and Summer Jobs Worldwide
|Work and Learn Programs from InterExchange
InterExchange, a nonprofit organization with more than 50 years of cultural exchange experience, offers work and experiential learning programs for U.S. citizens around the world, including Au Pair, Teach English, Spanish Immersion and Work & Travel.
Programs are offered in Asia, Europe, North and South America, and Oceania.
Contact: Interexchange, Inc.,
100 Wall Street, Suite 301, New York, NY 10005, USA.
Tel.: 212-924-0446; toll-free
and TESOL Training
CTESOL / CTEFL: Teach English Around the World
4 week — Internationally accredited courses worldwide.
ITTT’s in-class TESOL courses are offered in over 30
locations worldwide. Our courses provide a solid grounding
in teaching methodologies and English language concepts. They
have a strong emphasis on practical teaching experience and
trainees receive several hours of teaching practice with real
students. In-class course locations: Australia, Argentina,
Brazil, China, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Egypt, England,
France, Greece, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Nepal,
Philippines, Spain, Thailand, USA, Vietnam.
CTESOL/CTEFL: 120-hour and 60-hour certification courses.
CTBE: Certificate in Teaching Business English.
CTEYL: Certificate in Teaching English to Young Learners.
available each month all year-round
Cost: 4 week in-class courses from $1490;
Online/Distance courses from $175.
BUNAC Working Adventures Worldwide
Since 1962, BUNAC have been enabling all young people to discover the world through life changing work and travel adventures. We are experts in providing programs that span a long list of countries: the UK on our Intern in Britain program, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Ecuador, South Africa, Cambodia, China, Spain, Nepal, Thailand and Canada. We provide assistance in getting your work permit and job hunting support in-country. To find out more information, visit our website.
Contact: BUNAC USA, 585 N. Juniper Drive Suite 250, Chandler, AZ 85226
Experience a cultural immersion while
participating in a meaningful international internship
or volunteer program! ELI partners with hundreds
of local organizations in countries on five continents
to provide internship or volunteer opportunities
for anyone looking for an international experience.
Whether you would like to devote your time to caring
for orphans in the Philippines, teaching in a rural
school in Ghana, breeding tortoises in the Galapagos,
working at a health camp in India, planting trees
in rural Tanzania, they can set up the right program
for you. Internships and volunteer programs can
last any length of time from a week to a year.
are available throughout the year and dates are
Costs: The cost will depend on
the country and duration of the program.
Contact: ELI, 1557 Ogden St. #5, Denver,
Broader View Volunteers Corp, USA Non-Profit Charity
Since 2007, A Broader View Volunteers has offered
customized, safe, and cost-effective international volunteer
abroad and culturally immersive travel experiences, worldwide.
As a non-profit, participants can fundraise on our website with
donors receiving charitable tax receipts for their contributions.
ABV is focused on supporting the local community committing 65-70%
of all volunteer funding to our overseas projects. Programs include
woman's empowerment, education, global health, childcare, animal
rescue, and conservation projects.
We have programs in South America, Central America,
Africa, and Asia, including Chile, Peru, Ecuador,
Colombia, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, Belize,
Guatemala, Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya, Ghana, Zambia,
South Africa, Cameroon, Rwanda, Nepal, India, Vietnam,
Philippines, Cambodia, and China.
Tips to choose an organization: Check independent
feedback, check social media, and ask for financial
Contact: A Broader View Volunteers Corp,
236 Glen Place, Elkins Park, PA 19027.
Tel.: 866-423-3258 or 215-780-1845 (US),
(020) 3289-9896 (UK), (02) 8003-3474 (AU).
Fax: 215-887-0915 / Skype: Abroaderview.org
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
AIESEC (International Association
for Students in Economics and Business Management)
Business, engineering, and IT work placements available
in 125+ countries. Interns must apply through a university-based
AIESEC chapter in the U.S.
Camp Counselors USA (CCUSA)
Summer camp counselors needed for Canada and working holiday options in Australia or New Zealand. Intern and volunteer options available worldwide.
