How has your Brigade experience enriched your life? Last year alone, over 6,000 volunteers participated in a Brigade to Honduras, Panama, or Ghana. We have heard countless stories form our volunteers about how their experiences abroad have impacted their lives, such as choosing to live more sustainably, deciding to pursue careers in international development, influencing their course of studies, to simply becoming more globally minded citizens.
We are proud to highlight some of the amazing stories of volunteers that have returned from a Brigade with a new awareness and dedication to making a socially conscious impact in the world. Check out the testimonials in the GB blogfrom volunteers like yourself, and if you would like to submit your own story please email email@example.com.
We are also thrilled to recommend a brand new E-Book, “Be Multinational”, by author Jeff Bochsler. The book is available for FREE for a limited time when registering here http://www.BeMultinational.com and contains stories from around the world from people that have lived, worked, and traveled outside of their home country. We are sure these stories will provide you with further inspiration for your next adventure overseas!
From the author:
Multinational is defined as “of or pertaining to more than two nations.” Businesses have long been operating this way, connecting information and resources from different nations to comprise an end product or service. The next step in humanity’s evolution is for individuals to become multinational citizens, equipped to solve the really difficult global challenges before us.
This book highlights 22 stories of everyday citizens. Their stories of courage, strength, creativity and growth remind us all that venturing abroad is not a step back but a large step forward in our career, academic and life pursuits. Whether you’ve spent long stints abroad or never before, this book is sure to enliven a multinational spirit within you, knock down those barriers holding you back from booking your next ticket, and have you wondering why it took so long.