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"Global Citizens Network"
Image Global Citizens Network "Global Citizens Network is a non-profit organization with two part-time staffers and many friends who volunteer their time in a variety of ways. We welcome your interest and energy. Global Citizens Network board members all have extensive experience in international travel and development, and have led trips to the Caribbean, East Africa, Central America, the South Pacific, Eastern Europe, and India.

Global Citizens Network, strives to develop creative and effective local solutions to global problems by providing opportunities for individuals to interact with people of diverse cultures who share common global values. GCN recognizes the interdependence of people around the world. Social and economic injustice, racial and ethnic inequality, and ecological loss affect all people. But through cooperative effort, individuals of all cultures can enhance their ability to make a difference locally and globally.

To foster that cooperation, Global Citizens Network sends teams of volunteers to communities in indigenous cultures throughout the world. Participants immerse themselves in the culture and daily life of the community. Each volunteer team partners with a local grassroots organization active in meeting local needs. Global Citizens Network creates a worldwide network of people and organizations committed to addressing global issues.

By providing participants the opportunity to learn about the society, knowledge, art and livelihood of other cultures, Global Citizens Network seeks to honor and help preserve those cultures. By providing volunteers and project grants to partner communities, Global Citizens Network fosters human and community development in those cultures. By creating a network of people and organizations, Global Citizens Network seeks to enhance participants' impact on issues of local and global concern." ... more
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Image Habitat for Humanity International"Habitat for Humanity International is a nonprofit, nondenominational Christian housing organization. We welcome all people to join us as we build simple, decent, affordable, houses in partnership with those in need of adequate shelter. Since 1976, Habitat has built more than 125,000 houses in more than 80 countries, including some 45,000 houses across the United States.

Habitat houses are purchased by the homeowner families. Three factors make Habitat houses affordable to low-income people worldwide: Houses are sold at no profit, with no interest charged on the mortgage. Homeowners and volunteers build the houses under trained supervision. Individuals, corporations, faith groups and others provide financial support." ... more
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"So what is the secret to discovering your passion, achieving your dream career, pursuing a lifelong interest, or just doing something different (whether or not it relates to your career)? Simply ask yourself, "Does the opportunity have heart?" If not, what could you do that does? In other words, begin your journey by doing things that naturally harmonize with your values, skills, abilities, and God-given talents."
Face "Create a vision—your game plan for your personal path through life—then map out how you'll get there. If you haven't found out already, you'll learn that the things you do right now affect who you will become in the future.

Although "discovering your passion" and "achieving your dream career" sound like far-fetched goals, remember that every journey starts with one step. Think about your path step-by-step. Yes, it's a long process, but it will also be filled with exploration, adventure, and fulfillment that you can feel with each step, knowing you're on your way. It's also important to realize that every new path you take is an opportunity to create, learn, grow, and stretch while exploring life's possibilities—whether or not it leads to a dream career.

Too often we decide to follow a path that is not really our own; one that others have set for us. We forget that whichever way we go, the price is the same: in both cases we will pass through both difficult and happy moments. But when we are living our dream, the difficulties we encounter make sense. —Paulo Coelho

When you try something new, your mind, body, and soul stretch and never go back to their original shape. Opening the back door to your future is really about growing and gravitating toward something that brings meaning to your life. Each experience will move you in new directions that you never imagined before you came up with the idea. You'll also find that these experiences are shaping your life—pushing and pulling you in different directions—until eventually you find something that really rocks your world. Just like getting on a train and picking up momentum—your life will gain momentum and get better and better. That is, if you work hard at it." ... more
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"Founded in 1996, SummerJobs.com has been working for well over a decade to provide employers easy access to a wide, targeted audience of summer job seekers. As a niche on-line job board our mission here at SummerJobs.com is simple – to provide an easy to use, simple forum where summer employers and job seekers can connect with one another.

Each year over 2 million high school students, college students, and recent graduates from around the US visit SummerJobs.com as part of their summer job search.

SummerJobs.com site has always been free for young job seekers to use. We also understand the financial constraints of small businesses and most seasonal employers and have always kept our job posting prices accessible while providing the best value possible.

So instead, I went in search of educational resources that would allow me to customize a program that would suit the needs of my children and still accomodate my pocketbook.

There is little that is more valuable or exciting for a teenager, high school student or college student than the different work experiences available during the summer. A summer job helps to pay the bills and is often a necessity, but it also provides our youth with the opportunity to learn new skills, meet people from different cultures, travel to interesting, far-away places and to get a taste of what working life might be like in a future career. SummerJobs.com allows a summer job seeker to explore opportunities both locally and across the US, Canada and the world. Likewise, we allow employers to draw from a pool of adventure-seeking job seekers from far and wide.

