PROGRAM COSTS AND DATES
SESSION I-2012- TRUJILLO
SESSION V-2013 - TRUJILLO
SESSION VI-2013 - TRUJILLO
FULL SESSION - TRUJILLO
SESSION IX-2013 - TRUJILLO
** Dates are flexible according to your university vacation. We can adapt our schedule according to your needs just don´t forget to communicate us or write us about your concerns.
For residents of the UK and the EU:
Get contact with the organization called 'Everything is Possible', which is based in Leeds, England. Everything is Possible works in coordination withThe European Voluntary Service, a part of the new EU Youth in Action Programme, which is being implemented between January 2007 and December 2013. The programme has received the large sum of 885 million Euros to be used over those seven years.
The Youth in Action Programme helps provide young people with opportunities for informal learning abroad. To be eligible for assistance from the EU, you must be between the ages of 16 and 30. It is possible to obtain funding to work with us for 1-12 months, cost of flights are included in addition to accommodation, food and a small spending allowance each month.
Anyone from Europe can obtain a grant from Youth in Action (EVS) but you will need to submit a full application, this will mean searching for a Sending Organization in your country (see their websites for more information and locations of Sending Organizations).
Also, here is the youth in action programme guide
And there is also a data base which will search for the sending organizations closest to where you live
For US residents:
The National Geographic Glimpse Correspondents Program offers $600 stipends to U.S. and Canadian residents aged 18-30, who will be abroad for at least 10 weeks and are interested in storytelling through writing or photography. This program gives participants a chance to share their experiences with the world on Glimpse.org through writing stories, or photography. Besides the stipend, correspondents receive professional experience and guidance in writing or photography, and guaranteed publication on Glimpse.org. While in-country, correspondents may be responsible for writing feature stories, guides, insider tips, blog entries, and more.
The Volunteers for Prosperity Service Incentive Program (VFPServ) offers matching grants from $500 to $1,000 for Americans volunteering abroad. The program was created to make short-term international service trips more affordable for Americans who have skills that relate to the goals of the program which include education, business, and computer knowledge. The funds can be used to offset travel, insurance, and local living expenses. VFPServ gives grants that match at least the funds raised by the volunteer.