Volunteers in Asia Internship Profile
For the past 45 years, Volunteers in Asia (VIA) has sponsored programs that help bridge the gap between Asia and the United States. VIA first started at Stanford University, where students spent the summer assisting with various Asian programs. The project was successful and more students joined. During the Vietnam War, the program grew substantially, expanding to national recruitment. VIA now sends about 40 volunteers to Asia and brings about 250 Asian students to the United States annually.
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