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Volunteer in Chile doing Teaching related activities

The Chol-Chol Foundation is dedicated to improving the lives of the indigenous Mapuche people through training, workshops, human development projects, and the commercialization of their artisan projects.

75% response rate
VE Global recruits, trains and organizes international volunteers to achieve our mission of fostering the positive development of children at social risk in Chile

The English Opens Doors Program

All regions, Chile, South America.
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The English Opens Doors Program, of the Chilean Ministry of Education and supported by the United Nations Development Program, aims to increase the English proficiency of Chilean students and teachers of English as an indispensable skill to aid in Chile’s continued development in our globalizing world. An exciting and important part of this initiative is to bring native and near-native English speakers, between the ages of 21 and 35 years, into Chilean public schools to develop the listening and speaking skills of young Chileans as well as to encourage cultural exchange. These native and near-native English speakers are recruited, selected, and trained through the National Volunteer Center to volunteer as English Language Teaching Assistants in the Chilean school system.

ORGANIZATION INTENDED FOR PEOPLE WITH COGNITIVE DISABILITIES (DOWN SYNDROME ADULTS)

100% response rate
We are an NGO in the Chiloé Archipelago, in southern Chile. Through research and active conservation measures we seek to protect the wildlife of the Island and its surroundings.

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Great Summer Internship reviewed by Karrin Becker
"I came to the Chol-Chol Foundation to do an internship for 3 months during my summer vacation and loved it. Every day was different - some days I was doing inventory or working at the museum store, other days I was doing interviews with our artisans or working on our online donation platforms. It is a fun, laid-back environment, but the one thing I would definitely recommend is that volunteers have a good grasp of Spanish."
on 20/06/2016