“Launching Your International Development Career” will be presented by Bruce L. Brower on Tuesday, 26 November at noon in 238 HRCB.
Brower is a senior vice president and officer for Central and Eastern Europe with Chemonics International Inc., a Washington, D.C.-based development company. He also serves as a senior advisor to the Fostering Agricultural Markets Activity (FARMA) projects of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Read More…
Atlas Corps is seeking engaged leaders committed to the nonprofit sector. Twelve to eighteen-month professional fellowships in the U.S. and Latin America are available. For more details about eligibility requirements and the application process, please visit http://bit.ly/JoinAtlasCorps.
July and August
$1,000 per month (travel, room, and board is covered by CFH)
Fluent in Spanish
Cause for Hope (CFH) will perform an evaluation of its mentoring program in some of its offices in Piura, Peru; Retalhuleu, Guatemala; Chinandega, Nicaragua; and Choluteca, Honduras beginning in July and ending in December. We need four BYU interns to assist us in two offices. They will be involved in the first two months of the project.
The mentoring evaluation project will be conducted in four offices. Two are existing offices with proven office managers. The other offices will be opened concurrently with the implementation of this pilot program. This will require the completion of a number of mentoring modules that will be provided to these offices and then examined for their effectiveness in assisting clients to become self-reliant.
Prefer experience in program evaluation, testing and group facilitation, and training. Interns will live in Utah and travel to Honduras, Peru, or Nicaragua.
Please send resume and cover letter: Luis Kemeny and Blaine Stratton Read More…
FamilySearch is piloting an intern program sending two students to the Dominican Republic to be in archives preparing (unfolding, organizing, flattening) vital records and taking photographs of these vital records with a high-end camera and computer setup (provided my FamilySearch).
We would like them to start 1 May. Service would be 135 days (4.5 months). Prefer Spanish-speaking, but one of the students could be English-speaking. They will be working with a Senior Missionary couple who do speak Spanish. Read More…
The Suffering of Light and Violet Isle will be the topics discussed by Alex Webb on Wednesday, 27 March at noon, HBLL auditorium.
Webb began working as a professional photojournalist in 1974 and two years later joined the international photographers’ cooperative Magnum Photos.
He has worked with the New York Times Magazine, LIFE, Geo Magazine, and National Geographic and is well known for his work in the Caribbean and Mexico.
His publications include the Suffering of Light (2011), Violet Isle (2009), and Crossings (2003). Read More…