Where in the world you can go!
Fancy learning more about volunteering overseas with Lattitude or would like to meet the team behind it all?
Come along to one of our monthly Open Evenings, held on the last Thursday of every month, 5-7pm, at our Reading Office (42 Queens, Reading, Berkshire, RG1 4BB).
31st July 2014
28th August 2014
25th September 2014
30th October 2014
27th November 2014
It’s A-Level results time, when you find out if you’ve got the grades to go onto the course of your choice. Unfortunately, it doesn’t always work out as you imagined, but not to worry, like with the UCAS clearing system Lattitude has volunteering options available to students, which could be ideal substitutes for their intended course, i.e. if you wanted to study Spanish, one of our 4-5 months placements in Argentina or Ecuador might be an ideal alternative, giving unique added value through cultural immersion unavailable from a university degree.
See what kind of placements are available here.
21/08/2014 > Teaching and football in Abrobiano!
18/08/2014 > Hannah’s Blog post
> This week has been very exciting with the visit to Abrobiano during the weekend. During the weekend, we had a football match between the cape-coast volunteers and the abrobiano volunteers which was very exciting. It was a football match for the ladies and the men ,in which the men won by three goals to nill and the ladies were down by one goal to nill. I thought that, it should be a one-one goal for the ladies but the referee being bias he did not accept the which was to draw the game, and with the guys game Oliver scored the first goal which was very fantastic. Afterwards Lukman gave out the last and the wining goal. The next day on our way back to cape-coast we visited the Elmina castle, which we all had fun but unfortunately Frank didn’t take his ID card along. BY GIFTY ANNOR DANSO
15/08/2014 > How Volunteering Helps: Emma Sutton, Fiji
11/08/2014 > ICS in Abrobiano!
10/08/2014 > Woche Zwei und Drei
08/08/2014 > Cape Coast Blog Post by Fergus