SIEM REAP, CAMBODIA

DATES

Dec 15-23rd, 2017

Mar 24-Apr 1st, 2018

Jun 14-Jun 22nd, 2018

DAYS

9

DEPARTURE CITY

Los Angeles, CA

COST

$1350

Project Details

We currently work with The CPR Hero Training Center, LLC to provide life-saving instruction, public health education and primary care to underserved and under resourced communities in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Volunteers will discover personal growth, develop leadership skills through direct learning and teaching opportunities, and gain hands-on skills in a culturally immersive environment.

Sample Itinerary

Cambodia volunteer program itinerary

Cost Details

BLS certification, lodging, transportation, and all meals at lodging during the duration of the trip are included in the $1350 program fee cost. 

PROGRAM FEE IS NON-REFUNDABLE. NO REFUNDS WILL BE MADE 1-MONTH PRIOR TO DATE OF TRIP. 

*What is not included?

  1. Flights (estimated airfare: ~$850)
  2. Travel Insurance (required, ~$50)
  3. Visa (required, ~$30)
  4. Vaccinations
  5. Local travel
  6. Leisure activities
  7. Personal purchases

Requirements

  1. Proof of CPR, first aid, and AED certification within 2-months of orientation
  2. Attendance of mandatory orientation and CPR, first aid, and AED instructor training (done online and one-month prior to departure)
  3. Proof of valid travel insurance
  4. Proof of valid passport

Important Deadlines

DATES: DEC 15-23, 2017

PRIORITY DEADLINE:

AUG 15TH, 2017

FINAL APPLICATION DEADLINE:

SEPT 1ST, 2017

ACCEPTANCE NOTIFICATION:

SEPT 15TH, 2017

COMMITMENT FORMS & FINAL PAYMENT DUE:

OCT 15TH, 2017

DATES: MAR 23-APR 1, 2018

PRIORITY DEADLINE:

NOV 24TH, 2017

FINAL APPLICATION DEADLINE:

DEC 1ST, 2017

ACCEPTANCE NOTIFICATION:

DEC 23RD, 2017

COMMITMENT FORMS & FINAL PAYMENT DUE:

JAN 23RD, 2018

DATES: JUN 14-22nd, 2018

PRIORITY DEADLINE:

FEB 14TH, 2018

FINAL APPLICATION DEADLINE:

MAR 1ST, 2018

ACCEPTANCE NOTIFICATION:

MAR 14TH, 2018

COMMITMENT FORMS & FINAL PAYMENT DUE:

APR 14TH, 2018

“This trip allowed me to understand healthcare from a different point of view. From this trip, I understood preventative medicine can start with basic first aid care. Most importantly, preventing long term health problems start with educating others.”

– Theresa Ban, UCI (Summer and Winter Session 2016)