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Save Big! 12 Flights from YCI

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Deadline
January 20, 2014

Availability
(National) Canada

Contact Name
Jane Baldwin

Contact email
jane.baldwin@yci.org

Contact URL
http://www.yci.org/html/who...

Categories
Education
Environment
Health

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YCI has released a one-time offer of twelve flights to participate in our volunteer programs in Tanzania and Ghana this Winter. We have released 6 flights for participation in our Tanzania program and 6 flights for participation in our Ghana program.

Fulfill your new year's resolutions to do something that matters and volunteer with Youth Challenge International!

There are three project options eligible for the flight promotion: 8-weeks in Tanzania starting this February 3rd, 4-weeks in Ghana starting February 10th and 4-weeks in Ghana Starting March 1st.

Flights will be released, on a first come first serve for the first twelve candidates who are accepted into YCI's international volunteer programs in our Tanzania and Ghana programs.

Who is eligible?
1) You must be Canadian, a Permanent Resident or a Landed Immigrant
2) You must be aged 18-35 at time of application
3) Flights are only available to participate in YCI's volunteer programs in Tanzania and Ghana departing between Jan 1st and March 31st, 2014

How does it work?
1) Apply to volunteer in YCI's programs in Tanzania and Ghana this Winter
2) Successfully complete your interview with YCI
3) Submit your first two deadlines for participation
4) YCI will book your flight with our travel agent

*Applications are rolling on a first come, first serve basis. Submit your volunteer application now: http://www.yci.org/html/volunteer/globally/applynow.asp


Organization

This opportunity was posted by:

Youth Challenge International

Building on over 20 years of experience, YCI’s programs are designed to meet the needs of youth affected by poverty through four integrated sectors: livelihoods, health, leadership and the environment.