Topic: Service

  • Discovering One for One with TOMS Shoes

    TOMS is an internationally known company. Best known for its shoes, the company also sells eyewear, coffee and bags, promising to help a person in need through its One for […]

  • A Day Of Laughter In Twante

    While visiting Burma (Myanmar) students signed up to participate in a one-day, impact field program that would visit the Phayangyi Mingular Monastery, an orphanage school located in the Twante Town­ship, […]

  • Making a Global Impact

    With over fourteen different countries under their belts and a wealth of knowledge, students are constantly thinking about where to take their journey from here. Some have started to ponder new […]

  • Inside a Favela

    Favelas are impoverished and close-knit communities that are often referred to as the slums of Brazil. They are a big part of the country’s culture and the city of Rio […]

  • Stories from the Streets of Barcelona

    An NGO working with homeless adults, the Arrels Foundation opens its doors to people living on the streets who are struggling with a myriad of issues. They are a volunteer […]

  • Serving the U.S. in Morocco

    “A unique country that is essentially its own civilization,” a description of Morocco provided by the United States Deputy Chief of Mission Matthew Lussenhop of his current post. He joined […]

  • FA14 Impact at Salarte
  • From Portugal to Nigeria: Giving Back Hope

    Meet Adam Odomore from Texas State University. Adam is an IMPACT Scholar studying on the Fall 2014 voyage in search of something more than just a voyage around the Atlantic […]

  • Inspired to Serve at Omaha Beach

    Meet Ryan Frazier, a student at the University of Colorado Boulder. Ryan is also a student on the Fall 2014 voyage and currently an officer candidate for the United States […]

  • NGO Peace Village: Small People, Big Impact

    Whenever children from developing nations are brought into more established countries, empathetic individuals want to jump in and help. But consider what version of “help” is best for them. Questions […]

  • The Stony Shores of the Emerald Isle: West of Ireland Field Program

    Semester at Sea field programs are an excellent opportunity for students to let someone else do the travel planning. The organization and care that goes into these trips is top […]

  • Volunteering at Basondo, an Animal Sanctuary

    Basondo, otherwise known as the Xabier Maiztegi Wildlife Foundation, is located on a windy road above Kortezubi, Spain. The animal sanctuary rehabilitates and cares for many local species, as well […]

  • IMPACT Scholars Reflect on Their Voyage

    As IMPACT Service Scholars, we have seen the power of service within the Semester at Sea community. A sense of commitment to others is evident on the voyage, and the […]

  • Ghana & TOMS: An Opportunity to Give Back

    While on a Semester at Sea field program voyagers had an opportunity to get a rich taste of Ghanian culture and traditions. In addition to traveling to the cities of […]

  • Creating a Refuge from Child Slavery in Ghana

    About an hour north of Ghana’s capital, down a meandering red dirt road which cuts through thick green vegetation, lies the City of Refuge Ministries (CORM), the dream-turned-reality of Johnbull […]


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