As mentioned in the blogs on Florian and Larissa, I will be shining a spotlight on the work being done by multiple interns. The aim of this series of blogs is to highlight the great work that the interns do. This series also aims to provide prospective applicants with a practical understanding of the work they would do should they apply for one of Globalteer’s internships.
In my blog about Florian, I mentioned that I would be shining a spotlight on multiple interns and the work that they do to progress Globalteer’s organizational goals. The aim of this series of blogs is to highlight the great work being done by our interns along with giving prospective interns a practical understanding of the work that they would do should they apply for one of Globalteer’s internships.
Volunteering abroad as a family is a form of traveling that has gained popularity in recent years. One of the reasons for this is that it allows families to explore different destinations, have fun as a family, and do fulfilling work which helps underprivileged communities, animals and the environment. This form of travel also has a positive impact on children as they learn perspective, empathy and soft skills such as communication and social skills.
Over the next few months, I will be shining a spotlight on multiple Globalteer interns and highlighting the work that they do in order to help Globalteer achieve its organisational goals.
Globalteer accepts interns in both Peru and Cambodia in various roles from working with kids or animals to office based roles.
There are many benefits to pursuing an internship abroad with Globalteer. These benefits include living in vibrant cities like Cusco in Peru and Siem Reap in Cambodia, helping people and animals, and gaining professional experience as well as improving your CV.
Globalteer's website and social media channels frequently discusses the work that we do with animals, children, and communities.