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Graduate Job Overseas Voluntary Internship Placements

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: Projects Abroad
Reference: Proj482
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Voluntary internship positions available worldwide

Projects Abroad organises voluntary internship placements in twenty four destinations worldwide.  Placements range from as little as two weeks up to a whole year.  You can choose how long you want to join a project for. 

 

What can you do?

Projects Abroad allows you opportunities to gain experience work on teaching, care, conservation & environment, sports, medicine & healthcare, journalism, business, law & human rights, archaeology and veterinary & animal care placements.

 

Where can you go?

nternships are in Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe, Latin America & the Caribbean and in the South Pacific.

 

Who are Projects Abroad?

Projects Abroad have been arranging placements around the world since 1992.  Over 4,000 volunteers a year join programmes ranging from working on a Ghanaian newspaper to working in the Peruvian rainforest.  There are 300 Projects Abroad staff worldwide who support the programmes you join.  Projects Abroad has an unrivalled reputation for organising excellent and worthwhile work experience. 

 

Find out more

Click Apply Now to find out more - we can even put you in touch with ex-volunteers who can tell you what it is like to join a placement.

 

Location: Any Location, EEA, Rest of the World, UK locations

Recruiter Details

Ian Birbeck
Projects Abroad
+44 (0) 1903 708300

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