Action Without Borders
This website includes over 37,000 nonprofit and community organizations in 165 countries, which you can search or browse by name, location or mission. It also includes thousands of volunteer opportunities in your community and around the world, and a list of organizations that can help you volunteer abroad.
AIESEC is a global network of over 50,000 members from over 83 countries working to build a better world through a variety of international work exchanges run between over 87 countries. The exchanges cover five key topics: creating cultural understanding, building a learning society, globalizing the information society, developing entrepreneurs and helping make companies more socially responsible.
Antioch's Comparative Women's Studies in Europe
This fall semester program is a unique opportunity to examine and compare international feminist issues. The program begins with an orientation in the Netherlands. Lectures and discussions with European feminist leaders, workers, artists, and professionals are augmented by fieldwork. Field research is conducted in Germany, Belgium, Poland and the Netherlands, followed by a period of independent research in London.
This site has a categorized list of Canadian internships, American internships and international internships and organizations. Each organization details their particular internship and volunteer opportunities (mission statements as well as contact address, email and website address).
Merida College Internships (Sp)
Internships offered while learning Spanish at the Merida College in Mexico.
Military Woman Home Page
A meeting place for military women to exchange information unique to their military experience and to offer firsthand information to women thinking about a military career. This is a site where military women can: Share their views and experiences. Enjoy the camaraderie with other military women. Meet military women from other services to broaden their perspective and knowledge; dispel stereotypes; change paradigms.
nGoAbroad: Custom Fit International Service
nGoAbroad is a clearinghouse and referral service that custom-fits peoples' skills with international humanitarian needs, especially women's.
Who is needed? People with a passionate desire for humanitarian service.
Professionals, retirees, students, ordinary people and families.
Skills that are especially needed:
.. Social Workers, Counselors, Domestic violence workers
.. Managers, community organizers, grant writers
.. Refugee and immigrant workers and advocates
.. Women's rights advocates and organizers
.. Small business owners, entrepreneurs, marketing & sales
.. Accountants, bankers and bookkeepers
.. Nurses, Midwives, ARNP
.. Doctors, Dentists and Pharmacists
.. Physical and Occupational Therapists
.. Disability experts and advocates
.. Lawyers; Human Rights activists
.. Journalists, photographers and media
.. Computer and web wizards
.. Teachers, tutors and people who love children
.. Builders and people in the trades
.. Architects and engineers
.. Farmers, environmentalists, foresters and nutritionists
.. Theatre, music, archeology, logistics...
.. "I have dreamed my whole life of working abroad
but I don't fit any of the above categories."
Your contribution is also needed!
For more information, email: info@nGoAbroad.com
briefly state your skills, interests and goals
(a resume (embedded not attached)is also helpful)
or call 1-877-237-1965 Pacific time
toll free in the US, Canada or the Caribbean
Transitions Abroad: International Internships
A bimonthly magazine for those interested in working, studying, and living abroad. Available from fine bookstores and at local libraries, including the CIE Resource Library. This section of their web site provides a good overview of internship options and resources.