SQUADS ABROAD

  • About SQUADS ABROAD
    Welcome to the ENROLLMENT and DONATION pages for SQUADS ABROAD on the Empowered.org platform!

    Squads Abroad empowers student organizations around the world to improve health and educational outcomes. Our Squads model matches adult-led school groups with community driven sustainable initiatives. Each Squad chooses a defined focus area, volunteer partner organization, and an enrichment project that our groups contribute towards and complete during their trip. Our volunteers provide people-to-people educational support as well as the tangible accomplishment of a much needed small construction project. Squads stay at our safe and private home-base accommodations and are guided by our professional staff from the native country. Squad programs also include fun and engaging cultural activities which provide a deeper cultural context and understanding.

    Squads Abroad is a program of Global Brigades, a 501c3 international non-profit that uniquely implements a holistic model to meet community’s health and economic goals. Since 2004, Global Brigades has mobilized tens of thousands of students and professionals through skill-based programs that work in partnership with community members to improve the quality of life in under-resourced regions while respecting local culture.

    Squads Abroad 'Refund and Cancellations Policy' and 'Accident Waiver and Release Form' can be referenced and downloaded below under Organization Files.

    Please mail donation checks to:
    Squads Abroad
    P.O. Box 101875
    Pasadena, CA 91189-1875

    All other correspondence should be sent to:
    Squads Abroad
    1099 E Champlain Dr., Ste A176
    Fresno, CA 93720

    To join a Squad search for the group page and click "Volunteer with Us." To make an individual payment or group project donation click "Donate Now" on the corresponding Squad page.

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New Orleans Career Center (NOCC)

New Orleans Career Center (NOCC) is a chapter of Squads Abroad, a non-profit supporting sustainable development goals to improve health and education outcomes in partner communities abroad. As a Global Health Squad, our school works in under resourced communities abroad to increase access to healthcare services, deliver health workshops alongside local students, and builds water and sanitation infrastructure projects that help keep students healthy and attending school. Our group also examines the social determinants of public health in the community through visitations of local health organizations and guest speakers to be able to compare and contrast our health systems at home. Please consider joining our chapter to volunteer with us or donate directly to build more water and sanitation projects that our partner schools have requested.

1 Members of this chapter

Palm Springs High School - Health Corp

Palm Spring High School- Health Corp is a chapter of Squads Abroad, a non-profit supporting sustainable development goals to improve health and education outcomes in partner communities abroad. As a Global Health Squad, our school works in under resourced communities abroad to increase access to healthcare services, deliver health workshops alongside local students, and builds water and sanitation infrastructure projects that help keep students healthy and attending school. Our group also examines the social determinants of public health in the community through visitations of local health organizations and guest speakers to be able to compare and contrast our health systems at home. Please consider joining our chapter to volunteer with us or donate directly to build more water and sanitation projects that our partner schools have requested.

1 Members of this chapter

St. Dominic Academy

St. Dominic Academy is a chapter of Squads Abroad, a non-profit supporting sustainable development goals to improve health and education outcomes in partner communities abroad. As a Global Health Squad, our school works in under resourced communities abroad to increase access to healthcare services, deliver health workshops alongside local students, and builds water and sanitation infrastructure projects that help keep students healthy and attending school. Our group also examines the social determinants of public health in the community through visitations of local health organizations and guest speakers to be able to compare and contrast our health systems at home. Please consider joining our chapter to volunteer with us or donate directly to build more water and sanitation projects that our partner schools have requested.

1 Members of this chapter

Dragones Viajeros

Dragones Viajeros is a chapter of Squads Abroad, a non-profit supporting sustainable development goals to improve health and education outcomes in partner communities abroad.

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Ross S Sterling High School Key Club

The Ross S Sterling High School Key Club will be traveling to Guatemala from March 11-17, 2019. As a Global Health Squad the group will partner with an underserved school in the community of Tecpan to improve educational outcomes. The group will stay at our private and safe home-base accommodations in Tecpan where our local professional staff provide all transportation, food, lodging, and activities. The group will be matched with a local school where they will spend each weekday morning completing valuable small construction projects and classroom support. Each afternoon the group will enjoy guided cultural activities in the surrounding area. GROUP FLIGHT INFORMATION Mon, 11MAR19 UA1751 departs HOUSTON, TX (IAH -BUSH INTL) 9:40 AM, arrives GUATEMALA CITY, GUATEMALA (GUA) 11:35 AM Mon, 18MAR19 UA1901 departs GUATEMALA CITY, GUATEMALA (GUA) 6:00 AM, arrives HOUSTON, TX (IAH -BUSH INTL) 10:04 AM Steps to register for your trip at your webpage on Empowered: 1. Go to the webpage for your group and click on the button that says "Volunteer with Us" on your webpage. When registering on Empowered for the first time you will be directed to take the additional step of registering with Empowered first and you do so by clicking "Join Now" (lower right) on the green Empowered page. When registering with Empowered use the name of the person going on the trip and any email and password you choose. You will need to verify your enrollment in Empowered at the email address you provide. 2. Once you're registered and logged into Empowered (you can tell by looking to the far right side on the top red banner), go back to the same group page and click 'Volunteer with Us' again on the page. You will then be directed to the Participant Registration Form. You must fill out the "Participant Information Section" down to "Complete your Registration" and then scroll down to the bottom and click "Save". You can complete the rest of the information and forms at a later date by returning to your profile page (accessed via the tab on the blue bar on the top to the far right where it says "Hello, your name") and then go to "Initiatives" tab on your profile page and select "Edit Signup Form". 3. Once a volunteer is successfully registered on the trip you should see your profile appear on the group initiative page. In order to make a payment for an individual or the group contribution, you again go back to the group page and click "Donate Now". You will be directed to a screen that will prompt you to make a payment/donation to a specific volunteer or the group/general fund. Please note when making a payment you're given the option to waive credit card fees by unchecking the box after putting an amount.

