At the Cagliero project we are passionate about service to and solidarity with young people. Through the Cagliero Project, Australians have opportunity to devote six to twelves months, working with young people in a Salesian community overseas
Working together with our placement communities, we aim to utilise the skills and talents of our volunteers in order to provide the best possible contribution to the host community and engage in an experience of mutual learning.
Following being accepting through our application processes, you can expect:
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The ability to speak and read English is a huge advantage to young people in finding work in Cambodia.
Young women living away from their homes and families need positive mentors and carers.
Using your trade skills in Samoa is a practical way to make a contribution to a community in need.
Supporting and caring for vulnerable youth at risk is a key part of working in Zambia.
Choosing a volunteer program is one of the most important decisions you will make. Here are some of the key philosophies and core requirements that are necessary for Cagliero volunteers.Read More
Our process to be accepted as a Cagliero volunteer consists of an application and interview. To start the process a formal enquiry can be made through the website.Enquire Here
Formation is central to the success of a volunteer in their placement and an important part of the preparation of a Cagliero volunteer. Volunteers are offered a series of formation opportunities.Read More
The Cagliero Project offers an annual short-term Immersion experience. The focus is to learn about another culture and gain an understanding about developing countries.
The 2020 immersion will travel to Samoa in the beautiful south pacific. The immersion gives you and opportunity to learn about the Samoan culture and to participate in local life.
St. John Bosco, affectionately known as Don Bosco, is the founder of the Salesians of Don Bosco.
Don Bosco spent his life working for disadvantaged young people.
The Cagliero Project is named after John Cagliero, the first missionary sent by Don Bosco to Patagonia in 1875.