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Working Holiday with Interexchange.

Work and Learning Abroad Programs

InterExchange, a nonprofit organization with more than 50 years of cultural exchange experience, offers work programs for U.S. citizens in a variety of countries, including during the summer.

Working Holiday Programs are offered in Australia and Canada (18-35).
Group Tours in Costa Rica and the U.K.
Fellowships worldwide.

Working Holiday in Canada.

Work & Travel Canada

Our program enables US Citizens ages 18-35 to obtain a Working Holiday Visa in Canada for up to one year.

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Internship work in the UK BUNAC
Working Holidays and Internships Worldwide
Since 1962, BUNAC have been enabling all young people to discover the world through life changing work and travel adventures. We are experts in providing programs that span a long list of countries: the UK on our Intern in Britain program, and Intern in Ireland programs. We provide assistance in getting your work permit and job hunting support in-country in Australia, New Zealand, Canada and other locations. To find out more information, visit our website. 

AIESEC (International Association for Students in Economics and Business Management)
Develop Your Leadership Teaching, Interning, and Volunteering Abroad
Business, engineering, and IT work placements available in 125+ countries. Interns must apply through a university-based AIESEC chapter in the U.S.

Camp Counselors USA (CCUSA)
Summer camp counselors needed for Canada and working holiday options in Australia or New Zealand. Intern and volunteer options available worldwide.

Teach English Abroad

Paid Teach Abroad programs in China, South Korea, Spain, and Thailand for university graduates seeking to teach English internationally for a semester or a year, often with rent-free housing.

Communicating for Agriculture Exchange Program (CAEP)
Work abroad program in a range of countries for people aged 18-30 (some programs vary) with at least two years of practical experience in agriculture, horticulture, or equine husbandry. For winemaking, exchange participants must be aged 21-35 and have experience of at least one grape harvest.

Cultural Vistas
Internships Abroad

An organization that is dedicated to providing a wide variety of cultural exchange programs for both inbound and outbound students worldwide. Cultural Vistas offers programs offering a variety of personalized professional internships and training programs to France, Germany, Ireland, Spain, Switzerland, and the U.K. Summer fellowships are also available worldwide.

Earthwatch Institute
International environmental charity that recruits over 4,000 volunteers a year to assist professional, scientific field research expeditions around the world.

Foundation for Responsible Development (FSD)
International Responsible Development Internships

FSD provides capacity building, funding, and human resources to over 300 grassroots organizations in Latin America, Africa, and Asia. Our programs provide comprehensive development training, immersion, and the opportunity for participants to design and implement collaborative projects with the help of a Site Team and their host organization. With our partner organizations, we implement solutions that improve social, environmental, educational, and economic conditions at the community level.

Global Routes
Gap Programs

Customized teaching and other activies for volunteers over 17 years of age in countries worldwide. Experienced leaders also needed for travel programs.

IAESTE United States
Short- and long-term internship placements in more than 80 countries available to university students aged 19-30 in science, engineering, math, computer science, agriculture, or architecture.

Peace Corps
Sends U.S. citizens (minimum age of 18) on 2-year volunteer assignments. Volunteers serve in 70+ countries in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Central and South America, Europe, and the Middle East. Collaborating with local community members, volunteers work in areas like education, youth outreach and community development, the environment, and information technology.

Real Gap Experience
Offers a range of travel, volunteer, and work programs includes short-term conservation volunteering in Australia, working with wildlife in Southern Africa, paid teaching in China, and volunteer placements in Latin America.

SWAP (Student Work Abroad Program)
Administered by the Canadian Federation of Students, the organization coordinates a working holiday program for Canadian students and non-students in the U.K., Ireland, France, Germany, Austria, New Zealand, Australia, Japan, and South Africa. Non-Canadian students can participate in Work Canada for 6 months.

Teach Away Inc.
Teaching English as a Second Language Placements Worldwide

Teach Away has become one of the largest teacher recruitment agencies in the world. Each year, Teach Away places hundreds of teachers in countries around the world including the United Arab Emirates, Hong Kong, Japan, China, Thailand, Vietnam, Taiwan, Saudi Arabia, South Korea and many more. Teach Away's partners include a wide range of educational institutions including Public/Private Schools; International Schools; Businesses requiring English Language Instructors; and Private English Schools.

WorkAway Worldwide
Workaway hosts offer various jobs and activities, including individual exchanges, teaching projects including English, farm stays, community projects, NGOs & charities, environmental projects, animal welfare, hostels, families & homestays, house sitting, boating & sailing, and much more across the world.
Many of the opportunities offer free room and board with various options depending on the host. Workaway provides resources to help you get the most out of your experience and emphasizes safety. All for a small membership fee.

Workcamps around the world accept unskilled short-term labor for 2 to 4 weeks, mainly in the summer. There is a massive effort to coordinate workcamp programs; however, for now interested volunteers should apply to a partner organization in their own country, principally Volunteers for Peace. Registration for most workcamps is between $235 and $500, which covers simple accommodation and food but not travel expenses.

WWOOF (World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms)
Global website has links to the national offices in the countries that have a WWOOF coordinator. National WWOOF coordinators compile a list of their member farmers willing to provide free room and board to volunteers who want to help and are interested in furthering the aims of the organic movement. Currently there are WWOOF branches in 153 countries.

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