- Criminal Justice
- Human Rights
Throughout the year
Worldwide, American, Asian, Australian, Canadian, European and Kiwi Participants.
Cost in USD per week
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* ELI's staff is very knowledgeable and happy to help volunteers and interns to prepare for their travels.
* Volunteers are met at the airport in Quito and provided with transportation to their host family.
* Each volunteer program starts with a two to three day orientation which covers important topics on the logistics of living and working in Ecuador, city tours, help with transportation, and optional Spanish classes
In-Country Staff Support
* ELI's Ecuador coordinator has years of experience working with visitors to Ecuador. She is very resourceful and on call 24/7 in case of emergency.
* Volunteers will stay with a local host family where they will be provided with a room and breakfast and dinner each day. By living with a family, volunteers will learn about the day to day rhythms of Ecuadorian life first hand as well as sample traditional meals not usually available in restaurants. Host families are eager to welcome volunteers and are a fantastic resource for learning about the local culture and sights.
Participants in the Ecuador programs must speak Spanish at an advanced level or higher and be prepared to live and work in a Spanish speaking environment. In this project, it is especially important for participants to be familiar with legal vocabulary as well as the local issues in Ecuador. ELI can arrange for language lessons to complement the program. Participants should also be flexible, adaptable, and open to experiencing a new culture.
- Online Application
- Written Application