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Short Term Community Development Internship In Cambodia

Immerse yourself in the local culture and gain valuable teaching experience while you contribute to sustainable development projects.

Durations:  4 - 12 weeks

Program information

This is an excellent opportunity to authentically experience the unique culture of Cambodia, as well as gaining valuable community development experience. Get involved in teaching English, run women’s empowerment workshops or assist with health and sanitation demonstrations. Our internship is rooted in contributing to a selection of UN Sustainable Development Goals, including Goal #2 – Zero Hunger, Goal #4 – Quality Education, Goal #6 – Clean Water and Sanitation and Goal #10 – Reduced Inequalities.

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Included in your program

Make the most of our unique programs with these exclusively curated local adventure and wellness experiences.

Learn to cook traditional Cambodian dishes

Visit a 9th century temple with a tuk tuk

Join a chanting session with monks

Bike around Siem Riep's traditional countryside

Visit one of Siem Reap's floating villages

Learn how HeroRATs detect landmines

Take an ox cart ride through rice paddies

Sleep under the stars alongside Asian elephants

Connect with our alumni
Want to connect with some of our past participants about their adventures? Get in touch with hundreds of friendly ambassadors all over the world who would be more than happy to answer any questions.
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Sam Watson

02 Feb, 2014
Silana is small village in the Dawasamu district where I had travelled to learn about traditional Fijian culture and to work with GVI regarding successful methods of generating income to fund members who attend the University of the South Pacific, in addition to build sustainable development projects and rainwater harvesting and preservation. Working with the GVI team has been a great way to learn more about the incredible work that GVI guys are doing every day. It is a wonderful way to stay connected and learn about ongoing social and environmental projects and helping GVI amplify the work done by changemakers internationally.

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