University group volunteer

Vacation Volunteer abroad
March 6, 2018
Teaching abroad
March 6, 2018

Education Volunteers Ghana (Eduvolgh) is recognised as the leader in the field for running critical conservation and community development programmes in Ghana. Our staff are experts in their field and are based in the 10 regional locations and 216 districts across Ghana, working all year round. We work with high profile partners, including Commision on human right and admistrative justice (CHRAJ), social welfare, Ghana redcross society, National youth authority, Ghana Education Service and other government organisations, which enables us to access areas others are simply unable to reach
Our university group programmes are designed to fully immerse and challenge students in contrasting environments. Typically trips are one to two weeks in length and are varied, exciting and tailored to ensure that students have a life-changing, memorable and positive learning experience. We have a thorough understanding of intercultural issues that may affect your students and have worked with major universities from all over the world.
We have also recently developed a range of programmes that focus on the educational elements more heavily, which follow a curriculum, and include pre and post-trip elements, under the Eduvolgh international students volunteer brand. The program is a combination of in-class learning, hands-on experience, and periods of reflective learning, all of which are aimed at developing students to become global citizens.

Our university group programs are designed just for you to fulfill your abroad volunteer goals. Our well-trained, dedicated, and professional staff will work side-by-side with you and provide the needed assistance throughout your stay.
Our host family home offers decent accommodation (neatly fitted rooms) with serene environ, local and continental dishes prepared under strict hygienic conditions, scheduled transportation service, 24/7 security and 4G internet access. “Welcome to the gateway to Africa”