Chile: Concepcion, Osorno and 2 other cities
9-12 Weeks, 5-8 Weeks
Throughout the year
The minimum age for the Organic Farming internship is 20, though mature volunteers 18 - 20 with farming experience will be considered. Experience and/or academic qualifications in agronomy are a definite plus. This internship involves daily, hands-on farm work.
Intermediate Spanish, with the ability to comprehend instructions and converse, is required.
- Environmental Management
- Sustainable Development
Cost in US$:
- In-country orientation/Training
- In-country staff support
- Pre-departure orientation/Training
- Registration fees
- Written materials pre-departure
- Written materials abroad
Program Fees Include:
South America Connections charges a relatively low USD 700 placement fee to cover our costs for consulting with potential volunteers, research & development of programs, and marketing. We work closely with you on a one-to-one basis before any payment is required, to ensure that the program would be right for you, and you for it! We provide 24-hour in-country support.
- Building & Construction Projects
- Community Development
- Computer Training
- Human Rights
Our volunteers typically are looking for a personalized experience rather than a group program. They are prepared to immerse themselves in Chilean culture for three months, to reach out to the Chileans they meet and find friendship and respect in return. Our volunteers typically work in social service, teaching or environmental placements. They believe that their conduct can make a difference, but are willing to learn as readily as they are to give.
This Program is open to
Worldwide Participants. This Program is also open to Families and Individuals.
Typical Living Arrangements
- Independent living
Typically Participants Work
Independently or in Groups of 2 - 6
Application Process Involves
- Letters of Reference
- Phone/Video Interview
Typically The Application Process Time is
Post Services Include
- Alumni Network
- Exit Debriefing Abroad