Do you want to explore post-school options other than going straight to university? More young people are setting themselves apart by going on an educational program abroad instead. It’s called experiential education, and gives you an immersive cultural education through practical field work. It’s the up-and-coming, best way to grow yourself and create the future you know you want.
Volunteering or interning abroad after receiving your A-level gives you an opportunity to see what career options are available in the wider world, while gaining valuable practical and leadership skills. You also give yourself the time and space needed before making any big decisions about your future education.
Not to mention, it could be the adventure of a lifetime. Explore the world and its cultures, get out of your comfort zone, find a community of like minded people, and put your passions into practice.
What are you waiting for?
GVI is a parent-run organisation. Family is at the heart of what we do. Which is why we’re incredibly serious about child protection, health and safety, and we care deeply about making learning more engaging for the younger generation.
We believe in the career empowering and life-enriching benefits of engaging in sustainable development projects abroad. This is why we look to make our high quality programs more accessible by offering time-limited scholarships to candidates who meet certain criteria.
If you are looking for an opportunity to fundraise for your trip, make use of GVI’s fundraising platform, where you can set fundraising timelines and targets, and take advantage of our refer-a-friend program.
GVI supports international and local charities, NGO, and governmental organisations around the world. Through financial support, international recognition and participant support, their critical goals can be realised.