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Volunteer

 
 

LONG TERM ACCOMPANIMENT

 

The CRISPAZ long-term Compañer@ opportunity provides participants a unique 18-month sojourn in solidarity with the people of El Salvador. Whether working with inner-city youth in the San Salvador neighborhood of Mejicanos or assisting in a micro-loan projects in La Libertad, we are able to place our long-term compañer@s (LTCs) in meaningful and rewarding positions. Following orientation with CRISPAZ staff, our LTCs are placed in locations and programs that match their interest, whether that be social work, medical or nursing work, agricultural development. Placements are made through CRISPAZ partners such as FECORACEN, a cooperative that works with 22 rural communities throughout the heartland of El Salvador; the parish of San Francisco program, managed by the Passionist Priests from Spain; and educational programs sponsored by the Society of Jesus.

 

Our long-term compañer@s participate in work that goes to the very core of CRISPAZ's mission: since 1984, compañer@ have walked hand-in-hand with the poor and dispossessed of rural El Salvador, a tradition we continue to honor through our LTCs.


The CRISPAZ long-term Compañer@ opportunity provides participants a unique 18-month sojourn in solidarity with the people of El Salvador. Whether working with inner-city youth in the San Salvador neighborhood of Mejicanos or assisting in a micro-loan projects in La Libertad, we are able to place our long-term compañer@s (LTCs) in meaningful and rewarding positions. Following orientation with CRISPAZ staff, our LTCs are placed in locations and programs that match their interest, whether that be social work, medical or nursing work, agricultural development. Placements are made through CRISPAZ partners such as FECORACEN, a cooperative that works with 22 rural communities throughout the heartland of El Salvador; the parish of San Francisco program, managed by the Passionist Priests from Spain; and educational programs sponsored by the Society of Jesus.

 

Our long-term compañer@s participate in work that goes to the very core of CRISPAZ's mission: since 1984, compañer@ have walked hand-in-hand with the poor and dispossessed of rural El Salvador, a tradition we continue to honor through our LTCs.

The CRISPAZ long-term Compañer@ opportunity provides participants a unique 18-month sojourn in solidarity with the people of El Salvador. Whether working with inner-city youth in the San Salvador neighborhood of Mejicanos or assisting in a micro-loan projects in La Libertad, we are able to place our long-term compañer@s (LTCs) in meaningful and rewarding positions.

Following orientation with CRISPAZ staff, our LTCs are placed in locations and programs that match their interest, whether that be social work, medical or nursing work, agricultural development. Placements are made through CRISPAZ partners such as FECORACEN, a cooperative that works with 22 rural communities throughout the heartland of El Salvador; the parish of San Francisco program, managed by the Passionist Priests from Spain; and educational programs sponsored by the Society of Jesus.

Our long-term compañer@s participate in work that goes to the very core of CRISPAZ's mission: since 1984, compañer@ have walked hand-in-hand with the poor and dispossessed of rural El Salvador, a tradition we continue to honor through our LTCs.

SUMMER INMERSION PROGRAM

SUMMER INMERSION PROGRAM

SPEND YOUR SUMMER AS AN INTERN IN EL SALVADOR APPLY TODAY!!!

 

CRISPAZ is currently accepting applications for the Summer Immersion Program (SIP). The SIP is a faith-based social justice and solidarity intensive learning and service experience. In this program interns live and work alongside Salvadoran families and organizations.

 

While learning about Latin America directly from the people, interns can:


- Practice their Spanish, work with local organization dedicated to sustainable development, community organization and human rights.

 

SPEND YOUR SUMMER AS AN INTERN IN EL SALVADOR APPLY TODAY!!!

 

CRISPAZ is currently accepting applications for the Summer Immersion Program (SIP). The SIP is a faith-based social justice and solidarity intensive learning and service experience. In this program interns live and work alongside Salvadoran families and organizations.

 

While learning about Latin America directly from the people, interns can:


- Practice their Spanish, work with local organization dedicated to sustainable development, community organization and human rights.