, natural disasters, and poverty, have traveled to Greece in search of safety and a dignified life in Europe.  In 2016, a series of international political policies have limited immigration out of Greece and as a consequence, more than 60,000 people are currently trapped, scattered across detention centers, abandoned buildings, and makeshift camps. Substandard living conditions and lack of adequate food, medical care, and information have heightened anxiety, depression, and uncertainty, but you can help through small construction projects at the refugee camps.



Maya Highlands, Guatemala

As a  volunteer in Guatemala, you’ll be warmly welcomed into the safe and quiet Maya Highlands town of Tecpan to join a passionate team of change-makers.  From the colorful textiles on a Maya woman walking down a cobble-stoned street, to the volcanoes that seem to rise straight out of the ground, to the freshly-made tortillas, Guatemala is a country for the senses. Guatemala has one of the largest populations of indigenous citizens in Latin America and many of our volunteers tell us that Guatemala, with its many traditions, is a place unlike any they’ve ever visited.  We know it’s your summer and you want to have amazing stories and photos of colorful markets, swims in volcanic lakes, and Maya ceremonies to share with your friends and family back home.



El Paraiso, Honduras

Outside of the major cities, Hondurans live a very tranquil and community-centered life.  Our program is located in the southwestern Paraiso Province where groups volunteer in safe and under-served communities within the mountain regions. Each community has a very distinct culture and way of life including different architectural styles like homes made of local materials. Honduras boasts many proud historical traditions displayed through the way of life within the communities where your group can undoubtedly make the most profound and lasting impact.


Azrou, Morocco

The labyrinthine of a local Medina, the call to prayer echoing otherworldly in the distance, the smell of a local dish cooking in a clay tagine, the offer of mint tea at virtually any time of day, are just a few of the cultural staples of Morocco.  In traveling to this North African country, you’ll have the opportunity to write your own narrative about the people in this predominantly Muslim society.  Our home-base is located in Azrou, a small town, located in the towering Atlas Mountains where students at the Fatima Al Fihriya elementary school face many challenges.  As a volunteer at  this Moroccan school, you’ll establish peer-to-peer relationships with the students while leaving a lasting impact through much needed small construction projects in local schools.  On weekend journey to Fez or take an overnight camel trek in the Sahara to revel in something so unlike anything you’ve ever experienced before.



Cocle Province, Panama

Experience Panama, a country of incredible geographic diversity from mountains to oceans to rain forests.   Make an impact in rural under-served communities in the Cocle Province while learning about indigenous cultures and taking advantage of the vibrant urban sites of Panama City and the Panama canal.  Groups fly into Panama City-Tocumen International Airport where our staff greet the group and provide transport roughly two hours west to our base of operations located near the town of Penenome.