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DeBakey HS Global Health Squad

The DeBakey HS Global Health Squad plans to travel to Guatemala from July 2-8, 2018. As a Global Health Squad the group will partner with a local elementary school to resolve public health challenges and complete much needed small construction projects that support healthcare. The group will stay at our private and safe home-base accommodations in Tecpan where our local professional staff provide all transportation, food, lodging, and activities. The group will be matched with a local school where they will spend each weekday morning completing valuable small construction projects and classroom support. Each afternoon the group will embark on fun and engaging guided cultural and adventure activities around Tecpan.

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Anchorage Biomedical Group

The Anchorage High School- Global Health Squad is traveling to India from May 31-June 16, 2018. The group is led by AHS teachers Kaity Williamson and Vani Pallai. The group will stay at our private and safe home-base accommodations Dharamsala where our local professional staff provide all transportation, food, lodging, and activities. The group will be matched with a local school, daycare, or orphanage where they will spend each weekday morning completing valuable small construction projects and staff support. Each afternoon the group will embark on fun and engaging guided cultural and adventure activities in the area. On the weekends the group will travel to Taj Mahal and the Golden Triangle on the first weekend and Amritsar and the Golden Temple on the following weekend. GROUP AIRFARE INFORMATION: Thursday, May 31: DL #346 departs Anchorage Intl 9:25 AM, arrive Seattle 1:46PM DL #144 departs Seattle 5:45PM, arrive Schiphol 12:45PM, Jun 1 Friday, June 01: KL #871 departs Schiphol 2:25 PM, arrives Indira Gandhi Intl 1:45AM, Jun 2 Tues, June 5: Depart Delhi (DEL) 2:30 PM, arrive Dharamsala (DHM) 3:40 PM Friday, June 15: Depart Dharamsala (DHM) 4:00 PM, arrive Delhi (DEL) 5:40 PM Saturday, June 16: KL #872 depart Indira Gandhi Intl 3:45 AM, arrive Schiphol 8:35 AM DL #143 depart Schiphol 10:05 AM, arrive Seattle Tacoma 11:24 AM DL #2866 depart Seattle Tacoma 6:55 PM arrive Anchorage Intl 9:25 PM

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International Community School

About The International Community School is traveling to Costa Rica from May 20-26, 2018. The group is led by Spanish teachers Nadia Miranda and Cameron Brandy. The group will stay at our private and safe home-base accommodations Cartago where our local professional staff provide all transportation, food, lodging, and activities. The group will be matched with a local school where they will spend each weekday morning completing valuable small construction projects and staff support. Each afternoon the group will embark on fun and engaging guided cultural and adventure activities around Cartago. On the weekend the group will take an overnight excursion to to the most well-known cloud forest in the world for its biodiversity, conservation efforts, and scientific research. Enjoy a guided nature walk through the park to experience this unique ecosystem and explore the rainforest canopy further with an exhilarating Skytrek adventure, a extensive system of suspension bridges and zip lines through the canopy. See attached flyer below for more trip details and pricing. Click "Volunteer with us" below to join this group!

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Washington International School

Washington International School group will be traveling to Morocco from March 24-April 3, 2019. As a Global Health Squad the group will be volunteering in the community of Azrou, located in the picturesque Middle Atlas Mountains. They will be staying at our private and safe home base accommodations where our local and professional staff provide all transportation, food, lodging, and activities. As a Global Health Squad, they will be partnered with a local school to provide volunteer support and healthcare workshops. As well as working in the classroom, they will also help complete infrastructure enrichment projects such as wash stations, educational murals, or school gardens. Each afternoon will be filled with cultural activities like: cooking lessons, lectures on Islam, and excursions to the oldest cedar forest in Morocco.

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Collierville Schools

The Collierville School is traveling to Costa Rica from June 9-16, 2018. The group is led by CHS teacher Lesley Coleman. The group will stay at our private and safe home-base accommodations Cartago where our local professional staff provide all transportation, food, lodging, and activities. The group will be matched with a local school where they will spend each weekday morning completing valuable small construction projects and staff support. Each afternoon the group will embark on fun and engaging guided cultural and adventure activities around Cartago. GROUP FLIGHT: Jun 9, 2018 Delta Flight 1563, departs Memphis MEM 7:55 AM, arrives Atlanta ATL 10:14 AM Delta Flight 325, departs Atlanta ATL 5:50 PM, arrives San José SJO 7:45 PM June 16, 2018 Delta Flight 895, departs San José SJO 2:26 PM, arrives Atlanta ATL 8:30 PM Delta Flight 1329 departs Atlanta ATL 10:32 PM, arrives Memphis MEM 10:55 PM

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