American Language Partnership International, Calle San Luis #83, Santiago, Dominican Republic; 809-971-1422; fax. 809-583-0553; firstname.lastname@example.org, www.alpinternational.com. TESOL Exchange Program for experienced and inexperienced teachers. Possibility of paid housing and a stipend.
Centro Cultural Colombo Americano, Carrera. 45 No. 53-24, Medellín 8734, Colombia; 011-574-513-4444; www.colomboworld.com. Recruits 100+ English teachers for sessions starting January and July teaching adults or juveniles. Similar centers operate independently in Barranquilla, Bogota, Cali, etc.
Cultural Vistas offers a variety of internships in Argentina, Brazil, and Chile.
ELEP (Experiential Learning Ecuadorian Programs), email@example.com, www.elep.org. Volunteer Work Programs and Volunteering Opportunities in Ecuador, South America. ELEP Volunteer manages community and ecological volunteer work programs across Ecuador in South America throughout the year. Our customized volunteer projects and volunteer placements are available in childcare (orphanage and street kids), healthcare, HIV/AIDS, human rights, micro-enterprise, microcredit, construction and building, general conservation, organic farming, animal care, veterinary medicine, etc. Volunteering in Ecuador, Latin America with ELEP Volunteer gives you the opportunity to make a real difference and change lives, including your own.
Foundation for Sustainable Development (FSD): International Development Internship. FSD provides capacity building, funding, and human resources to over 300 grassroots organizations in Latin America, Africa, and Asia. Our programs provide comprehensive development training, immersion, and the opportunity for participants to design and implement collaborative projects with the help of a Site Team and their host organization. With our partner organizations, we implement solutions that improve social, environmental, educational, and economic conditions at the community level..Contact: 517 Potrero Ave. Suite B, San Francisco, CA 94110 USA; firstname.lastname@example.org, www.fsdinternational.org.
Fundación Jatun Sacha, Pasaje Eugenio de Santillán N34 248 y Maurián, Casilla 17-12-867, Quito, Ecuador; 011-593-2-243-2240; email@example.com, www.jatunsacha.org. Volunteer interns participate in research, plant conservation, agroforestry, etc. at 8 reserves in Amazonian Ecuador. Reserve fees including lodging and meals: see website for details.
ICADS (Institute for Central American Development Studies), Dept. 826, P.O. Box 025216, Miami, Florida 33102-5216; firstname.lastname@example.org; www.icads.org. Study of the Spanish language and development issues combined with structured internships in Costa Rica and Nicaragua lasting a semester or a summer.
International Academic Assistance Program, Av Matamoros 110 Ote, Col. Centro, Torreón, Coah, Mexico 27000; 011-52-871-716-9732; email@example.com. IAAP provides enthusiastic native speakers to teach English at technology institutes throughout Mexico. Candidates must speak Spanish and commit themselves to stay for 2 complete semesters from the end of January.
Interworld Internship Program (Interlatina Corp), Tucuman 1367 4 A, Capital Federal, Buenos Aires, Argentina; 011-54-4371-8649 or in Miami 305-394–9807; firstname.lastname@example.org. Human resources company that sets up unpaid internships in Argentinean companies for students and graduates. Placements last 2-12 months.
Mundo Verde Spanish School, Nueva Alta, 432-A Cusco, Peru; 011-51-84-221287; email@example.com, www.mundoverdespanish.com. Spanish school has links with development project in the rainforest and with many other voluntary projects to which students can be assigned (no fee).
Outward Bound Costa Rica, outwardboundcostarica.org/about/work-for-outward-bound-costa-rica/, offers summer internships to work in communications and programming to become a member of the educator team.
Rose Education Foundation, 1735 North State St., Provo, UT 84604; 801-319-4021; info@RoseEducation.org, www.RoseEducation.org. Native English-speaking teachers work alongside local teachers in Guatemalan schools.
Subway Watersports, Brick Bay, Roatan, Bay Islands, Honduras; 504-387-0579; firstname.lastname@example.org; www.subwaywatersports.com. Internships working in a dive shop while training toward becoming a professional PADI Divemaster.
TeachingChile, Av. Vitacura 3355, Dept 113, Santiago; 720-221-3831 (U.S. phone number routes calls to Santiago office); fax. 775-206-1089 (U.S.); email@example.com, teachingchile.com. English-speaking teachers placed, mainly university graduates.
Volunteersouthamerica.net lists “grass-roots, zero-cost volunteer work” opportunities in South America.
Youth Challenge International, 20 Maud St., Ste. 305, Toronto, Ontario M5V 2M5, Canada, 416-504-3370; www.yci.org. Teams of volunteers aged 18-30 carry out community development projects lasting 5, 6, 8, or 10 weeks in Costa Rica and Guyana.
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