Our Values – Sustainable Development

Sustainable development in the 21st century  Here at Globalteer we pride ourselves on being different to many other ‘volunteering’ companies. We do organise volunteering opportunities for people, but we don’t do this for a profit. We are a charity seeking to create positive change for the projects, partners and communities we work with. Part of […]

Choosing Your Volunteer Project

Which Globalteer project is right for you? Choosing a volunteer project that suits you best can be a difficult task. Especially when there are so many worthwhile opportunities on offer! We hope this flowchart can help you choose a volunteer project by narrowing down the Globalteer opportunities to the ones which best fit your interests. […]

Volunteering in Colombia Spotlight: Stefan

Volunteering in Colombia I spent two weeks volunteering in Colombia with Globalteer at their Colombia Kids project. It was one of the best experiences of my life. You can really feel that your help is needed and that you really are making a difference. It’s wonderful to see kids learning from you, doesn’t matter if it […]

Volunteer Spotlight: Colin

Volunteer Review from Siem Reap Colin, 18, joined us from the UK. Colin was on his gap year, having just finished school, and looking forward to starting university in the autumn. He volunteered at our Cambodia Community Project for seven weeks, based in Siem Reap.   What inspired you to volunteer? I knew I wanted […]

UK Teachers help Globalteer’s capacity building in Siem Reap

Globalteer Cambodia recently hosted a team of specialist teachers from UK organisation Limited Resource Teacher Training (LRTT) to deliver a month-long programme of teacher-training designed specifically for teachers working with limited resources.A total of 64 teachers from 16 projects around Siem Reap attended the sessions which covered a range of subjects such as engaging students […]

Volunteer Spotlight: Maria

Maria is a teacher from Ireland who volunteered for two weeks at the Peru Community Project in July 2015. Why GlobalteerI wanted to volunteer abroad for a long time and researched loads of different projects.  Globalteer stood out amongst the rest as it looked and sounded like an interesting, safe, well-run and best of all, fun […]

Volunteer Spotlight: Sally

“You hear people say they have had life-changing experiences. This was”Sally is a 56 year-old former Pre-school assistant from Western Australia who volunteered with Globalteer’s Cambodia Community Project for 2 weeks in November 2014. For her placement Sally was assigned to a rural community project located 25km from Siem Reap were she helped local staff […]

Volunteer Spotlight: Kevin

“My volunteer trip was a life changing experience that I will never forget”When 21 year-old Kevin  undertook a six week volunteer placement with Globalteer’s Colombia Children’s project, it was the first time he had travelled outside of his native United States.But Kevin was already pretty familiar with the Colombian way of life – he has […]

Volunteer Spotlight: Karen

Karen, a primary school teacher from Western Australia spent six weeks volunteering at Globalteer’s Peru Community Project – Picaflor House – from January to March 2014, as part of a three month trip to South America. Before going into all the details of her time with us in Cusco, Globalteer, we have rather cheekily borrowed […]