CIEE: Teach English Abroad
Teach Abroad programs in Chile, China, Czech Republic, Dominican Republic,
Morocco, Portugal, South Korea, Spain, Thailand and Vietnam
for university graduates seeking to teach English internationally
for a semester or a year.
Communicating for Agriculture
Exchange Program (CAEP)
Work abroad program in a range of countries for people
aged 18-30 (some programs vary) with at least two
years of practical experience in agriculture, horticulture,
or equine husbandry. For winemaking, exchange participants
must be aged 21-35 and have experience of at least
one grape harvest.
Cultural Vistas: Internships Abroad,
An organization that is dedicated to providing a wide variety of cultural exchange programs for both inbound and outbound students worldwide. Cultural Vistas offers programs offering a variety of personalized professional internships and training programs to France, Germany, Ireland, Spain, Switzerland, and the U.K. Summer fellowships are also available worldwide.
International environmental charity that recruits over
4,000 volunteers a year to assist professional, scientific
field research expeditions around the world.
Foundation for Sustainable
Development (FSD): International Sustainable Development Internships
provides capacity building, funding, and human resources
to over 300 grassroots organizations in Latin America,
Africa, and Asia. Our programs provide comprehensive
development training, immersion, and the opportunity
for participants to design and implement collaborative
projects with the help of a Site Team and their host
organization. With our partner organizations, we implement
solutions that improve social, environmental, educational,
and economic conditions at the community level.
Global Routes: Gap Programs
Customized teaching and other activies for volunteers over 17 years of
age in countries worldwide. Experienced leaders also needed for travel
International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience (IAESTE)
Short- and long-term internship placements in more than 80 countries available to university students
aged 19-30 in science, engineering, math, computer
science, agriculture, or architecture.
Sends U.S. citizens (minimum age of 18) on 2-year volunteer
assignments. Volunteers serve in 70+ countries in Africa,
Asia, the Caribbean, Central and South America, Europe,
and the Middle East. Collaborating with local community
members, volunteers work in areas like education, youth
outreach and community development, the environment,
and information technology.
Real Gap Experience
Offers a range of travel, volunteer, and work programs includes
short-term conservation volunteering in Australia, working
with wildlife in Southern Africa, paid teaching in China,
and volunteer placements in Latin America.
SWAP (Student Work Abroad
Administered by the Canadian Federation
of Students, the organization coordinates a working holiday program for Canadian
students and non-students in the U.K., Ireland, France,
Germany, Austria, New Zealand, Australia, Japan, and
South Africa. Non-Canadian students can participate
in Work Canada for 6 months.
Teach Away Inc.
Teaching English as a Second Language Placements
Teach Away has become one of the largest teacher recruitment agencies in the world. Each year, Teach Away places hundreds of teachers in countries around the world including the United Arab Emirates, Hong Kong, Japan, China, Thailand, Vietnam, Taiwan, Saudi Arabia, South Korea and many more. Teach Away's partners include a wide range of educational institutions including Public/Private Schools; International Schools; Businesses requiring English Language Instructors; and Private English Schools.
Workcamps around the world accept
unskilled short-term labor for 2 to 4 weeks, mainly in
the summer. There is a massive effort to coordinate workcamp
programs; however, for now interested volunteers should
apply to a partner organization in their own country,
principally Volunteers for Peace. Registration for most workcamps
is between $235 and $500, which covers simple accommodation
and food but not travel expenses.
WWOOF (World Wide Opportunities
on Organic Farms)
Global website has links to the national offices in
the countries that have a WWOOF coordinator. National
WWOOF coordinators compile a list of their member
farmers willing to provide free room and board to
volunteers who want to help and are interested in
furthering the aims of the organic movement. Currently
there are WWOOF branches in the U.K., Denmark, Sweden,
Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Czech Republic, Italy,
Slovenia, Turkey, Australia, New Zealand, Canada,
Mexico, Ghana, Uganda, Nepal, China, Japan, Korea,
and U.S. An online list of organic farms in all other
countries (known as WWOOF Independents) can be obtained