Hannah’s Story of Volunteering with Local Communities in Guatemala I traveled to Guatemala with Spanish…Read More
Help local communities in Guatemala build a sustainable income and pass on the benefits to the next generation. Pre-departure Spanish lessons included.Read More
Jane, a trained nutritionist, used her skills to help local communities in rural Guatemala. She tells her story: from monitoring and weighing babies to setting up personal hygiene workshops, and making lasting connections.Read More
Karl, an Associate Chartered Accountant (ACA), was looking for new experiences. In his placement, he worked closely with the directors of charity, Asociacion Fatima, to improve their financial management skills and build the charity’s capacity.Read More
Volunteer in conservation projects in Guatemala, from rehabilitating rare species to organic coffee farming. Pre-departure Spanish lessons included.Read More
Project Length: Flexible
Overview: Volunteer with our partner-charity, Asociación Fatima in Guatemala. Spanish lessons included. Flexible start dates and length of stay. Volunteer in medicine, education, conservation or economic development.
Kat, a finance analyst from London, volunteered at the charity Asociación Fatima helping to set up after-school activities for disadvantaged children. The experience also helped her to improve her Spanish.
Price: Dependent on Internship
Project Length: Minimum 3 months
Overview: Work abroad in Guatemala. Explore an exciting Central American culture and contribute to key global issues across a variety of fields. 25 x Spanish lessons included. Certificate & letter of recommendation provided.
Work alongside human rights defenders, public officials and journalists to bring about profound change in Guatemala. Pre-departure Spanish lessons included.Read More
Dani was placed with a co-operative community of families of former guerilla fighers who now grow and market organic coffee. Dani learnt coffee harvesting techniques as well as helping the co-operative develop agritourism.Read More