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Intercultural Volunteer Experience


Why Volunteer?

Volunteering an offer a variety of benefits to both the volunteer and the community they serve. Here are some reasons why you should consider volunteering in an intercultural environment:

  • Promote cross-cultural understanding: By volunteering in an intercultural environment, students can gain exposure to different cultures, religions, and lifestyles. This exposure can help break down cultural barriers and promote understanding and acceptance of different perspectives.
  • Develop new skills: Volunteering in an intercultural environment can provide opportunities for students to develop new skills, such as communication, teamwork, and problem-solving, which can be useful in both personal and professional settings.
  • Expand their network: Volunteering in an intercultural environment can also help students expand their social and professional networks. They can meet people from different backgrounds, learn from their experiences, and potentially form long-lasting connections.
  • Make a positive impact: Volunteering in an intercultural environment can be a rewarding experience as it provides an opportunity to contribute to the well-being of others. By volunteering, students can make a positive impact on the lives or communities and help build a better society.
indigenous engagement course schedule
100 Hours
indigenous engagement requirements
No Prerequisites


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