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25 Volunteer Abroad Programs in Iceland
Volunteer on the mountainous island of Iceland and delve into an interesting culture. Created by United Planet, this volunteer program allows participants to indulge in diverse cultural opportunities while engaging in community service projects with Women, Youth, and Childcare.
Take part in the volunteering, charity, and youth initiatives carried out by CADIP in Iceland. The wide range of placement options ensure that individuals with varying interests can find the right program for their specific needs. CADIP promotes civil involvement through activities focused on serving others, supporting civil development, strengthening communities, and building social ties.
Join Worldwide Friends Iceland for a volunteer abroad program in Reykjavik, Iceland. Volunteers can get involved in a wide array of cultural, nature-oriented, and environmental protection projects. The program lasts from three to six months with flexible start and end dates, and is open to worldwide volunteers who are 22 to 40 years old.
Work in a Marketing and Sales role with Bus Hostel in Iceland. They are looking for a marketing guru who can operate within Sales and Customer Service. The successful candidate will be doing tasks related to Content and Social Media Marketing, and will be living in Reykjavik for three to six months.
Volunteer with Working Abroad Projects for as short as one week or as long as two months. International volunteers can gain fulfilling experiences in the city of Skaftafell through various volunteering activities. Activities are related to Biological Research, Trail Building, Wildlife Surveying, and more. These programs require volunteers to be interested in hiking, working in remote areas, and...
Experience Iceland through a Volunteer Abroad program with Dog Sledding Iceland. Volunteers can spend three months to one year taking part in a variety of activities such as training dog sledding teams, taking care of the dogs' health, and building sleds. The program is available all year round, located in rural areas, and is open to those with experience in tourism or with wild dogs.
Engage in a service learning experience in Iceland with Umhverfisstofnun. Participants can spend the Christmas holiday learning Arabic. The course can accommodate both beginner and advanced level students.
Participate in international work camps hosted by SEEDS. These short-term voluntary service projects focus on cultural issues and environmental conservation. Environmentally oriented projects include ecological research, coastal clean ups, renovating community buildings, and much more.