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Testimonials
"I'm sure when I ponder my life experiences, during the twilight of my years, I will regard my six weeks in Thailand as six of the most sensational weeks of my life... I traveled to Thailand hoping for an enriching experience. What I found exceeded my wildest expectations."
Chris Cox, International Health Program, Thailand
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A Different Volunteer Experience That Makes a Difference
Global Service Corps (GSC) is a US based non-profit international development volunteer organization that offers service-learning and study abroad opportunities in Cambodia and Tanzania.  Volunteer and student participants are given the incredible opportunity to work alongside international development professionals on grant supported grassroots community service projects that seek to empower Tanzanians and Cambodians to improve their livelihoods.



"My eight week field experience was the by far the best thing I’ve done in my entire life. I never imagined I would have the opportunity to do the things that I’ve done, and see the things I have seen. I knew when I signed up for this program that it was going to be an experience, but I definitely did not understand the extent of the experience I would have.” - Naomi M. Tanzania 2014



“Given the opportunity to travel to Cambodia, tour, make friends, and teach English in Udong was not life changing ––it was life affirming.” - Richard L. Cambodia 2014

Through our programs, volunteers and students gain valuable, hands-on, field work experience working alongside development and community professionals on projects that address issues of International Health, HIV/AIDS Prevention, Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security, and Orphan Care.  Other cultural engagement and community service projects include Community Development, Buddhist Immersion and Teaching English. Serving as assistant trainers and teachers on community development projects gives participants unique insight and understanding of international development and cross-cultural issues (or awareness).  Always working with the community in mind, GSC community development projects are based on the needs of the people Global Service Corps serves, making the results long-lasting and sustainable.

Whether you are looking for short or long term travel opportunities that allow you to make a difference while exploring the world or are a university student looking to spend a semester or summer gaining field work experience, GSC has an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for you.  

To apply for these programs click here.



“I have been able to learn immensely from the wonderful GSC staff that are working in the field with us. They all show great dedication to not only GSC and their jobs but to their personal drives to make their country a better place.” - Matthew P. Tanzania 2014


  

“My time here has become a clarifying, learning and growing, reflective and forward-looking experience rolled into one, which has definitely taught me to better navigate the challenging environments within the developing world."- Anna W. Cambodia 2013


College Credit Opportunities for Students


Embark on a truly unique service-learning study abroad program with GSC! Gain first-hand experience working on grant supported international community development projects while earning college credit on a fall, spring or summer semester program in Cambodia and Tanzania. Offered in partnership with the University at Albany, SUNY.

Cambodia College Credit Programs: The Role of Civil Society, Buddhism, and Leadership in Post-Conflict Cambodia

15-Week Semester Programs
Fall: September 8 - December 21, 2014
Spring: January 5 - April 19, 2015

9-Week Summer Semester Program
June 1- August 2, 2015

Visit the For Students page for more information.



“I highly recommend the truly unique and always highly rated Global Service Corps semester service learning programs in Tanzania and Cambodia. The variety and high quality of the urban and rural living experiences, the academic component and the opportunity to work closely with community development professionals make this one of the best semester programs offered by the University at Albany SUNY.” - James M. Pasquill II, Director of Study Abroad and Exchanges, Office of International Education, University at Albany, SUNY

Tanzania College Credit Programs: HIV/AIDS Prevention Education, Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security


15-Week Semester Programs
Fall: September 8 - December 21, 2014
Spring: January 12 - April 26, 2015

9-Week Summer Semester Program
June 1 - August 2, 2015

Visit the For Students page for more information. 

To apply for these programs click here.