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Posted: August 11 2016
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DescriptionSpend your winter break on Mexico’s Pacific Coast collaborating with locals and finding your passion. This intensive internship program is an immersive cultural and professional development experience ideal for those seriously interested in the social sector. We will treat you as a part of our small but inventive team, and will entrust you with a great deal of responsibility and choice.
If you are looking for a way to take your social sector skills to the next level, we invite you to apply for a position with Human Connections this Winter! The cost of the program is $1650 for 18 days, and includes local, safe hotel accommodations, 24/7 support prior to and during the program, local transportation, emergency medical insurance, intensive professional trainings, group meals, exciting excursions to unique destinations, regular internet and telephone access, guided tours of local communities, talks by renowned experts, and a chance to make a direct contribution to the lives of local community members. More details are available at humanconnections.org.
Please apply online at humanconnections.org/apply-online/.
Human Connections is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded on the notion that seeing the world from diverse perspectives inspires vision, innovation, and action towards lasting social change. Our work starts with our clients — low-income artisans, tradespeople, and business owners in Latin America. We then invite travelers and students to visit and interact with our clients through day tours, Global Engagement Trips, and internships. These unique experiences facilitate a mutually beneficial exchange of knowledge, perspectives, and resources. We then channel the profits from our programs directly into English and business classes for our clients and their communities. While our model is multifaceted, our goal is simple: to foster connections that have a positive and lasting impact on all people involved.