Volunteer Teams Needed in Alabama Winter/Spring 2013
We had over 250 volunteers from over a dozen universities and colleges during Winter/Spring Break 2012 who completed over 9000 hours of badly needed tornado relief and support for community organizations.
Stony Brook University had been working hard out in the sun and with the humidity cleaning up debris. The group was starting to finish up for the day when an older woman stopped by and asked read more...
We need volunteer teams during breaks Winter/Spring 2013 to support low income housing and other human service projects based in
Volunteers Needed Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration and Community Service
We had another terrific year working on environmental restoration along the Gulf Coast. Volunteer teams from 16 universities and colleges completed over 8000 hours of restoration work and also did a variety of projects for local youth programs.
"I loved doing the oyster reef projects because we got to bag them one day and put them on a barge and then we got the opportunity to take them off the barge and put them in the water. That was definitely something I loved was seeing the whole project out."
Recovery and restoration of the Gulf of Mexico ecosystem is an ongoing endeavor and CC International has made a long term commitment. Feedback from participating volunteer teams has been tremendous and we look forward to putting even more volunteers to work during the Winter/Spring Breaks 2013.
NOTE: Due to the mild December - February climate on the Gulf Coast this is a great Winter Break Project.
Early Childhood Education in New Orleans
For the past three years CC International has provided volunteers to Head Start and Early Head Start Classrooms in New Orleans.
"The trip was amazing and unforgettable. Everyone had a great time and was impacted by not only working with the children but New Orleans as a whole. Thank you for doing what you do. I am sure you do not hear it enough, but you are fantastic at what you do. CC International did a great job coordinating everything"
University of Houston/March 2012
Join us in New Orleans Winter/Spring 2013 and meet the wonderful children of New Orleans!
Disaster Relief Project TBA
CC International had another great year of international projects in 2012. Volunteer projects are available in Costa Rica, Guatemala, Panama, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Puerto Rico, and Colombia.
University of Wisconsin, Osh Kosh builds a tilapia pond in Guatemala March 2012
CC International works with Fair Trade Coffee farmers and communities, low income housing, environmental projects, wildlife habitat including sea turtles, youth projects, and other community development projects. We will work with you to identify projects and activities that meet the specific goals of your team.