Empowering Positive Change
Connecting People with Projects
Global Nomadic is a trusted community marketplace connecting people with NGO projects around the world
We believe real change can happen when people find life-enhancing opportunities. By empowering people to travel & explore the world, they gain new skills, developing themselves whilst making a real contribution.
Are you ready?
Global Nomadic provides access to worthwhile international internships in a wide range of professional fields.
We offer international internships, TEFL courses and volunteer abroad placements. Since our start in 2009, we have sent 1,000+ interns, volunteers and TEFL teachers on projects in 40+ countries. Whether it’s Human Rights & Social Sustainability, Environmental Conservation or Wildlife Rehabilitation, we partner with organisations making a real difference in their field.
How it works
The Global Nomadic platform is designed to make things as simple as possible to find, enquire and apply to any of our projects – in 5 easy steps.
Using our intuitive platform, we will guide you through every phase of your journey, from planning to setting up interviews, choosing the right placement, packing the right gear, booking the right flight all the way to coming home and your final evaluation. You can find more answers on our Frequently Asked Questions page.
Reports from the Field
“I consulted today for a dog that had a growth on its hind leg. Chris suspects it’s a benign tumor and I’ve scheduled it for removal on Saturday. I’m learning really fast to be efficient in filling out forms and completing reception work…”
“I recommend Global Nomadic’s NGO Communications internship opportunity in Buenos Aires for the open-minded travellers interested in community development… Thanks to the program, I returned home with a vast portfolio of published work and a meaningful experience that will stay with me forever…”
“Today I spent the morning at Arusha High Court. That made me realise that it’s probably time to write a little bit about work – after all, that is the main reason for me being in Tanzania…”