For anyone wondering about some of the details to finding a job in Chile, check out this article that goes through a list of steps to making a professional career in South America’s most stable and prosperous country a reality;
See the full article on Medium.com – How to Find a Job in Chile – and let me know if you have any questions!
The late founder of North Face, Douglas Tompkins, donated his land to Chile to create a new National Park in Chilean Patagonia. The new Corcovada National Park was formed in 2005 through a gift of Douglas Tompkins’ land and the adjacent track of land belonging to the Chilean Armed Forces.
The Arcadia University Preview of Study Abroad Program subsidizes the cost for all first year students to have an international education experience. Arcadia is one of the few universities in the United States that promotes study abroad as an integral part of the academic curriculum. Students take a course that focuses on an academic topic related to a country or geographic area, and the course includes a week long field study experience in the country that is studied in the course. In this photo from 2014, students studied about the 2006 and 2011 student movements in Chile, and the resulting political and educational changes, and visited the country to dialogue with students and teachers, view important landmarks, and engage with the culture that they had learned about. Taught by Stephen Tippett and Carly Gellman, this course is the only Arcadia University Preview that travels to South America. Stephen is conducting his doctoral dissertation on the Preview Program at Arcadia University, which focuses on the instructional design of short-term study abroad.
The State of the Map Latin America Conference will be held in Santiago de Chile in September 2016. The State of the Map conference is about Open Street Map. Scholarships are available for travel to Santiago and scholarships must be applied for by July 3rd.
More information can be found on the conference home page
The National Volunteer Center of the English Opens Doors Program has added a new volunteer service opportunity for August.
The English Opens Doors Program is part of the Ministry of Education of Chile and is affiliated with the United National Development Programme. Native and near-native English speakers come to Chile to work as teaching assistants in Chilean classrooms, specifically to improve students’ listening and speaking skills. Volunteers also assist with other initiatives of the English Opens Doors Program, such as debates, Public Speaking, Spelling Bee, and English Camps.
More information can be found at http://www.centrodevoluntarios.cl/ and www.ingles.mineduc.cl.
Apply by May 11th, 2015 to start your volunteer service in mid-August.
A video presentation by Iść Swoją Drogą of his almost
4 months of cycling through the amazing Chile.