Disconnecting has never been more enticing.
There’s a big chance that a hectic school schedule, the 24/7 news cycle, and distracting social media is consuming you on a daily basis. As a result, it’s safe to assume that you often neglect looking for opportunities to expand your horizons and immerse yourself in an experience completely out of your comfort zone.
High school summer travel programmes can provide you with the chance to disconnect, develop your skills, and help you discover what you’re capable of at the same time.
6. You’ll see the world from a different perspective
Sometimes, you have to leave home to appreciate it. Meeting people from all walks of life with diverse backgrounds, age groups, and cultures will stretch your mind to new outlooks on life. Summer volunteering abroad will shed new light and offer new insights on how you once viewed old issues. You’ll develop more empathy towards others and mature your ability to understand other people’s emotions and ideas.
7. You’ll discover a lifelong journey of volunteering ahead
It’s great to get a taste for volunteering when you’re young. Going abroad in your teens plants a seed for broadening your horizons during your twenties as well. And when volunteering or internship opportunities arise later in life, you’ll be more likely to grab them because you know all of the wonderful benefits it can bring.