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National & International

Are Volunteer Tourists Heading For A Disaster?

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This is a question that the Times in the UK has asked regarding whether VolunTourists are truly prepared for this type of experience. Story>>>

Yielding To The Impulse To Pitch In

Jill Schenzul, Travel Editor for NorthJersey.com, writes a splendid piece about VolunTourism and adding purpose to one’s travel. Story>>>

Students Hit Sand For Service As Well As Sun

Laura Bly, of USA Today, provides us with one of the "spring break" models of service and travel that have become popular with the media each year at just about this time. The question I have for you: Is this really VolunTourism? Story>>>

In-House

Students Today Leaders Forever

This article will give you some insight into one of our speakers at the 2006 VolunTourism Forum, Mr. Gregory Tehven! Story>>>

 

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