04 March 2015

Visit Ecuador, Fiji, Laos or South Africa and do good

Volunteer with a local child

Immerse yourself in the local culture and surrounding environment and learn things you never thought possible.

Volunteer Eco Students Abroad (VESA) invites you to its annual meeting this Thursday 5 March.

VESA is a unique volunteer travel organisation with an aim to provide people with the opportunity to immerse themselves within a country through community-based volunteer work programs and adventure activities.

Bringing together working groups of young people and local villager, VESA empowers you to undertake hands-on work for the benefit of disadvantaged communities through delivering valuable and sustainable infrastructure in the areas of education, sanitation and water supply.

By taking part in a VESA program, you will experience personal growth. The outcome will have a profound effect on your outlook of the world as you forge new friendships and acquire unique skills and perspective with regards to the wider world.

With international volunteering looked upon favourably one’s resume/curriculum vitae (CV), consider combining your next overseas travels with volunteering.

There are five sessions scheduled for Thursday 5 March. At 12:30 pm, 1:30 pm, 2:30 pm, 3:30 pm and 4:30 pm in Building 16, Seminar room 3, City campus.

For more information, visit VESA.

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