114 Volunteer Abroad Programs in China
International Volunteer HQ offers various volunteer programs in one of China’s oldest cities, Xi’an. Participants can receive a glimpse of 3100 years worth of cultural history while engaging in Childcare Work, English Teaching, or Panda Conservation.
Work closely with children and experience the rewarding feeling of sharing your time with local communities through Love Volunteers volunteer projects in China. A large number of volunteer placements are offered to participants from around the world, including Summer Camps, Childcare, and Sports.
GoEco offers volunteering programs in China. Participants can work with giant pandas at the Wolong Nature Reserve or join Chinese and international volunteers at the Beijing summer camp. Volunteers will have an unforgettable time with the country’s exquisite sites and cultural heritage.
Experience life in China by becoming a Connect-123 Shanghai volunteer! Placements in various fields are available, such as community service, health care, economic development, and education. Programs are open throughout the year and are available to participants aged 18 and above. Learn Mandarin and experience all China has to offer, all while giving back to the community!
Work with visually impaired and other handicapped children at an orphanage in Beijing on the IES Global Volunteer Program in China. The program, which runs from nine to twelve weeks, includes Mandarin Chinese classes, completion certificate, training in guiding children in various activities like gardening, organic farming, and playing musical instruments. Volunteers must be mature and sensitiv...
Experience life in China through Projects Abroad volunteer placements and gain fulfillment in helping others. International participants can stay in Chengdu or Shanghai for a couple of weeks and make a difference in the lives of children. This program offers a wide variety of placement options including Health Sciences, Sports, and Legal Aide.
Journey to China on a volunteer project with GeoVisions and teach a local family conversational English for at least 15 hours a week. Host families provide participants with a private room, three home-cooked meals each day, and learn English from their home. Participants get the chance to explore the culture of China through day-to-day activities with their families.
Spend two to four weeks lending a hand in China. This program, created by Gapforce, is set in the country's Guillin Region, considered one of China's most beautiful regions. Volunteers have the opportunity to assist at a Panda sanctuary, which serves as the dwelling for almost 30 percent of the world's remaining pandas.
Partake in a meaningful community project developed by Pacific Discovery. Participants have the chance to soak up the diverse Asian culture as they venture through China and other Southeast Asian countries for an entire semester. Volunteer programs include working with Orphans, Community Development, and Education. Typical participants are between the ages of 18 to 24.
Work with Pandas, learn Chinese, and explore the beautiful countryside and bustling cities of China.
Explore China and volunteer with The Intern Group. Participants can get involved in community development projects, care for the orphans, or teach sports. Placements are offered in Hong Kong and they are open to all nationalities.
Enjoy a meaningful trip to China and discover some of the nation's cultural sites and traditions. Volunteering Solutions program participants engage in community development projects in the city of Beijing. Volunteers may opt to work with disabled children, volunteer in a school, or assist in the operations of an orphanage.
Partake in volunteering programs offered by United Planet in China. International participants can immerse themselves in community service projects teaching nearly 150 students from rural areas. Placements are aimed at youth development, fostering leadership, and expanding understanding among people from around the world. In order to qualify, participants must be at least 16 years old.
Volunteer in China and gain a broader perspective of Chinese culture with Cultural Embrace by API. Participants have the chance to assist in an orphanage, join in protecting the future of the Giant Pandas, and partake in guided city tours, rock climbing, and other outdoor activities. In order to qualify, individuals must be at least 21 years old.
Explore the Terracotta Army, the Forbidden City, or the Great Wall of China while taking part in Frontier's volunteer programs in China. Placements are available in the cities of Yantai and Chengdu. Program fees include accommodation, meals, and organized excursions.