Build your research skills in one of the most biodiverse countries in the world! Interns can study bugs, primates, reptiles, amphibians, mammals, fish, or birds and their ecology. This site encourages the eventual publication of scientific findings, as it aims to bring more awareness to the preservation of Paraguay’s beautiful habitats and diverse wildlife.
Virtual internships are available in multiple career fields, offering professional development and practical experience. Earn between 4-10 credits while gaining experience in a virtual, cross-cultural environment.
Interns will be individually placed in an education setting in Buenos Aires, with possible placements including special education, adult education, English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), and more. Placements opportunities will vary based on interns’ experience, skill set, and interests.
Interns will be individually placed with an organization with a focus on international relations. Placements will vary based on interns’ experience, skill set, and interests.
Interns will complete a variety of rotations in clinical, hospital, and NGO settings in the Andean capital of Quito, while taking intensive Spanish language classes with a focus on medical vocabulary.
Located in southern Brazil’s on Santa Catarina Island, this NGO hosts interns interested in animal husbandry, ecotourism, and fieldwork related to the conservation of the neotropical otter and its ecology. Interns support otters in captivity by assisting with feeding, handling, environmental enrichment and behavioral studies, as well as in their natural habitats by observing and collecting data on hiking and kayaking excursions.
Put your PR, marketing and strategic planning skills to use in this emerging tourism company that provides tours of Rio de Janeiro that go beyond the main touristic routes.
The primary focus of this site is on sea turtle conservation, including locating and monitoring nests and collecting data on sea turtles in the ocean. Interns also participate in conservation efforts related to marine birds, sharks, rays, and more, and engage with the local fishing community on topics of environmentalism and sustainability.
This program provides a comparison of urban and rural healthcare practices in Ecuador by splitting interns’ time between the coastal metropolis of Guayaquil and the smaller town of Puyo on the edge of the Amazon Basin. Interns will rotate through a variety of clinics and hospitals, as well as participating in home visits, encouraging a comprehensive view of care in each area.
Interns will complete a wide variety of rotations in clinical, hospital, and NGO settings in the Andean capital of Quito, while taking intensive Spanish language classes with a focus on medical vocabulary.