Location
  • Bolivia
    • Cochabamba

Program Details

Housing
Host Family
Language
Spanish
Weekly Hours
1
Dec 10, 2019
Nov 01, 2015

About Program

Established in 1992, Projects Abroad offers a wide variety of excellent internships in Bolivia. Opportunities include Medicine, Nutrition, Nursing, Dentistry, Physical Therapy, Journalism, Law & Human Rights, Veterinary Medicine, and Language study. Interns in Bolivia will work directly with the staff at a local hospital, business, or NGO arranged by Projects Abroad staff.

Internships in Bolivia are located in the town of Cochabamba, which is centrally located and offers a wide variety of outdoor activities in the surrounding area.

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Program Highlights

  • Choose a project you are passionate about that fits your interests
  • Internships in Bolivia are available year round. Interns typically stay for one month, but can easily extend their trip to up to six months.
  • Your fellow interns will equally define your experience in Bolivia. Many interns come alone, but will leave with new lifelong friends.
  • Interns will work with local NGOs to help Bolivians in critical need of help. Bolivia is one of the poorest countries in South America and the work you'll do here is an immensely rewarding experience.
  • Bolivia is a beautiful country in which to spend a few months on an international internship. Within a few short hours you'll experience the towering Andean Peaks, tropical Amazonian forests, bustling cities, and traditional Bolivian communities.

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Katherine
9/10
Yes, I recommend this program

Medicine Internship in Cochabamba

I used Projects Abroad for my medical internship in Bolivia. I had an amazing time. I was placed in one hospital and one public health clinic, and both were amazing placements and I learned a lot. I witnessed a live birth for the first time, and learned how to give stitches to a chicken foot!

The company itself is very disorganized, but Cochabamba is a very friendly town, and I had great internship placements.

I took Spanish lessons with Janet through Projects Abroad as well - I highly recommend that. Better than any Spanish class I've taken.

What would you improve about this program?
Projects Abroad is so large that there is not a lot of communication between parts of the organization.
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