Volunteering in Belize: New Transitions Abroad Article

Here’s a new article I wrote for TransitionsAbroad.com. (If you ‘ve never heard of this website, it’s basically the mother ship portal to all things work/study/volunteer abroad, founded in 1977 by Hampshire College Professor Dr. Clay Hubbs, and available in bookstores as a print magazine.) My article is a purely practical piece, a listing of unique travel opportunities I found while traveling in Belize last November. These kinds of experiences — combining travel with study, work, and volunteering abroad — is one of the fastest growing segments of the global tourism industry, especially in Belize, a close, safe, small English-speaking country with plenty of alternative travel programs to feed the demand.

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