International Service Projects

Round Square International Service (RSIS) projects are opportunities for students and adults from Round Square schools to come together from across the globe and to take part in something amazing. Participation in a Round Square International Service Projects is a great way for young adults to learn about global citizenship, community engagement, develop a deeper understanding of the world’s problems and experience a new culture. Packed with challenging adventure and cultural awareness opportunities, the project programmes are designed to ensure that students have an exciting, experiential and holistic learning experience that is second-to-none.

Each year Round Square host two unique service projects for 50 students from Round Square Schools. The projects take place every year in July and December and run (on average) for two weeks.

Students work together with a rural community in need to build a vital piece of infrastructure. In the past this has been classrooms, accommodation for teachers, bridges and clean water systems.

Upcoming projects

RSIS Big Build Sri Lanka

8th - 21st December 2018 Limited places available: Students on this RSIS Big Build Project will be supporting the construction of facilities for the local community, which will be used to educate them about elephant behaviour.

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RSIS Environmental Project Sri Lanka

8th - 21st December 2018 5 more places added!: This environmental project will contribute towards Project Orange, an award winning conservation programme.

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RSIS Big Build Morocco

6th – 19th July 2019 New!: Students on this project will help build permanent pathway from the mountain road to Tacheddirt village and construct new educational facility.

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RSIS Big Build Project in Borneo

7th – 20th December 2019 New!: The Round Square Project team will renovate the extremely dilapidated buildings within Tambunan Orphanage, which cares for 75 children who have lost their parents, whose parents cannot care for them or have been abandoned.

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