Learn more about the benefits and challenges of Project Trust’s life-enhancing overseas volunteering opportunities by joining one of our Information Sessions.

If you are aged between 17 and 25 and have heard about, are interested in, or are applying for a Project Trust overseas adventure then this five-minute pre-recorded video presentation is for you.

You will find our video offers a little more information about the challenges, benefits and opportunities a year with no gaps with Project Trust offers. Discover how a structured long-term Project Trust placement can help you develop, learn new skills, and share experiences.

And if you have any questions, please join our next monthly Online Information Session where we can chat them through.

If you are a parent or guardian the video might also be useful to watch. Teachers, lecturers, careers advisers, and youth groups will find it perfect for sharing. Chat to us now about hosting our one-hour live online talk for your school or group – so that together we can continue to empower young people to explore their potential. 

Online Meetings, dates and times…

Topic: Online Information Session Q&A

Time: This is a recurring meeting at 13.00 on the first Thursday of every month

Join Zoom Meeting

https://zoom.us/j/96202045879?pwd=azBHK0Fsc1VxVzl0U3lUU1kvWVZEZz09

Meeting ID: 962 0204 5879

Password: 733456

Or if you can’t wait, please contact us direct with your questions.

Changemaker – Roanna Fraser

May 15th, 2020|0 Comments

Roanna volunteered in a school in Polokwane, South Africa (2013/14) in an enrichment centre for children with severe mental and physical disabilities. So inspired was she by the teachers and discovering something she loved

Information Sessions

May 15th, 2020|0 Comments

Learn more about the benefits and challenges of Project Trust’s life-enhancing overseas volunteering opportunities by joining one of our Information Sessions. If you are aged between 17

Changemaker – Ciara Cohen-Ennis

May 6th, 2020|0 Comments

A year in Joal, Senegal boosted Ciara’s confidence and equipped her with skills she uses today as a broadcast journalist for ITV Wales. Despite the Coronavirus crisis, Ciara continues to work tirelessly, producing TV