World Horizons International



Students choose from international locations in South America, as well as the domestic destinations in Utah, where they work in groups of eight to 12 with local residents to perform group community projects. At some locations, participants spend part of each day on an individual internship. In Utah, at Best Friends Animal Sanctuary, students work with domestic animals. Boys and girls assist with evening meal preparation on a rotating basis. Participants decide as a group which recreational activities they will pursue during weekends.

General Info

Name World Horizons International
Location Bethlehem, CT
Year-round Contacts 203-910-3836
Program Focuses & Features Adventure Travel, Community Service, Conservation, Hiking, Peace/Cross-cultural Studies, Photography, Social Services, Yoga
Grade Range (rising grades) 9-12
Age Range Residential — Coed Ages 14-18
Application Deadline Rolling
Director Stuart L. Rabinowitz, Director
Residential Fee $2650-3950 (+$300), 2-3 weeks.
Year Established 1987
Dates & Sessions June-Aug; 4 sessions, 2-4 weeks long


Stuart L. Rabinowitz, Director