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Hello Alumni

We want you back!  



We know how life-changing your first volunteer adventure can be, and how itchy your feet can get to do it again after you return home. We've designed several ways to support you in your new-found passion for international travel, teaching, and service.

 

 

Upon successful completion of an Impact China project you will be eligible for our special alumni programs:

             

     Go Again.

 

  • Because China is even more awesome the second time around. 

  • Alumni are a valuable asset and role model for new volunteers.

  • Return volunteers pay last year's price for all future trips! 

  • Sign up with a friend or spouse receive a discount (for both of you!). Alumni who recruit a group receive even deeper discounts. 

  • Choose to return to your past camp location, or experience someplace new, it's your call. 

            

     Be an Ambassador.

 

  • You talk about your Impact China experience all the time anyway - why not get paid for it?

  • Ambassadors recieve a small stipend and generous credit towards future trips. 

  • It's a fun, flexible way to stay part of the Impact Team. Be involved as little or as much as you want.

  • Attend local events, put up posters, distribute flyers, write a testimonial, and talk us up to your friends. 

  • Help us share the Impact Exchanges experience with more people, as we strive to touch more lives and enlarge our IMPACT! 

          

        Work for Us.

 

  • Impact Exchanges is growing! If you are passionate about international education, cross-cultural exchange and service, are self-driven and can work in a start-up environment, let us hear from you.

  • We are considering applications for Team Leaders for future trips. If you think you have what it takes, apply here. Send us an email at info@impactexchanges.com for more information on becoming a Team Leader.

 


"The US-China relationship is the most important relationship of the 21st century. We must ensure that our next generation of leaders – including the students – have the skills to compete, collaborate and succeed in a global economy; this means understanding China."
- Carola McGiffert, President of the
100,000 Strong Foundation