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The VolunTourist™ is a premium Newsletter for the Travel Trade. For those interested in discovering what is happening in the world of VolunTourism and seeking emerging practices, general information, and case studies, this is your Source.

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This month we take a look at what is happening around Spring Break for students and vacationers alike as well as for those focused on relief in Southeast Asia.

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Working vacations for travelers with a heart

Margaret Backenheimer gives brief introduction to Chicago Tribune readers on how to travel differently in 2005. Story>>>

Vacationers think outside the cabana

Vani Rangachar tells us what some American travelers are doing in response to the December 26 th Tsunami Disaster. Story>>>

For this party over spring break, bring your own hammer

Jane Engle gives us a look at truly alternative spring breaks. Story>>>

This story is also available under the title, Spring Break, minus the keg stands

Minnesota volunteer vacationers build bridges

Chris Welsch shares the service-filled journey of a Minnesota resident to Kenya. Story>>>

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