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want to move and stay to new country

I will marry and plan to move abroad. Because we love to adventure, we want to get new experiences and new challenges and new environments. I am just a high school graduate but I hope to get a job so that I can also help to volunteer. Any suggestions? #international #volunteer #work


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Amra’s Answer

It is wonderful that you want to do all of this, just make sure to think it all over thoroughly:
First: Ask yourself what is your passion about: moving abroad for the excitement, or moving abroad in order to help others through volunteering?
Second: What do you care about, and where do you want to help?
Third: How will you support yourselves if you are just volunteering? Do not forget you will still need income:)
Hope this helps direct your thinking...

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Mandira’s Answer

Hi, there are many not for profits in India that take volunteers. Bhumi is one of them. Robinhood Army is another.

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Sakina’s Answer

Congratulations! there are so many opportunities for volunteering! You may also consider volunteering in the sphere related to something that you would like to study. I personally like Australian Koala Foundation, if you go to Brisbane, Australia.

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Mandira’s Answer

Hi, there are many not for profits in India that take volunteers. Bhumi is one of them. Robinhood Army is another.

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Fiona’s Answer

Moving to a new country and being involved in volunteering work when you are young is a great way to experience life, learn about yourself and gain experience. It can be a very humbling experience. Think about what your interests are. For example, are you interested in animal welfare, children, poverty etc. and find organisations that work with those groups. Think about what regions of the world you would like to visit.
Actually, taking some time to gain experience globally by volunteering is not always looked on badly by employers - it shows you are wiling to step out of your comfort zone and the experience you gain by expanding your horizons can also be very valuable.

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Ramona’s Answer

Hi. I can definitely relate to the urge to get out an explore. If you are interested in furthering your studies, there are organizations such as the Carl Duisberg Gesellschaft study abroad programs that offer scholarships to cover most of your costs, studying at a foreign university, along with providing a paid internship. I would recommend students looking into what programs are available in your country.

As many others have indicated, there is the route of volunteering, which could help get you set up with a place to stay and get familiar with your area of interest. Another option is to take the approach friends of mine recently took, they just returned from spending a year in Australia. To survive, they took jobs as a waitress and handy man as they moved throughout the country.

I hope that gives you some additional options, so that you can fulfill your need to explore.

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Nikisha’s Answer

Congratulations. What matters in life is doing what you love and opening up to the world. Have more life experiences with different cultures. Maybe international volunteer work is possible in Europe.

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Amra’s Answer

It is wonderful that you want to do all of this, just make sure to think it all over thoroughly:
First: Ask yourself what is your passion about: moving abroad for the excitement, or moving abroad in order to help others through volunteering?
Second: What do you care about, and where do you want to help?
Third: How will you support yourselves if you are just volunteering? Do not forget you will still need income:)
Hope this helps direct your thinking...

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