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  1. ISV will only be conducting programs for this coming summer, 2018 in the Dominican Republic. We are excited to announce that we have started a new Dominican Republic, Baseball initiative entitled: Global Students Volunteer (GSV) - Dominican Republic. Our purpose is to assist the children in the impoverished villages of the DR with education, infrastructure building and recreation to improve their living standards in the name of Baseball.

Dominican Republic

Be rewarded with smiles and laughter as you help to improve the quality of life for children and families of this Caribbean paradise.


  • ISV offers the most amazing life-changing experiences. The program opens your mind to so many new things and allows you to learn so much. From culture to environment to people. Volunteering should be experienced by everyone at least once in their lives. I have enjoyed it so much and have learnt more than I imagined I would.

    Syaan Ravinet Western Australia University Australia

  • ISV has provided me with the opportunity to not only travel but experience the culture and amazing places and even greater people. Has changed my life for the better!

    Georgie-Rae Lorenzi Canberra University Australia

  • The overall program experience for me was breathtaking. Words do not easily explain this amazing opportunity to explore South Africa's culture, environment and every day life. I would highly recommend it to anyone willing to explore their world, meet new people and have an absolutely amazing time, to venture into the ISV experience.

    Phoebe Godfrey La Trobe University Australia

  • An adventure of a lifetime. It was a rewarding experience and I wouldn't trade it for anything else in the world.

    Xin Hui Isabelle Seah Murdoch University Australia

  • This project is excellent in terms of gaining experience in observing and becoming involved in some wildlife and conservation procedures as well as learning a great deal in terms of the lectures they provide about wildlife management and conservation.

    Dinithi Hapukotuwa Sydney University Australia