Teen Summer Programs in Asia for High School Students
Travel to Bali for a service learning trip that will open your eyes to the culture and communities of this Indonesian island. Over three weeks, students learn to think globally as they volunteer and discover the rich diversity of Bali. Open to high school students, the Empowering Island Communities service trip develops global leaders, educates students and fosters cross-cultural bonds. Read more about volunteering in Bali to see how this trip can offer a unique learning experience that will influence your future.
The China: Mandarin Service Adventure continues its ambassadorship for the summer of 2014 program. China’s growing economic, cultural and political influences makes this high school service trip highly recommended for teens interested in these areas. Travel to Beijing, the capital of China for over 3,000 years. Study Mandarin daily for two weeks. A week of community service in a rural farming community finishes the final week. Read more about volunteering in China and the effect it can have on your education and life.
Prepare to journey to the amazing nation of India. Hike the Himalayas and learn about the neighboring country of Tibet and the Dalai Lama. Help run a summer camp for Himalayan children from ages 4 to 15, and work at day care centers where the staff works with minimal resources. In New Delhi, visit the Taj Mahal, which is designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Read more about how volunteering in India can transform your education and life.
The Cultural Kaleidoscope of Thailand provides the perfect backdrop for developing global leadership. Learn from a variety of cultures, volunteer at an orphanage and impact this vibrant culture with a group of your peers. You’ll have the opportunity to experience the diversity of the Thai culture, while adventuring through the distinct landscapes of Thailand. Read more about volunteering in Thailand to find out how this volunteer abroad experience can change your life.