What Will I Be Doing?
If you haven’t already realised, our trekkers and leaders do a hell of a lot in country. If we had to sum it up in one sentence however, we’d say: you’ll be developing a business that addresses a specific social issue, to create a long-term and sustainably beneficial solution for local communities. But there’s a whole lot more than just that!
Throughout your time on your
Each of our ventures, regardless of the country, is at a different stage of development due to the nature of the project and how long it has been in place. We follow the methodologies of design thinking and lean
For more information on our current projects and where they’re running, visit our ventures page.
Living in Country
No matter what country you trek in, your accommodation will be fairly similar and very basic. You won’t be staying in any
Like our accommodation, we want you to experience what it is like to eat traditional food, so your meals will be based
Getting around in country can be a whole lot of fun, whether it’s on a
Everyone is expected to have a charged, serviced phone on them at all times. A local sim card must be bought on arrival in country BEFORE induction. WhatsApp is our primary means of communication in
Health & Safety
Your safety and wellbeing is our priority whilst in
After many months of running projects in each country, you can rest assured that the leaders also know the system back to front, whether it is the route to the nearest medical
Culture and Exploration
Perhaps the most valuable part of an international internship is just that: it’s international. We love operating in Fiji, Cambodia, Timor-Leste
Whilst weekdays are dedicated to project development and will predominantly be spent in the local area or city, you will have the weekends and after-work hours to explore. We encourage you to get out of the city and see what makes the country so special and unique, whether this is visiting traditional temples or religious sites, going snorkeling and diving in the stunning reefs and lakes, or heading off on a weekend Safari (if you’re in Malawi of course!). Almost all of your leaders will have spent at least a month in the country before so will be able to give you some top tips and recommendations for activities and must-sees!