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Blue Ventures-Licence to kill... a lionfish (for good reason!)

Blue Ventures - Licence to kill..a lionfish (for good reason!) [ Read more... ]

Date added: Tuesday 25th August 2015

Oyster Worlwide - 17 tips for first time travellers

Oyster Worlwide - 17 tips for the first time traveller [ Read more... ]

Date added: Tuesday 25th August 2015

A life less ordinary

Despite how its title might first be interpreted, your article ‘Gap Year Takers ‘Less Likely to Finish University’, does well to highlight the range of findings from studies on the benefits of taking a gap year. Year Out Group encourages gap year enquirers to consider the pros and cons of deferring university or entering full-time employment and to view the period as time out with a purpose. [ Read more... ]

Date added: Saturday 23rd May 2015

Helping Nepal to get back on its feet

If not now then when? Helping Nepal to get back on its feet through fundraising and volunteering. [ Read more... ]

Date added: Tuesday 12th May 2015

Fundraising for Nepal

In the aftermath of the Nepal Earthquake, Year Out Group members operating in the region are promoting opportunities to donate money in support of the relief effort. [ Read more... ]

Date added: Friday 8th May 2015

Africa & Asia Venture (AV) 10 week countdown to your Summer Gap

Africa & Asia Venture (AV) 10 week countdown to your Summer Gap [ Read more... ]

Date added: Friday 1st May 2015

Projects Abroad – UK Programme Advisor Vacancy

Projects Abroad – UK Programme Advisor Vacancy [ Read more... ]

Date added: Friday 10th April 2015

POD Volunteer: Elephant Research – What makes elephants nervous?

Volunteers at our Elephant Care and Research project in South Africa are assisting in carrying out research to understand more about elephants’ behaviour and identify precursors to elephants becoming worried and how they react when they are nervous. The results of this research can be used to improve the welfare of elephants in captivity. [ Read more... ]

Date added: Tuesday 31st March 2015

Discover Central America: Where To Go And What To See

Skip the North and cross the border – it might be the best thing you have ever done. Latin America is a colourful continent, fiery and chaotic, beautiful and diverse. It’s a place of contrast consisting of stunning nature, wildlife and cities in which you find old colonial architecture, lively music and people who seem to have an unstoppable love of life. However, it’s also an area with immense poverty that has suffered from more dictators and military coups than most. Lucky enough, Latin America is today far more peaceful and no traveller should overlook it – especially not the bit called Central America. [ Read more... ]

Date added: Tuesday 24th March 2015

Outreach International - A Trio of Islands in the Galapagos

Of the 13 islands that make up the Galapagos archipelago just three are populated. The local people want to learn English so they can work with the tourists so Outreach International’s volunteers provide English Lessons in the local schools. [ Read more... ]

Date added: Tuesday 10th February 2015