Volunteer Abroad
Volunteer Bolivia
  :: Volunteer
  :: Volunteer

  :: Volunteers Bolivia :: South America

Volunteer Opportunities - Bolivia

  :: Volunteer Bolivia

Bolivia boasts the highest city in the world, La Paz, the largest salt plain, Salar de Uyuni, and the world’s largest wetland, the Pantanal. Teaching English in Bolivia can help to alleviate poverty, by promoting economic stability and employment opportunities.

Two thirds of Bolivia are subsistence farmers who live in poverty. Volunteers can get involved with community projects developing the confidence of underprivileged children, or rescuing abandoned animals from the streets of La Paz.

  :: Volunteer & Learn Spanish

Sucre

'La Ciudad Blanca' is located at nearly 3,000m in the Andean highlands and is the judicial capital of Bolivia. Support from UNESCO and relative isolation has only served to maintain Sucre's colonial elegance, yet with two universities it has a youthful, energetic feel. Volunteers certainly won't be bored here - the lively central plaza is a swarm of students, locals and indigenous people, with numerous museums, mansions and colonial churches to explore. Click on the Volunteer & Spanish links to find out more..

::
::

  :: Volunteer Holidays


Cactus @ i-to-i

Special educational teachers deal with the behavioural, emotional and learning difficulties of disabled children. Pre-entry level experience of working with children with special needs is desirable. Gaining this experience through voluntary work can demonstrate initiative and a keen interest in this profession, especially with the added challenge of teaching children of a different culture.

::
::
::
::
::

  :: Volunteer Information for Gap Year Students

If you are thinking of a degree in journalism / NCTJ, you generally need to have some experience before you start. The world of journalism is highly competitive and often underpaid, but with a Volunteer Bolivia placement, you should have the necessary experience to gain the entry level experience needed for an NCTJ or degree in journalism.

 :: Volunteer Feedback
Volunteer Feedback

"I cried when I had to leave the kids. On my last day they each made me little cards..." More >>

 :: Volunteer Placements
Volunteer Costa Rica

Leatherback Turtle Project, Costa Rica
Volunteer Costa Rica
More >>

 
Volunteer Malaysia Way of the Warrior, Malaysia
Volunteer Malaysia
More >>
 
Volunteer China Panda Conservation, China
Volunteer China
More >>
 
Volunteer Brazil Meaningful Tour, Amazon
Volunteer Brazil
More >>
 
Volunteer Ecotourism Pink Flamingo Sanctuary, Mexico
Volunteer Mexico
More >>
 
Volunteer Argentina Animal Rehabilitation, Argentina
Volunteer Argentina
More >>
 
Volunteer Argentina Tropical TEFL
Volunteer Thailand
More >>
 
Volunteer Namibia Desert Elephant Project,
Volunteer Namibia
More >>
 
 Please read our Terms and Conditions  Code By Brighton New Media
Volunteer Argentina :: Volunteer Australia :: Volunteer Bolivia :: Volunteer Brazil :: Volunteer Cambodia :: Volunteer China :: Volunteer Chile :: Volunteer Costa Rica :: Volunteer Dominica :: Volunteer Dominican Republic :: Volunteer Ecuador:: Volunteer Egypt:: Volunteer Ghana :: Volunteer Guatemala :: Volunteer Indionesia :: Volunteer India :: Volunteer Kenya :: Volunteer Laos :: Volunteer Malaysia :: Volunteer Mexico :: Volunteer Namibia:: Volunteer Nepal:: Volunteer New Zealand:: Volunteer South Africa:: Volunteer Sri Lanka :: Volunteer Tanzania :: Volunteer Thailand Volunteer United States :: Volunteer Vietnam :: Volunteer Zimbabwe
Volunteer Africa :: Volunteer Asia :: Volunteer Australia :: Volunteer Central America :: Volunteer South America ::