SummerJobs.com shares its philosophy with its partner sites in the AboutJobs.com Network, which includes InternJobs.com (internships), OverseasJobs.com (professional positions abroad), InternationalJobs.com (professional positions with an international spin, both in the US and abroad) and ResortJobs.com (ski resorts, cruise ships, national parks, hotels, spas and worldwide resorts). Visit our other sites and explore a new world of career opportunities." ... more
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"Moms Network started out as an organization for work at home moms that was founded in December, 1997 by Cyndi Webb. Cyndi saw the need and desire for supporting and promoting moms who work out of their home. As a work at home mom herself, she was frustrated with the limited resources available to moms who work from home.

Cyndi's vision was to offer work at home moms an avenue to gain exposure for their business while at the same time building relationships with other work at home moms. Her strong desire to offer work at home moms the spotlight that they need in order to grow their business, is relevant in the many free and low cost advertising choices offered through Moms Network. The idea was to grow Moms Network into a busy and high traffic site and let the work at home mom ride on the tails of it's success. The more eyes brought to the Moms Network community, the more eyes that would see the products and services of these hard working moms.

Over the past 11 years Moms Network has expanded to become a vast community of resources for ALL moms, not only work at home moms. With more than 25 websites available and growing, addressing all sorts of interests (cooking, coupons, online games, auctions, children’s activities, crafts and more), Moms Network has been able to reach hundreds of thousands of moms worldwide. Their online newsletter base has grown to more than 440,000 subscribers and the Moms Network community of websites receive over 4 million page views per month.

Our Mission:
Moms Network is dedicated to offering the tools, resources and networking that moms need in balancing the important areas of their life. Moms Network is built on the belief that we learn and grow most from each other and the relationships we build both personally and professionally. We have, and continue to strive at offering an interactive and supportive atmosphere for moms working at home. Moms network currently operates approximately 25 websites (see below) all offering unique content and interests, which opens the door to a larger population of women, for the work at home mom to be able to showcase her business to..." more
  Workamper News Inc. logo The online home of Workamper News
"(...)Since 1987, Workamper News has helped more than 70,000 people find great jobs in great places. Workamper opportunities run the gamut, from part-time seasonal to fulltime, year-round, to business and income opportunities, volunteer positions and full-fledged careers.

Workamper singles and couples are constantly in demand at campgrounds, resorts, national parks,marinas, forests, theme parks, lodges, state parks, ski resorts, youth camps, wildlife preserves, RV parks, guest ranches, canoe outfitters, circuses, race tracks, etc. Positions range from caretakers to managers, with everything imaginable in between, i.e. activity directors, utility inspectors, musicians, chuckwagon cooks, camphosts, property/house sitters, golf course attendants, wild west show actors, field reps, tour guides, and RV delivery drivers. " ... more
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American Institute For Foreign Study
"Founded in 1964, the American Institute For Foreign Study (AIFS) is one of the oldest, largest and most respected cultural exchange organizations in the world. With global offices in 15 countries, we organize cultural exchange programs for more than 50,000 participants each year. Our programs include college study abroad, au pair placement, camp counselors and staff, gifted education, high school study/travel and insurance services. Since 1964, more than 1.5 million students and teachers have participated in AIFS programs worldwide.

For the past 40 years, we have been committed to cross-cultural exchange. Under the direction of founder, Sir Cyril Taylor, AIFS continues to operate its family of services, today, as a social enterprise. The group, a privately owned U.S. company with wholly owned subsidiaries, has annual revenues in excess of $180 million. As a for-profit organization, AIFS maintains a double bottom line: financial results and social outcomes. This structure ensures that we have the resources to find new and innovative ways to pursue our core mission.

In 2011, AIFS was named one of the top places to work in Connecticut." ... more

AYA logoAcademic Year in America (AYA) is one of the largest and most respected high school/homestay programs in the United States. Founded in 1981, AYA is well recognized by high schools across the U.S. and endorsed by thousands of American host families.

AYA is sponsored by the American Institute For Foreign Study (AIFS) Foundation, a not-for-profit organization founded in 1967 with the assistance of the late Senator Robert F. Kennedy. Its mission is to promote worldwide understanding through cultural exchange. The Foundation awards grants to high schools for projects that encourage intercultural awareness. It also provides scholarships that enable young Americans to study and travel abroad." ... more
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