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Last modified: July 6, 2011, 11:29 PM
Cross-Cultural Solutions is a non-profit organization that addresses critical global issues by providing meaningful and sustainable volunteer service to communities abroad. The continuous, year-round service that CCS provides sustainable support for the communities where we work and creates meaningful cultural exchange; promotes education and childhood development; improves access to basic healthcare; encourages awareness of community needs; breaks down stigmas and stereotypes; and improves quality of life.A trusted member of the communities where we work, CCS brings together the expertise of community development leaders and the motivation of international volunteers to serve locally-led initiatives. With over 25,000 volunteers and a long history of positive impact, CCS is a leader in international volunteering that builds bridges across cultures and develops more informed and global citizens.
Volunteers enjoy the flexibility of choosing from 12 countries, start dates year-round and programs from 1-12 weeks long. CCS offers international volunteer programs in Brazil, China, Costa Rica, Ghana, Guatemala, India, Morocco, Peru, Russia, South Africa, Tanzania, and Thailand.
See volunteer blogs and pictures on the CCS Community at: ccscommunity.org
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