Our volunteer projects allow you to help street children and orphans in Quito, teach English in a local Andes village, work at one of the numerous ecology/conservation bio stations or animal welfare reserves located throughout the Amazon, coastal and Andes regions.
Our programs allow you to discover the wonders of Ecuador, while doing meaningful community work. This is a great opportunity to enhance your Spanish knowledge, live with the locals and realize one person can make a difference.
Peru, the third largest country in South America, it shares borders with Ecuador, Columbia, Brazil, Bolivia and also Chile. A large mountainous country on the Pacific coast of South America, Peru offers a range of choices for a visitor. The Inca Empire, with Lake Titiaca, Cuzco and Machu Picchu, the Andes, Amazonian rainforests, cloud people, coastal wildlife preserves and cosmopolitan cities are just some reasons to visit Peru. Although in recent years Peru has benefited from a rise in tourism offer some economic relief, millions of Peruvians live below the poverty line. More than half of the country's people struggle to survive, close to one fourth of the population live in extreme poverty. Our programs allow you to take part in meaningful community service work, while discovering the people, sights, sounds, and tastes of Peru. Volunteering in Peru is a way to totally immerse yourself in Spanish culture. This is a great opportunity to make life-long friends, learn a foreign language and discover that one person really can make a difference. Volunteer with us and see A Broader View of the World. "Service is the very purpose of life. It is the rent we pay for living on the planet." -Marian Edelman.
Jennifer speaks to lots of Tennessee for Obama Volunteers who showed up on a cold Saturday morning to go out and campaign. Folks of all ages and diversity, a great group of like-minded people who want CHANGE, HOPE and STRENGTH. Many were Hillary Clinton supporters who changed their minds because they feel that Barack can UNIFY the nation.
Lucas fires up lots of Tennessee for Obama Volunteers who showed up on a cold Saturday morning to go out and campaign. Folks of all ages and diversity, a great group of like-minded people who want CHANGE, HOPE and STRENGTH!!
Jennifer speaks to lots of Tennessee for Obama Volunteers who showed up on a cold Saturday morning to go out and campaign. Folks of all ages and diversity, a great group of like-minded people who want CHANGE, HOPE and STRENGTH!!
Bob Tuke the chairman of the Tennessee for Obama movement speaks to a group of enthusiastic volunteers and local political figures. This is the night before what I predict will be a Super Tuesday for our candidate Senator Barack Obama.
This 30 second video shows you where you can post your online volunteer opportunities. This Global Directory of Web sites that list Internet based volunteer positions was developed by MYS's pioneering online volunteer program developer, Randy Tyler, along with the assistance of MYS's virtual volunteers. Visit the directory now at: *******www.mys.ca/directory.
MYS extends their thanks to Online Volunteers Gail Drinnan (Producer/Video Editor) and Chuck Brown (Voice Over).
For further information, please contact Randy Tyler at:
We offer programs supporting orphanage assistance, teaching English and IT/Computer programs, and construction projects in Kampala. With our volunteer program we allow you to discover the wonders of East Africa, while doing meaningful and rewarding community work. This is a great opportunity to explore life in rural Africa, live and work amongst the locals and realize one person can make a difference.
Online Volunteering - Making a Difference from a Distance
CBC TV produced a "Big Picture" look at volunteering in Canada. Randy Tyler was interviewed about the Online Volunteer program he developed at Macdonald Youth Services (MYS).
A new force has arisen on the streets of Los Angeles. They're volunteers. They have guns. And they only get $50 a month.
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Video Statement by Marian Harkin on Volunteering
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President Bush honored Intel CEO Paul Otellini for the company's volunteer efforts.
As Intel is turning 40 in 2008, and to celebrate employees are committing one million hours of volunteer service.
See president Bush honor Intel and other leaders in volunteering here