Welcome Back To Africa (WBTA) is looking for creative and optimistic students who believe in empowering others especially young people. Your willingness to make a difference will strengthen our resolve to complete existing projects or support new initiatives.
Volunteering is very crucial to our work in bringing students together to work on projects that can have big impacts on our global community. WBTA is here to create a global network of students who will, through the sharing of experiences, goals and aspirations, work towards aiding the development of education in Africa.
Our mission is to help bridge the gap created by physical borders in order to maintain positive and fruitful relationships with other universities and other teaching institutions across the world.
In June 2016, we are looking to host an educational tour to Africa (Mozambique) in order to learn more about how WBTA’s project of building a library in Mozambique, the first of many in Africa, can be implemented. There will be annual trips to Africa where students involve themselves in activities which aim to build mutually and beneficial relationships. Such activities will enhance both their personal and academic development. We view ourselves as facilitators who assist in bringing these students together and creating opportunities for both individual growth and community based enrichment.
Through our various projects we aim to provide students in Africa with a gateway to the rest of the world to enable them to share their ideas and experiences. They will be able to draw from the experiences of volunteers and work towards a brighter future for themselves.
We believe that students, from all backgrounds, all countries and all walks of life have positive and unique qualities that they can share with others. WBTA aims to provide students with a platform to share their experience.
WBTA is looking for students who would like to make a positive impact on the global community.
We share our ideas, skills and experience towards aiding the development of education in Africa. If you are interested in being involved, then don’t hesitate to email firstname.lastname@example.org Educational Tour to Africa Launch