Ecuador is renowned for its incredible diversity. Imagine Kichwa villages, bustling cities, Andean mountains, and the Galapagos Islands.
Schools, local artisan organizations, and social work initiatives are just some of the places you could find yourself for your apprenticeship.
For just about a dollar per hour of travel, you can catch a bus to almost anywhere in Ecuador—an exciting, wonderful way to take in the local culture and scenery.
Brazil is the fifth largest country in the world, brimming with amazing scenery, a beautiful language, and a vibrant culture.
Social impact start-ups, wildlife rescue centers, and schools for disabled students are just a couple of the places you could work.
Brazil was once a colony of Portugal and is the only Portuguese-speaking country in the Americas.
Senegal is located in Sub-Saharan West Africa, and is the the westernmost point of the continent. It boasts not just beautiful blue coastlines but also a bright pink lake!
Health clinics, tailor shops, schools, and environmental NGOs are just a handful of places where you could intern in your community.
Senegal is all about teranga, meaning "hospitality.” Expect to be greeted by everyone and constantly invited to lunch!
India is a country of contrasts. Picture historical architecture amidst cutting edge tech hubs, chaotic cities and sparse villages, Starbucks and the roadside chaiwala, nestled amongst every conceivable landscape.
Work alongside the brightest of India’s youth at Teach for India to help build a wider movement for educational equity.
India is a unique meeting ground of diverse cultures, path-breaking development thinking, 5000 year old practices, and cutting edge technology with the world’s second largest population!
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