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Due to global health & safety concerns and travel restrictions related to the coronavirus, MovingWorlds has decided to offer flexible booking options for some of their upcoming programs. Learn more about COVID-19 updates to stay tuned regarding program information.

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If you’re ready to take the next step in your career, Experteering your design skills across the world might be exactly what you need! When you take your expertise abroad, you expose yourself to life-changing projects that make an impactful difference, while making yourself more employable along the way.

When you become a member at MovingWorlds, you can browse our existing projects or request time with our matching team that can help you, 1-on-1, find and plan a new Experteering project.

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Yes, I recommend this program

Great program; real impact

I was looking to travel somewhere new, but also volunteer where I could be impactful. MovingWorlds connected me with an organization in Guatemala that was looking for my unique skillset, (visual design, UX design, user research, and retail experience,) and it was a great match. I helped them redesign their website from the ground up and also helped lead a small team of volunteers to execute our vision. I worked for them in person for a week and remotely for 8 months. Everyone was really friendly and great to work with, and the area was beautiful. I was really glad to not only have a wonderful adventure, but also walk away with experience and a portfolio piece that will help me in my career.

What would you improve about this program?
I wish I had more time to spend there in person instead of only being there a week. I in total volunteered for them for 8 months, but only was able to stay a week in person because of work obligations.