Connecting People with Projects

International Internships and Volunteer Opportunities

Who are we?

Global Nomadic empowers positive change by connecting people with projects

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.

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We provide access to vetted, worthwhile international internships in a wide range of professional fields.

By enabling young professionals to gain experience and further their career through international work placements, we are able to support NGOs around the world to carry out their community-building work.

Global Nomadic is a trusted community marketplace connecting people with NGO projects around the world.

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 and courses 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

Our platform is built with simplicity in mind. Follow the 5 steps listed below to find your perfect project, ask questions, fill in an application and confirm your place. We offer additional support to help you from start to finish.

Find Your Project
Ask a Question
Fill in an Application
Confirm Place
Get Ready

Reports from the Field

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Ashley Houston – Veterinary Internship on Rarotonga, Cook Islands

A dog came in today with fish poisoning. When dogs eat fish that come off the reef, they lose weight very rapidly and lose muscular function…..

Journalism Internship
Dashiell Young-Saver – Interviewing the President of Mongolia

I really enjoyed my time in Mongolia, I got to do everything: from sleeping in a ger like the old (and still current in some areas) times, to interviewing the President….

Nora Sinokki Human rights internship in Tanzania
Nora Sinokki – My experience on the Human Rights internship in Tanzania

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…

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