After working at Pez I’ve also changed my course at university to Environmental Sciences as the work you guys are doing really sparked an interest in me and made me realise that working for an organisation like GVI is something I’d really like to pursue.
GVI were so important in helping me choose a career path I love, it’s great that I can now be part of that for other volunteers that come through.
GVI not only gave me an experience of a lifetime, it helped me grow and progress in my career.
The Thailand elephant project was one of the best travel experiences of my life.
I felt that I was able to play a real part in improving the life opportunities of the students I worked with.
GVI has left me with wonder and an honesty that can only inspire you to go back and do more.
Those kids are able to overcome obstacles by learning from each other. I can honestly say that they have inspired me to be fearless and persistent in everything I attempt.
One of the best parts about being a volunteer for GVI is that I immediately felt a part of the team amongst both the staff and the other volunteers.
I gained a whole new family from the people I lived and worked with and experiences I went through.
It’s hard not to ramble on about every single experience on offer in Pokhara and Phang Nga.