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WYSE Work and Volunteer Abroad is the leading global forum and trade association for all organisations involved in work abroad and volunteer programmes.

Who are our members?

Our members include organisations from the full spectrum within the industry:

  • Work abroad and volunteer organisations
  • Placement agencies and organisations offering placements
  • Governments and non-governmental organisations
  • Student and youth travel companies
  • Schools and universities
  • Training organisations
  • Language schools

To find a member, have a look at our member directory

Member benefits

We provide our members with the following benefits and services:

  • Unparalleled networking, trading, business, and marketing opportunities
  • Discounts for industry events
  • Market intelligence that identifies important trends for the industry
  • As a member you are eligible to showcase your logo on our website to promote your organisation
  • Guidelines of best practice – CURRENTLY BEING REVISED –
  • Advocacy projects that represent our members’ interests
  • Certificate of quality and use of the WYSE Work and Volunteer Abroad logo

Who can become a member?

To join our WYSE Work and Volunteer Abroad network, your organisation must meet the following criteria:

  • Be legally established for at least one year
  • Be financially solvent
  • Be licensed to conduct business as a work abroad or volunteer organisation where mandatory
  • Be able to share references supporting your membership application from existing members
  • Agree and commit to following our Code Of Conduct

Any new member will be accepted on a provisional basis. All new members are ratified by our members at our Annual General Meeting, which takes place during WYSTC.

To see which membership type applies to your organisation and to join WYSE Work and Volunteer Abroad, have a look at our how to join section.