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Educate :: Inspire :: Change
World Camp’s international volunteer and service learning programs bridge the gap between service and adventure.
World Camp is dedicated to finding simple and sustainable solutions to the problems of poverty and disease. They do this through education and capacity-building initiatives in their partner communities. World Camp believes that when youths and their communities are equipped with knowledge and skills, they can shape their communities for the better.
Founded in 2000, World Camp has been organizing international service trips to Malawi, Africa since 2001. They specialize in crafting exciting, challenging, fun programs that blend service work with educational opportunities and travel adventure.
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World Camp volunteers immerse themselves in the lives of those communities that they serve and truly participate in collaborative development work. Over the past 12 years, more than 500 volunteers have gained life-long commitments to service; strengthened their multicultural understanding, built valuable leadership skills, and had the time of their lives!
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Emily Stallings: Managing Director
Emily first got her taste of international development in 2005 when she volunteered with World Camp in Malawi. After that, Emily knew she had found a way to marry her interests in travel, intercultural experiences, and a desire to dedicate her life to the greater good into a life’s work and career. In 2008, while pursuing her Master’s in International Development, Emily interned with World Camp in Honduras as a Program Coordinator. After graduation, she remained in Pittsburgh where she served as an Americorps member and was placed at Global Links, a nonprofit that repurposes useful medical supplies for hospitals in Latin America, as a Volunteer Coordinator. Most recently, Emily lived in New York and worked for an organization that supported the use of mobile phones for international development.