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Volunteer in Chile


If you'd like to see and experience the real Chile but only for a few weeks, while making a difference - we've got you covered!

Do more than Just Travel!

  • Volunteer in Chile in childrens' homes, homeless shelters, NGO's, and animal shelters. 
  • Placements are all over Chile and accommodation is in a screened Homestay Family (half board) or shared accommodation (meals not included) for the more independent. You will always have your own single room and access to the common areas of the house or apartment. All accommodations are cozy and located in nice, safe areas. In all cases, you will have access to public transportation, supermarkets, stores, and other facilities in the city. You can decide whether you want to live with a Chilean host family or in a shared apartment. Living with a host family allows you to become immersed in Chilean family life, while a shared apartment lets you live with other young foreigners or Chileans. Half-board can only be offered when living with a host family.

Volunteer in Chile- give back to society and help make the world a better place!

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Give up your time for a good cause and show your commitment to help others by participating in a Volunteer Work project in Chile!

Unfortunately, social disparities in Latin America are very prevalent, and as a result, many social institutions are often left without adequate volunteers and funds to help all of those in need. 

You can help alleviate this problem by participating in one of our volunteer projects in Chile where you can work alongside local institutions and foundations that provide direct assistance to those who need it most. 

  • You can choose from a few different projects to find the one that best suits your interests. 
  • As a volunteer, you will have an authentic cultural experience that stretches far beyond mere tourism.
  • In most cases, you will work directly with the needy and take on responsibilities, such as caring for sick or abandoned children, helping handicapped children or elderly adults, and supporting the homeless population. 
  • There are also opportunities to work in animal rescue centres with street dogs and cats or to take part in projects centered on environmental sustainability.

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The best way to get to know the language, people, and culture of a foreign country is to become a part of their everyday life, and volunteering allows you to do just that. As a volunteer, you will explore and appreciate Chile from a perspective that is entirely different than that of a typical tourist.

Volunteering not only benefits others, but it is also a very rewarding experience. 

In addition to knowing that you made a positive impact, having international volunteer work experience on your resume will demonstrate your generosity, adaptability, optimism, and tolerance to any future employer. 

You will also rapidly acquire Spanish skills while volunteering, which makes you even more marketable. Spanish is great to learn because it is now one of the most spoken languages in the world due to Latin America’s growing economic relations with the industrial countries. 

Overall, gaining volunteer experience will make you stand out from the crowd and give you a significant advantage when applying for a job.

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