Dec. 13, 2006 – For Immediate Release
SPRING BREAK 2007 – RESUME BUILDING MADE EASY
Denver, CO, December 4, 2006 – Attention students! How would you like to take a break from the cold and spend a week on the beach building your resume?
If you can imagine yourself working with sea turtles in Costa Rica, teaching English in Vietnam, or coaching soccer in Brazil, then i-to-i Meaningful Travel can make it happen.
Volunteers work on community development, conservation, teaching, building, media, healthcare and sports coaching projects. These can involve anything from caring for those affected by the AIDS pandemic in South Africa to clearing 25 miles of beach after the Asian tsunami.
“Finishing my placement was heartbreaking,” said Angie Lambert, an i-to-i youth center volunteer. “I totally say to anyone who is thinking of doing this, go for it. It is one of the most rewarding things you will ever do.”
Who goes on i-to-i adventures? College students who want to round out their resumes with an exceptional international experience that will set them apart.
The hardest part is choosing where to go. To get involved, visit www.meaningfultravel.com or call 1-800-985-5882.
Since 1994, i-to-i, with offices in the US, as well as the UK, Ireland and Australia, has been the award-winning leader in volunteer adventures and TEFL (teaching English as a foreign language) training. Each year, i-to-i sends approximately 5,000 volunteers to 500 projects in 23 countries and helps 15,000 people gain the certification necessary to teach English overseas. i-to-i volunteers contributed approximately one million hours of service last year.
For more information, please contact Amy Kaplan, i-to-i Public Relations Manager at (303) 991-5414 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Photos available upon request.
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