If you’ve got a couple of weeks to spare in the middle of the year, use it to help various communities around South East Asia.
SEALNet, a Stanford-based non-profit, is organizing various trips for college students to S.E. Asia for community work. Their projects are:
- Encouraging the growth of the arts in Cambodia
- Raise educational awareness in Thailand
- Increase earthquake and sanitation awareness in Indonesia
- Create media about gastrointestinal worms in The Philippines
- Open a vocational English teaching program in Vietnam
The only requirement is that you’re a college student – no age limits, no country limits, no language experience necessary. SEALNet will cover all expenses except for airfare. You can apply for up to two projects.
Applications close April 22nd, 2007 so apply now!
Thanks TinKosong for the information.
Links in Post:
- SEALNet: 2007 Projects Application Form
- TinKosong.Com: Southeast Asian Service Leadership Network (SEALNet)