Volunteer Activity Description
Join us in our efforts this fall in Keyna!
Kenya, the top travel destination in East Africa, sits squarely on the Equator and offers some of Africa’s best-known natural landmarks: snow-covered Mount Kenya, Lake Victoria and the Great Rift Valley. What Kenya is best known for, however, are the savanna grasslands of the Masai Mara National Reserve. It is here that visitors on safari drives can see Africa’s “Big Five” -- lion, leopard, buffalo, elephant, and rhinoceros.
Students should have a satisfactory level of physical fitness in order to participate in manual labor and other physical activities, such as hiking and swimming.
Students and parents are required to complete all required World Leadership School forms, including the Application, Acknowledgment and Assumption of Risks, Indemnity Agreement, and the Medical Form. As part of the application, students must respond to a detailed questionnaire expressing their reasons for wanting to go on the trip.
Students should remain flexible to changing circumstances, delays and other hurdles that are common in Kenya. The specifics of volunteer work will be decided according to the needs of the community or organization shortly.
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