Sometimes people take a month or more to go somewhere else and ponder new
directions while engaged in good service and having an adventure as well.
Participants can also arrange to get academic credit for the learning
experiences they have here and yes, families can volunteer too.
Previous interns and volunteers have put windows in cabin bathrooms, designed
and taught environmental education classes, identified flora and fauna, maintained
trails at the local national park and even doctored for several months.
We'll work hard to match your skills and interests with the needs of Jaguar
Creek, its Armenia Development Center
and with the surrounding area and its various organizations so that the
experience will benefit you and the people or organization you work with.
If you want to try something very different and learn new skills that is
possible as well.