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Our Virtual Impact Program connects volunteers from across the globe with students throughout Latin America, who attend our after-school Virtual English Academy free of charge. Together, volunteers and students bridge cultures digitally and inspire and empower each other to reach their potential.

Outreach360 is a grassroots volunteer organization. Volunteers are at the heart of our organization, which is why we strive to make it easy to get involved and start making a difference immediately! Serve Outreach360 Virtual English Academy students from across Latin America! As a virtual volunteer, you'll be supported 100% of the way. We'll provide you with orientation and training, curriculum and materials, and guidance to maximize your impact. We have opportunities for teenagers, young adults, and professionals to volunteer in different roles in our Virtual English Academy.


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Yes, I recommend this program

Word's can't even begin to describe what I experienced for just the short time of 1 week I was in Monte Cristi (Dominican) with my college team. This experience changed me. I went there thinking I could make an impact on children's lives, but when I came back, I was changed by them. I went during their "Only English Week" which was teaching the children in the morning at a public school, in only english, then going to the learning centre in the afternoon and teaching english again. These kids are so eager to learn, and although it was hard at first for some of them, when they finally understood and learned to say something in English their faces lit up. It was very emotional. This trip gave meaning to my life, and let me grow new friendships with other volunteers. I went into this knowing no one on my team, and came out of this with new friends, a new outlook and mindset, and I'm so grateful for Outreach 360 and the kids there. I'm definitely going to be going back soon.

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Alumni Interviews

These are in-depth Q&A sessions with verified alumni.

Evangeline Rossi

Evangeline Rossi is a 20 year old college student who attends Humber College in Toronto, Canada. She enjoys spending time with friends, volunteering her time and traveling.

Why did you decide to volunteer with Outreach 360 in the Dominican Republic?

I decided to volunteer with Outreach360 in the Dominican because volunteering aboard was always something I knew I wanted to do. The company and organization was non-profit which I liked and the leaders and everyone involved have such huge hearts. Everything was very legit and well organized.

Describe your day to day activities as a volunteer.

My day to day activities consisted of waking up at 6 am everyday, having breakfast, going to the public school to teach two classes, playing with the kids at recess and then going back to our place for lunch with the other volunteers. In the afternoon we taught at a learning center, which had smaller classes, and played with the kids at recess.

Then, we came back and had dinner. Spent the rest of the night making lesson plans for the next day of school and going to the park or around the area to hang out with kids and enjoy time with the locals.

What made this experience unique and special?

What made my volunteer experience unique and special were the kids and the people. Everyone was so humble. I loved growing closer to my team as well as other volunteers from other schools. I loved having one-on-one time with the kids and teaching them.

How has this experience impacted your future?

This has impacted my future by making me wanting to pursue volunteer work whether it is overseas or local. I've always had a big heart for others and always wanted to have the aboard experience. I'm definitely going to go back this summer or next year.