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Teens and High School Students

Where can a teen volunteer? Joining GoEco's Under 18 volunteer adventures is a great way for teenagers to have a meaningful volunteer experience while also getting to enjoy the local sights and culture with a group of like-minded participants. These projects have been carefully selected and include a higher level of supervision. Anyone aged 15 - 17 is welcome to participate and we highly encourage teens who are considering careers related to animal welfare, conservation or humanitarian aid. For program that are not specifically designed for teens, but happily accept those aged 16 or 17, who have parental consent, see here read more
2nd Week for Free! Volunteer for marine conservation on a private island in Belize! You will improve the living conditions for a variety of sea life surrounding this island paradise
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4th Week for Free! Volunteer for sea turtle and wildlife conservation with the local community of Las Tunas on the Pacific Coast of Ecuador.  
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Scuba dive into the clear waters of the Adriatic Sea to help clean up pollution that threaten local marine life
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Scuba dive into the stunning waters of the Atlantic Coastline in Portugal to help clean up pollution that threaten local marine life
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3rd Week for Free! Volunteer at one of the largest and most successful wildlife sanctuary and rehabilitation centers in Africa! Volunteers on this project work with a range of animals, from monkeys to lions. Experience Zimbabwe's...
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4th Week for Free! Volunteer for rescuing animals at one of the most important Amazon wildlife centers in Ecuador! 
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4th Week for Free! Support kids who have limited access to educational resources. As a volunteer, you will live in a traditional fishing village, bond with locals, and exchange culture in this enriching experience.  
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Live aboard a famous historic boat and assist with important dolphin data collection as you sail along the Italian coastline!
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