Nonprofit or community organization
Last modified: January 16, 2013, 3:54 PM
Through the Students Without BordersTM program, students are provided with an internship opportunity to work and contribute to development projects with WUSC and CECI's local partner organizations in Africa, Asia and Latin America. Based on a needs driven approach, both the student and the local partner organization benefit from such an experience.
Interns work abroad for 3 to 8 months, using their skills and background in a practical and cross-cultural setting. Many interns fulfill co-op requirements or receive academic credits towards their degree or diploma!
By working with local organizations in the developing world, you can gain valuable skills and work experience while contributing to the development work done overseas!
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