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  • Community Center - Villa Constitucion, Santa Fe Province | Argentina

    Engranajes is a non-profit organization that works daily to improve human rights, paying specific attention to children's rights. The mission of the organization is to better the lives of the working class and to support and defend the diginty of the children and the underserved populations. Interns at this site will gain hands-on experience with children and work to develop activities and recreation.

  • Rosario City Hall - International Affairs Office - Rosario | Argentina

    The Office of International Affairs was founded in 1992 with the goal to become more involved internationally and to develop an internationalization strategy for the city of Rosario. It had become apparent that many of the universities, unions, non-governmental organizations and organizations of the region had international dimensions and relationships. Interns will learn about Argentine government and politics first hand. Not available during January.

  • Teaching in Rosario - Rosario | Argentina

    Gain teaching experience as an aide in English language classrooms at a private school in Rosario, Argentina (grades K-7). Working at a high school also possible. Homestay possible. Available spring, summer and fall terms.

  • Movimiento Pró-Criança and Students Helping Street Kids International (SHSKI) - Recife | Brazil

    Teach English to impoverished children in Recife, Brazil and learn about Brazilian culture and language. No knowledge of Portuguese required, but it is helpful to have strong Spanish or Italian skills to facilitate language learning.

  • Rio EnCantos Tours - Rio de Janeiro | Brazil

    NEW SITE! Intern with Rio EnCantos Tours, an emerging tour company that seeks to provide tours of Rio de Janeiro that go beyond the main touristic routes, offering visitors the chance to explore the city's wonders along with the local Cariocas lifestyle.

  • American Chamber of Commerce (Amcham) - Chile - Santiago | Chile

    The Chilean American Chamber of Commerce is an independent, non-profit organization representing, promoting and developing U.S. business in Chile and fostering trade between the two countries. Interns will work within the Research Department on a variety of projects.

  • CODEFF - Comité Nacional Pro Defensa de la Fauna y Flora - Concepcion | Chile

    CODEFF is a citizen-centered NGO which works to conserve nature and the environment in Chile and to promote sustainable development. Interns work on tasks such as campaigns, projects, presentations, and research. Option to work with a project that receives injured animals.

  • I Love Chile Media - Santiago | Chile

    As Chile’s most read English language news source, I Love Chile's goal is to promote English in Chile and Chile in English. I Love Chile believes that as the country becomes bilingual, Chile will see an increase in tourism and foreign investment, and an improvement in the quality of life for everyone. I Love Chile Media encompasses I Love Chile Quarterly Magazine, I Love Chile Online News, I Love Chile Weekly Digital Magazine, Santiago Radio and I Love Chile TV. Together with an international, multilingual team of more than 25 freelance journalists, experts, bloggers, social media enthusiasts, designers, and analysts, I Love Chile keeps their readers up to speed on what is happening in Chile.

  • Child Family Health International (CFHI) Ecuador: Intensive Beginner Spanish & Healthcare - Quito | Ecuador

    CFHI and IE3 Global Internships have partnered to offer a special 10-week program for students. Interns participate in intensive Spanish language courses while working with local non-profits and participating in clinical rotations. Minimal Spanish language skills required, homestays offered.

  • Fundacion Jatun Sacha - various | Ecuador

    Jatun Sacha is a well established environmental conservation organization in Ecuador. Interns work at one of several biological reserves at the coast, the Amazon, the Galapagos or the highlands of Ecuador. Activities including data field research, environmental education, community service, plant conservation, agroforestry, horticulture, aquaculture, marine conservation or reserve maintenance.

  • Hobbiton Child Development Center - Quito | Ecuador

    The Hobbiton Child Development Center is a unique early childhood education organization that focuses on teaching children about the diversity of Ecuadorian culture and arts as well as human rights, women's rights and children's rights. Come to Ecuador and assist with the development of the English-as-a-Second-Language program. Some Spanish language skills required. Minimum 3 months.

  • UN Women - United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women - Quito | Ecuador

    Intern for the United Nations in Ecuador. UN Women is a learning and advocacy organization fostering networks and linkages that contribute to women's empowerment, policy reform, and gender sensitive development. 12 month internship. Great opportunity for senior or Master's students.

  • Long Way Home (LWH) - Chimiyá, San Juan Comalapa | Guatemala

    Conduct development work in rural Guatemala. Projects in Environmental Education and Trash Management, Alternative Construction and Appropriate Technology, Marketing and Grantwriting. Beginning-level Spanish helpful to facilitate daily living.

  • Peace Boat - Tokyo | Japan

    Support the work of an international NGO while gaining hands on experience in the fields of peace, sustainability, and international cultural exchange. This is a great opportunity for people to further develop their language while contributing to the strengthening of global civil society. Peace Boat interns support voyage staff that serve as interpreters, language teachers and program managers.

  • American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) - Guadalajara - Guadalajara, Jalisco | Mexico

    Intern for the American Chamber of Commerce in the beautiful city of Guadalajara, Mexico. Assist in organizing and supporting members working in trade, tourism, industrial development, education, and labor relations; organizing seminars; publishing information on trade, exporting markets, and logistics.

  • Casa de los Angeles Daycare Center - San Miguel de Allende | Mexico

    Casa de los Angeles is a not-for profit foundation serving families that would otherwise not be able to afford daycare for their babies and young children (6 months to 5 years of age). The interns will be directly involved in the education and care of the children, under the supervision of a qualified pre-school teacher.

  • Institute of International Education (IIE) - Mexico City | Mexico

    The Institute of International Education (IIE) Office for Latin America in Mexico City hosts a U.S. Department of State sponsored EducationUSA Advising Center. IIE interns work work in the EducationUSA Advising Cetner and assist Regional Educational Advising Coordinators with advising students as well as with administrative duties and managment of special projects. Stipend provided.

  • Instituto S.P.A.C. - Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco | Mexico

    Budget internship (room and board provided) assisting English teachers at a private bi-lingual school in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Pre-school, elementary, middle, and high school levels. Special Education class available for interested interns.

  • ITESM Campus Querétaro, International Programs Department - Querétaro | Mexico

    ITESM Campus Querétaro is part of the Tecnológico de Monterrey University System. The International Programs Department facilitates reception of international students and sends Mexican students abroad. Interns support a broad range of office functions. Host arranges complimentary accommodation with homestay family.

  • blueEnergy - Bluefields, Caribbean Coast | Nicaragua

    NEW SITE! Participate in a Service Learning Internship with blueEnergy and advocate for a more equitable and sustainable world. Interns provide renewable energy, water and sanitation services, and sustainable community development to the most isolated poor living along the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua. No Spanish language skills required.

  • Casa Verde - Limon, Rivas | Nicaragua

    NEW INTERNSHIP! Gain real management and hands-on experience interning as a Project Coordinator for Casa Verde while you work, play, and grow alongside local youth leaders in Limon, Nicaragua. Interns have the opportunity to build upon local community projects while acting as a peer and project leaders. Intermediate Spanish language skills are required but in-country language courses available. Homestay opportunities are provided.

  • FINCA Perú Microfinance Program - Ayacucho | Peru

    FINCA Perú's broadest goals are to build human capacity and participation, particularly that of women. Its microfinance program supports community savings and lending services, reaching over 16,000 indigenous small entrepreneurs, more than 6,000 of whom reside in the Ayacucho area.