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GIVE Volunteers Information Sessions – September 12th

VOLUNTEER IN NICARAGUA, TANZANIA, THAILAND AND LAOS WITH GIVE

Travel the world to change your life and improve other people’s lives. Learn how to make an impact overseas hand-in-hand with the locals and Be the Roots of Change!  Immerse yourself in a foreign culture, have an adventure of a lifetime, and help communities abroad by joining GIVE!

GIVE is having information sessions on Tuesday (9-12-17) in Johnson Center Room G (2nd Floor) at 10:30, 11:15, 12:00, 12:45, 1:30, 2:15, 3:00, and 3:45pm. Learn about our unique international volunteer opportunities this upcoming winter and summer. We hope to see you there!

Seeing is Believing. Watch our video to see GIVE in action!

As a GIVE volunteer, you will work alongside locals to build schools out of recyclable materials, install fresh water systems, teach English, implement artificial reefs, and help to protect critically endangered species. Become a part of our GIVE family and empower local villages in Thailand, LaosNicaragua, and Tanzania!

Go on raw adventures immersed in the culture of your host country! This includes (but is most definitely not limited to): overnight safaris, hanging with elephants, sand-boarding down an active volcano, scuba diving, snorkeling, swimming with dolphins and sharks in tropical waters, surfing, cave exploration, and much, MUCH more!

Now is the time: Change your life. Change the world. And Be the Roots of Change! Come meet us to learn more about volunteering and how to get academic credit! 

Bring your friends! Feel free to stay for the whole meeting or come and go as you please!  You can also visit our website for more information at www.givevolunteers.org.

Cheers!

The GIVE Team

Growth International Volunteer Excursions (GIVE)

Phone: (206) 973-7791  I skype: Info.Give

“Be the Roots of Change”

https://www.facebook.com/GIVEVolunteers/

Mary Byerley

Mary Byerley serves in the Office of Student Success and Academic Services for the School of Business at George Mason University.
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