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In the summer of 2022, high school and college students traveled across Morocco, engulfing themselves in the culture and scenery. Here are some photo highlights.
Neha Sarwal traded ideas with teens from around the world, as they worked to tackle local waste management problems. Her project was one of several successful initiatives during the Climate Leaders Fellowship program.
Take a look at just some of the people who have changed the world of travel through their expeditions, including a few travelers who overcame major barriers on their road to exploration.
Changemakers in Bangkok, Thailand are leading young and making a positive impact.
Students provided hundreds of hours of service in Fiji during the summer of 2022, making a big impact in the local community.
Students participating in the Climate Leaders Fellowship program in the Spring of 2022 designed a plethora of projects to tackle waste management issues.
The science is clear - service is rewarding both for the people doing the service and for the communities benefiting from it. But how do teens learn to love community service?
At sea and on the land, students in Thailand are having a blast and making a difference.
Making a few small changes can allow you to enjoy both the mountain tops while hiking and the crystal clear waters while boating.
Dozens of students have been exploring the Dominican Republic this summer and many more are still preparing to come.
Students have been busy during the 2022 sessions of Hawaii Service!
Juneteenth not only teaches us lessons about the past. It also puts a spotlight on modern day slavery that afflicts the international community.