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VolunTourism: From Whence They May Come - Part I
VolunTourism, if it is to grow, prosper and become sustainable, must have an ever-increasing supply of participants. What nations will likely produce a regular supply of VolunTourists? This article represents the first in a series that will explore the answer to the question.
VolunTourism & The M3 TRAV3L3RS
The Millennials are beginning to make their presence felt in the tourism industry and in the nonprofit sector as well. Whether it is traveling to remote locations to enhance their knowledge base, meet their global neighbors, or pursue their humanitarian goals and objectives, the generation that is marked by pundits as the one that "will change the world" represents the foundation for VolunTourism and its longevity.
So You May Know
VolunTourism The New "Soul Food"
If you are wondering what fuels my interest and passion for VolunTourism, look no farther than how it feeds my body, mind, AND soul. more>>>
VolunTourism Marketing Options On A Budget & A Letter That Is Truly UnXpected
Special Thanks to Mark and Bart for their great letters for this issue, and to all who send us your questions and comments. We look forward to receiving an UnXpected letter from you in the near future. more>>>
Wisdom & Insight
VolunTourism Development: Introducing "The VolunTourism Chronicles"
How is VolunTourism actively being developed throughout the world? We want to share with you some of the stories of those who are generating and implementing VolunTourism programs and intiatives in "real-time." Why have they elected to do what they do? What challenges do they face? What triumphs have they experienced? You will have a front-row seat in watching their VolunTourism realities unfold. more>>>
A VolunTourism Smorgasbord
Bangladesh, Brazil, Romania, and Jordan are highlighted in this issue's set of articles, with Jordan leading the way as the first country in the world to declare its emphasis on VolunTourism. more>>>
Alumni Travel & VolunTourism
Kris Jameyson holds the duty of marketing travel experiences to the University of California Berkeley alumni. Is VolunTourism something that will satisfy travel-hungry Bears? Here is what Kris had to say in answer to our questions. more>>>
Get Your Compass Out... Set Your Heading North By Northeast!
When it comes to passion for VolunTourism, Nick Ascot has already earned his place in the "VolunTourism Hall of Fame." Nick recognizes that business reflects the well-being of the people and the environment in which one operates. Healthy communities & natural surroundings mean good business. His VolunTourism initiatives at North By Northeast Tours focus on strengthening both. more>>>
Study & Research
Adventure VolunTourism - Part II
Nancy McGehee has connected once more with David Aabo for a second installment regarding Adventure VolunTourism. This time, David shares a case study on an organization in Peru - ProNaturaleza. more
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