Looking to travel and help change the world? Join one of our Volunteer Trips
Guatemala Winter Trip
Date: December 27, 2014 – January 4, 2015
Set in high in the mountains just outside the city of Antigua, the small farming village of Vuelta Grande reflects what daily life is like in rural Guatemala. Indigenous people farm on steep mountain slopes at an elevation of 4,000 feet. Boys as young as eight begin to work in the field while girls help their mothers to tend to little ones and to perform household chores. Come volunteer in Vuelta Grande.
WorldStamp Gap Year
WorldStamp is a gap year service program with opportunities to engage meaningfully in three countries — India, Guatemala, and Costa Rica — over nine months. Designed for students ages 18 to 23, it interweaves volunteer service work, cultural immersion, language courses and travel. On this gap year, you will bond with a cohort of 12-15 participants, explore a curriculum of service learning and personal growth, and develop Spanish proficiency.
Costa Rica Spring Trip
Date: March 7, 2015 – March 14, 2015
In the tropical, coffee-producing region of Costa Rica lies a tranquil town called Providencia de Dota. Fun-loving, warm and united is the best way to describe its people. Life is simple, but very, very rich. Come help us to educate the children on how to maintain and strengthen their environment, as well as provide them with greater opportunities in their future. Costa Rica awaits you.
Dream Volunteers is made up of people who love to travel, strive to make a difference in the lives of others and have a thirst for experiencing new cultures. Dream Volunteers has been running volunteer trips to Africa, Latin America and India since 2007. The mission is to provide volunteers with a unique cultural experience, exposure to a new part of the globe and the opportunity to open their hearts and minds to the realities of the developing world. We have set up a long-term presence in the communities we serve, focusing our efforts on education and youth development. Our trips entail a combination of volunteer work, cultural activities and site-seeing.