Why do we go volunteering abroad? Is for helping others, to travel, to learn something about ourselves or to meet other, like-minded people? Probably it’s a mix of everything, but today we would like to talk about making friendships which may add enormous value to your mission of volunteering abroad. Although this is not something you can really plan and foresee (“oh, during this trip I am definitely going to meet me best friend for life!”), chances that you will meet interesting people are really high.
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So, you did it! Congratulations! You have long dreamed of this moment, and perhaps sometimes felt like the time would never come, but finally: you graduated. You have your degree and diploma. You are also richer with knowledge, friends, and quite possibly your first serious relationships. You have grown and matured as a person.
But do you feel you have enough experience?
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Benefits of volunteering.
If you are reading this, then you have probably been inspired to travel abroad and offer your help as a volunteer. Inspiration comes from different sources. You may have seen a movie that touched you, maybe you admire the work of some celebrity, who is fighting for a good cause, or maybe your friend has returned, packed with stories and great energy, that have made you think. Whatever the reason you are here, welcome! We would like to share with you a few points, which might add another angle to the picture you have of volunteering abroad.