Central America Internships

University intern noting updates in our Family Farming Program, rural Nicaragua.
University intern noting updates in our Family Farming Program, rural Nicaragua.

Overview:

Our U.S. based Internships focus on supporting our research, communications and grants development goals that are an introduction into the inner workings of a nonprofit organization.  We also support graduate student independent research on areas relevant to our field programs with research travel options. Go to the link to our Get Involved page to submit an application.

Our program has historically offered both U.S. based and International internship opportunities. Our program is currently operating as a remote program. Graduate International Research interns have an option to work with our staff and rural community members in Central America to pursue research and gain first-hand experience in non-profit development, implementation, and assessment.

How to apply:

  1. Go to our Get Involved page, Internships. Apply using our Interest Form link.

  2. Schedule an interview with the ViviendasLeón SF team

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