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June 27, 2017

The Best Pre-Medical / PreNurse Volunteer Internship opportunities in Central and South America


A Broader View Volunteers

Over the last 8 years A Broader View Volunteers has sent over 5000 volunteers to our 5 countries in Central and South America where we offer programs for premed, Prenurse and EMT students that range from 1 week up to 12 weeks, all these locations will offer our volunteers the learning opportunities see first-hand the local health care system and immerse themselves in all aspects of a daily healthcare life in a new country.

Our main health care missions are in Honduras, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Peru and Ecuador, each location has its own interest, some are at the beach others in the mountains, hot weather or mild temperatures. All these locations offer Medical Spanish Lessons from 1 to 4 weeks and if you are interested in more lessons you can pay locally for the extra hours. We offer in all these countries host family accommodations (middle-high class with western facilities). You can read more of the reviews of each country at our Review page: https://www.abroaderview.org/feedbacks

A Broader View Volunteers

Almost all our volunteers have a life changing experience while doing a health care mission in any of these countries and they even repeat each year the experience in the same country or they choose a new opportunity abroad as we have over 25 countries where to choose a medical/nurse outreach brigade.

All our volunteers will get a Diploma after they finished the volunteer experience and we offer a letter of service. Many volunteers ask us if they can see this experience for credits and yes you can do this, just contact your college or university and let them know how to contact us.

You can follow us in Facebook, we post daily activities from our volunteers form pictures, reviews, videos, A Broader View Facebook Fan Page

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