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international students
During winter and spring break many International Students studying in the USA have a problem. 
The dorms close their doors and students must find another place to stay until break is over. 
It is often too expensive to fly home.  What to do??
 international student
Why not join students from across the country and volunteer on a CC International Alternative Break project?  We provide food, lodging, great projects and the opportunity to learn more about your host country and make new friends. 
Take a look at the list of projects below and join us and other student volunteers for a life changing, fun and meaningful experience.
Questions about our opportunities for International Students?
Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration and Community Service
ecosystem restoration gulf
It will take many years to recover from the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and other disasters that have plagued the Gulf Coast. CC International has been organizing teams to address the needs of these communities on the Gulf Coast. 

"I loved that the projects were physically challenging. I liked knowing "why" we were doing certain projects so that it was meaningful. You guys are doing great things! Thank you for allowing me to be a part of it :)"  

Gulf Coast Volunteer 2013, Univ of Connecticut

Volunteers have planted thousands of trees, built miles of oyster reef, cleaned up rivers, removed invasive species, restored wildlife habitat, and helped to restore the gulf coast's fragile ecosystem. 

In addition to responding to the environmental needs, volunteers have helped communities address urgent needs in the areas of early childhood education, homelessness, and poverty

We have plenty of projects for 2013-2014. Let us know if you want to send a volunteer team. 

More Domestic Projects listed below
New Sea Turtle Project in 
Costa Rica 
Sea Turtle Monitoring and Habitat Restoration in 
Costa Rica 
Your volunteer team will provide hands on support to the Sea Turtle Biological Station on Costa Rica's Pacific coast.  

The project focuses on Hawksbill (Eretmochelys imbricata) and Eastern Pacific Green turtles (Chelonia mydas). Volunteers work hands on with biologists to carry out in-water studies and operate the rescue and rehabilitation center. Often sea turtles suffer trauma from boats and fishing and many are infected by parasites, our rescue center rehabilitates these turtles and releases them back into the wild.. Our rehab facility has nine tanks and our biologists follow international best practices.  

More International Projects listed below:

 Questions about the Sea Turtle Project

2013 2014 Projects

We  also need university and college volunteer teams to work on our other domestic and international projects this coming winter, and spring.

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