Non-Profit
Internships Abroad

International Non-Profits Internship Programs

Thinking of interning abroad with an international non-profit? Travel abroad and get involved in bettering your new home community. Interns are placed within both grass roots organizations and larger international non-profits.

Interested in interning in the Spring? Apply to a 2020 Spring Internship now and intern as early as March 2020.

non-profit internships abroad
non-profit internships abroad

Join one of our international internships and work alongside a wonderful organization.

Travel abroad and get involved in bettering your new community. Interns are placed within both grass roots organizations and larger international non-profits.  This sector is huge: choose to aid a political causeabused womendrug addictionstreet childrencancer awarenessLGBTQ issueshealth education, massively under served populations, both local and immigrant, and many more. Unlike a for-profit company, there often times there is less structure in NPO placements, so these organizations are searching for a good candidate who is flexible and gets the bigger picture.  These amazingly diverse and international placements look good on a Resume and tend to change a person, far and away for the better.

Candidates placed in NGO’s (non-governmental organizations) in Spain often do legal, social, marketing and other administrative work. Past NGO placements include C.EA.R (Comision Espanola Ayuda al Refugiado), Proyecto Hombre, Amnestia Internacional, A.C.U.L.C.O. among others. These organizations re ante from immigrants’ rights services to assisting drug addicats to integrate back into society.

Placments are made in Madrid and Barcelona, Spain for lengths of stay from one to six months. The program goals are 50% work experience, with work assignments 20 hours per week, and 50% cultural / language acquisition and immersion.

Internships in Oaxaca offer a host of work for non-profit organizations in fields like environmental/ecology, business development, medical/health, social and economic development, social work, women’s studies and health, etc. 

Montevideo has a small but important sector of non-profits dedicated to serving where service is lacking, especially public health. In a clinic or hospital setting, volunteers assist with community work in the OB/GYN sector; outreach to populations that might not feel comfortable coming to a hospital; pediatrics and family events to educate, serve and assist both psychologically as well as as technically/medically.

Work within a Vocational Education Social Project, with a group that focuses on vocational training, providing youth shelters, and creating school presentations to extemely poor areas around Montevideo. The goal is a career or job for everyone; be a part of a grass roots, local community setting inside of this growing social project.