Internship Service

Some Guatemalan organizations are looking for national and international volunteers with specific skills so that they can complete more definite and timely tasks within their institution.

On the other hand, there are people (students and professionals) who have specific training and experience and want to carry out a formal and well-structured working experience, which will allow them to build on their studies and knowledge and put them into practice in different fields. The principal purpose of our Internship Service is exactly this: to facilitate collaboration between individual volunteers with specific skills who are willing to stay for a minimum of three months in Guatemala and local organizations that seek well-defined volunteer profiles to incorporate them into their teams.

The volunteers, therefore, carry out professional work within the organizations that are interested in their profiles and skills. The latter offer in exchange the possibility to complete a supervised and well-organized internship: a valuable learning tool, real working experience and an exchange of competencies, abilities, knowledge, techniques, processes, and working methodologies, not to mention the opportunity to live in and learn about Guatemala, a country with profound and extraordinary cultures that are thousands of years old.

The internships differ from classic volunteering in that they imply:

1) an independent and different plan of work, depending on the organization chosen;

2) a major leadership role, responsibility, and strong commitment;

3) direct, active, and meaningful work with the local population;

4) a longer time commitment of no less than 90 days.

The Internship Service requires a donation of between US$ 50.00 and US$450.00 per month (depending on the chosen host organization), which is divided between the local organization where the volunteer does their internship and EntreMundos.

This amount INCLUDES:

  • Coordination of the internship;
  • All information and contacts before arrival to Guatemala (in English or Spanish);
  • Total and permanent support during your stay in Guatemala;
  • Monthly and final evaluations of the Internship by the local supervisor and EntreMundos;
  • A certificate that confirms completion of the internship;
  • A continued relationship with EntreMundos and the organization once the Internship is over;
  • Any administrative task that you require of EntreMundos, for example completing university paperwork (in English / Spanish), letters of recommendation, references for CV/resume, etc…

The donation DOES NOT INCLUDE airfare, transport within the country, medical insurance, lodging, food, possible extra medical/pharmaceutical costs, and other costs during your stay in Guatemala.

The internships positions offered by EntreMundos are:

Aquí Me Quedo – Chef for a Social Start Up

Aquí Me Quedo – Marketing and Communication for a Social Start Up

Asociacion Fatima – Nutrition and Health

Asociacion Fatima – Programs Coordinator

ASODILL – Communications and Marketing Coordinator

ASODILL – Environmental Projects Coordinator

ASODILL – Sports Coach for different disciplines

ASSADE – Analyst in water project

ASSADE – Community Nutriotinist

Caras Alegres – Development Intern

Caras Alegres – Education Program Assistant

Caras Alegres – Psychologist

Enseñame a Volar – Medical Internship

Enseñame a Volar – Nutritionist

Enseñame a Volar – Physioterapist

Enseñame a Volar – Psychology

Enseñame a Volar – Special Educator

EntreMundos – Journalist Human Rights and Development

IDESAC – Environmentalist Technician

IDESAC – Technician in Education and Environmental Management

IDESAC – Technician in Water Resources Water Flows and Water Births

Asociación Nuevos Horizontes – Teacher or Tutor

Primeros Pasos – Communications and Development

Primeros Pasos – Community Outreach Facilitator

Primeros Pasos – Medical Internship

To choose any of these internships, please thoroughly read all of the information and requirements for each position and send your updated CV/resume, a cover letter, and the REGISTRATION FORM (click here) to