Volunteering is based on giving. Your time, your skills, your efforts, your knowledge of a language, these are all put together to help someone who needs it. It is, however, very rare that volunteers do not feel like they have received more than they gave. Volunteering is a mutually rewarding experience. You will end up more independent, wiser and stronger to face situations like public speaking or tough negotiations. Many employers value international volunteer experiences. You are looking at the big picture, acting locally to help globally.
At One, two…tree! we receive volunteers on a continuous basis. You can either help us in Nicaragua or Guatemala. If you have more than six months available to work with us, you may look at our long-term opportunities (compensation available). You can also give us a hand from your home town.