Local Coordinator ++ Volunteer ++ Internship ++ Argentina
Say Hi to Your Local Coordinator in Argentina!
Meet our local coordinator that will help make your stay in Argentina the fullest it can possibly be!
We would like to briefly introduce the team from our partner office in the Argentina. Jessica and His Colleagues will help you in your volunteer project or internship placement and organization. They will gladly share their inside knowledge with you - and help make your time as globetrotter become the highlight of your life!
Argentinian Jesica loves to learn more about other cultures and wants to play her part in better understanding each other. Not for nothing, she studied linguistics. During her studies, she already took care of several volunteering projects and placed volunteers in projects. Since she cannot always travel to satisfy her curiosity, she simply gets the other countries to her - also to show you the Argentine Way of Life.
Where Are You From Originally?
When Did You Start Providing Internships and Volunteer Travels?
Where Else Have You Traveled So Far?
Now I live in Mexico
What is Your Interests in General?
What Do You Love about Your Job?
Learning about other cultures.
What Do You Dislike about Your Job?
When people are less likely to be open-minded.
What Do You Want to Show Us about Your (New) Home Country?
You can build things if you come across people with similar goals.
How is Your Daily Life Going?
I work on my computer 9 hours a day.
What Do You Do at Home to Relax Your Mind?
I study linguistics.
Outdoor Activities You Love to Do?
Running and Hiking
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