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Global Volunteering

Get involved with global volunteering and improve your career prospects

Being a volunteer doesn’t mean you simply spend time with the less fortunate, either teaching them something useful or donating goods, etc. Volunteering also gives you the necessary training and improves your skills when it comes to fulfilling the job requirements we see today. Employers are more focused on hiring a workforce that can think differently from the usual mindset that we are all used to. A successful candidate will definitely be someone who has experienced the real life. A volunteer gets this experience, and more, by being part of a global volunteering program.

Nothing is free in this world, and education is a part of it. From where can you get free knowledge and training if not by volunteering? Many volunteers who have gone through a range of successful expeditions say that their learning process was rewarding when it came to finding a suitable job. In fact, it improved their career prospects. You may have just completed high school or are a fresh graduate out from university who knows the theory but has not had any real life experiences. Such individuals can easily join a global volunteer program to enhance their knowledge.

Of course, your principle reason for signing up on a volunteer program shouldn’t be about improving your career prospects but must be to serve communities and learn while doing it. Global volunteering provides you with a variety of opportunities, some of which include meeting new people from different cultures and backgrounds, understanding their life style, language and also the various types of food they eat. Volunteering paves the way for networking. Once you complete a mission, you would have got to know several people from different countries. This wouldn’t have happened if you were doing nothing at home.

Volunteering can open one’s mind into several aspects of life, widening their horizons and giving them back opportunities of a lifetime. You could be a student who is not sure of which career path to take. You could also be someone who knows what he or she wants out of life. No matter whom you are or what you want, a global volunteering program will help you go in the right direction with a more career-based mind.

It is very important to have references that will act positively on your resume. When you volunteer in different countries at different places, references can be easily found. Once they see how dedicated and hardworking you are, you will definitely be able to find a good set of references.

Instead of being a full-time volunteer, you could also be a part-time volunteer. If you are a person who is already doing a job, being a part-time volunteer could improve your skills and again improve your career prospects. As stated before, employers prefer employees who are not keen on money matters only but have a better life by doing some volunteer work. This is a definite plus point and can help you in your career path. The more experienced you are, the better chances you will have at excelling in your workplace.

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About Us

South Pacific Projects is a marine conservation NGO that operates an eco-tourism funded project in Fiji. Our research and conservation projects are carried out by our overseas volunteers, who work closely with our field research scientists and camp staff.

We are currently looking for overseas volunteers to work at our site in Leleuvia. Our research aims to identify strategies and targets that we can work towards to develop sustainable local environmental management plans for the unique reef systems of the region → Join up today