World Endeavors: Intern in Ecuador

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Quito is the capital of Ecuador and the country’s second largest city. Nestled amongst the snowy peaks of the Andes and situated between Pichincha Volcano and the Machángara River Canyon, the city flaunts beautiful panoramas and breathtaking views... read more

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Quito is the capital of Ecuador and the country’s second largest city. Nestled amongst the snowy peaks of the Andes and situated between Pichincha Volcano and the Machángara River Canyon, the city flaunts beautiful panoramas and breathtaking views in every direction. Ecuadorian history comes alive in Quito; the city is a wonderful mix of colonial and modern architecture, and its historical center has been distinguished as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Culture is another aspect that Quito isn’t lacking. The city hosts a variety of museums, festivals, art galleries, shops, and restaurants and cafés for its lively and engaged population. Visitors to Quito are fortunate to have a variety of outdoor opportunities at their fingertips—from hiking in the Andes surrounding the city, to paragliding from a volcanic peak, to going on archeological and birdwatching tours, the area has something for everyone, ranging from the cautious to the most adventuresome explorer.

Program Type(s):
Internship
Program Length(s):
  • Custom
Instruction Language(s):
  • Spanish
  • English
Language Requirement(s):
  • Spanish
  • English
Relevant Study Subject(s):
  • Education
  • Marketing
  • Health Sciences General
  • Accounting
  • Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs
  • Cultural Studies
  • Environmental Science
  • Museum Studies
  • Natural Resources and Conservation
  • Public Health
  • Social Sciences
  • Veterinary Medicine
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World Endeavors Scholarships

This scholarship is available to applicants interested in participating in any World Endeavors program of at least 3 weeks in duration. As a travel correspondent, a participant will submit video blogs, blog entries, photo essays, or other media documenting their experiences abroad.

$100 - $250

Deadlines:
Scholarship application must be received by World Endeavors within 10 business days of program application.

Guidelines/Requirements:
Open to all applicants 18 years of age or older. Individual must be applying for a program of at least 3 weeks in duration. In addition to completing program and scholarship applications, applicants must submit a 250 – 500 word essay outlining how they hope to share their enthusiasm for international experiences through their role as a travel correspondent. Writing samples or published work will be accepted as supporting documents but are not required. Scholarship essays can be emailed directly to World Endeavors with subject line “Travel Correspondent Scholarship Application.”

This scholarship is available to student leaders of a college or university organization or social group who are interested in sharing their study, intern, or volunteer experiences with their home campus organizations.

$100 - $250

Deadlines:
Scholarship application must be received by World Endeavors within 10 business days of program application.

Guidelines/Requirements:
Applicant must be a leader of a campus organization or social group. In addition to completing program and scholarship applications, applicant must submit a 250- 500 word essay that discusses the benefits of learning experiences abroad, as well as ideas for promoting travel abroad with students. Writing samples or published work will be accepted as supporting documents but are not required. Scholarship essays can be emailed directly to World Endeavors with subject line “Student Leader Scholarship Application.”

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