• Costa Rica, San Jose: Paramedical / Rescue

    This is a unique opportunity to learn and support the work of professional paramedics. Volunteer will have the opportunity to accompany the medical team as they provide emergency medical support throughout the city of San Jose.

  • Peru - Ayacucho: Elderly Care Home

    As in many communities, the elderly are among the most vulnerable population, many abused or neglected by their family.  Volunteering helps to improve the health and sense of dignity among the residents.  You will provided welcome companionship, support and love. 

    This Home, run by a religious organization,  accommodates 120 full time residents.  Although the local staff do all they can to care, provide food and love, there is such a need for more help! 

  • Peru Ayacucho: Language Immersion

    It is never too late to learn a language.   What better way than to be 100% immerse?  You're forced to think in another language, think as the locals do, and truly grasp what it means to be someone that lives in that particular area!

    Delve into a new language. This is a great opportunity to take Spanish lessons while being part of a community project in Ayacucho. Be fully immersed in Peruvian culture, learn Spanish, live with a local host family, all the while contributing to a community led program. Spanish lessons are generally 20 hours per week.  The rest of your time will be dedicated to your volunteer project.

  • Volunteer Guatemala Xela: Paramedic/Rescue

    Quetzaltenango, as second biggest city of Guatemala, relies 100% on volunteer firefighters. These firefighters are responsible to attend emergencies and fires in the city. Volunteer with prior training would participate in the ambulance activities.   This can include attend car accidents, injured people, general sickness.  On a daily basis, the local firefighters attend approximately 6-10 emergencies, in the area of Quetzaltenango and surrounding villages. In case of big accidents, they also provide assistance further into the country.

  • Volunteer in Peru - Ayacucho: Day Care Center

    In this community most families rely on public day care facilities to watch their children. These essential services are provided in the fringe communities where children live in abject poverty.  The centers typically have about 30 children ages 8 months to 3 years old. Our volunteers work alongside a “Mom” and be an extra set of hands in the daily chores. The staff educate the kids, play with them and provide them nutritious food, all for free. Since most of the children come from poor families, the food they receive in the day care center is vital.

    Volunteers will contribute to the education, child care, health and nutrition support provided by the centers. Tasks will focus on feeding, changing diapers, pre-school educational games and recreational learning support.

    Volunteers with basic Spanish are welcome. Language Immersion lessons are available.

  • Volunteer in Peru-Ayacucho: Medical / Healthcare

    Whether you are eager to gain professional experience, learn about public health issues, or simply looking to be challenged in a multicultural environment, an international medical volunteer program can be a definitive experience.

    Public health clinics are located in different neighborhoods of the city.  These clinics provide vital health services such as check ups, vaccinations, dental, first aid office, laboratory, babies’ delivery area, emergency area, etc.  Volunteer work may include taking vitals, attending rounds, charting patients, giving injections, providing general health checks, cleaning wounds, removing sutures, assisting in deliveries, doing home visits, participating in vaccination campaigns and so on. 

  • Volunteer Peru Ayacucho: Girls Orphanage / Baby

    Ayacucho is considered the second poorest region of the country (51% of its population lives below the poverty line, the national average is 23.8%.  A Broader View Volunteers works in partnership with community leaders in this impoverished community, at a large public orphanage.

    This Center is home to over 150 children, from babies to teens. The Center provides a home to little boys under the age of 6 years, and to girls under the age of 17 years old. The children are divided and live in small group homes. Volunteer tasks include teaching conversational English, health and hygiene, assisting with homework, and providing help withconversational English instruction.