1 – 2 Weeks
3rd – 9th
10th – 16th
17th – 23rd
24th – 30th
March 31st – April 6th
7th – 13th
14th – 20th
21st – 27th
23rd – July 6th
7th – 20th
2 1s – August 3
4th – 17th
18th – 31st
1 Week Trips – 20 hours
2 Week Trips – 40 hours
Our accommodation is Barnett’s homestay, where you will stay with Jomo Barnett (the owner of Jamaica International Projects) and his family. You will stay in dorm rooms on bunk beds, with air conditioning, free wifi, cable television, and hot water.
Our food is second to none, and at Jamaica International Projects we pride ourselves on providing our clients with a wide range of delicious food, consisting of both local and international dishes. We cater to all diets and dietary restrictions, such as gluten allergies, hypertension, diabetes, vegans and more. You will never go hungry or thirsty on our teenage volunteer abroad projects.
Each day your housing will be cleaned, to ensure your surroundings are always clean. This includes having your beds made, bathrooms, dorm rooms and common areas cleaned daily.
NB: All prices below are quoted in USD and are based per person
1 Person – $150
Childcare – $1,815
Building – $2,065
Medical – $2,065
Human Rights – $1,815
Conservation – $2,065
Childcare – $2,325
Building – $2,525
Medical – $2,525
Human Rights – $2,325
Conservation – $2,525
The prices listed above for our teen volunteer abroad programs are all-inclusive and cover accommodation, 3 meals per day, all transportation, and all tours and excursion entry fees. Some packages have add-ons during checkout that you can purchase to enhance your trip.
This is a sample 1 week itinerary for our teen volunteer abroad programs
Fly into Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston (KIN). We will meet you with a sign saying Jamaica International Projects and transfer you to your accommodation where you will check in and meet the other members of your trip. Get your welcome dinner, orientation and settle in.
Start your teenage volunteer abroad by visiting children home in Kingston. Meet the children, tour the property and begin your volunteer duties. Do painting, landscaping, repair swing sets or do other projects around the property.
Day 2 of your volunteer work, you will take part in arranging and organizing a game of bonding and recreation with the children at the orphanage, such as a sports day, talent show, games day, tournament or other fun activities.
On the final day of your volunteer project hand out any donations you brought along to the children, take part in a fun farewell lunch with the children and spend the remainder of the day playing with them.
Take part of a group cultural outing where you will learn more about Jamaica. Go to the blue mountain to visit a coffee plantation, go to Bob Marley Museum to learn about his life, and stop at Devon House for a tour of the historic mansion and enjoy Jamaica’s number 1 ice cream.
Go to Dolphin Cove in Ocho Rios to swim with dolphins and sharks, go kayaking, tour their animal farm and more. Afterward, head to Green Grotto Cave to safely explore the natural limestone cave. Have your farewell group dinner and receive your certificates.
Depart Jamaica having successfully completed your teenage volunteer abroad programs and having met many new friends along the way.
WONDERFUL EXPERIENCE. This was a life changing experience. The children were so great. They gave me and taught me so much more than I gave them. This was one of the most satisfying trips I’ve ever done. Jomo, his mother and Dwayne were great hosts and caretakers. Jamaica and its people will forever be in my heart.
Unforgettable experience! All of you should try it. It was only my first-time volunteering and I’d love to do it again through the same Jamaica International Projects.