Internship Track: Sports
Type of Internship: Sports
Country: El Salvador
Status:
Teaser: Make an impact with Soccer or Volleyball in El Salvador by teaching kids to play and helping them to learn life lessons and values.
Suggested Dates: Choose your dates
Date Flexibility: A stay longer than 90 days will require additional travel to renew visa.
Cost:

 

plus airfare, visa and emergency medical insurance.*According to current currency exchange rates and your estimated time commitment. To be adjusted to actual dates of internship and actual exchange rates at the time of internship.

Number of Interns Needed: 3
Positions still available: 3
Description: You would be involved in sports with kids at churches and schools, teaching soccer or volleyball, values and discipling kids and women of the community. You would also have the opportunity to do missions mobilization with the team in different churches, sharing your testimony.

Proposed weekly schedule:

Monday to Friday:
9:00 - Team devotions
10:00 - Work starts at the base or in the community (different activities)
12:30 - Lunch with the team
1:30 - Work at the base or in the community
5:00 – End of workday

Saturday: Day off OR possibly mobilization with an alternative day off for compensation

Sunday: possibly mobilization with an alternative day off for compensation OR attend a local church with a team member.
Skills/ Experience Required: Ability to teach/play Soccer or Volleyball and preferably at least a basic level of Spanish would be helpful.
Qualifications of on-field supervisor: Has a degree in Psychology and specialized in treatment of families and individuals.
Is a homestay with a national possible? No

 

What Others Say...

I do feel that I accomplished my purpose for being there. I was able to complete all my [requirements] for college, learn some Arabic, and teach some English. Then besides those things, make good relationships with the locals that created opportunities to witness about my faith and testimony. [Read more]

An English Teaching intern who went to the Arabian Peninsula.

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