Internship Team #ClincAssistant

COUNTRY: Tanzania

ARRIVAL: January 1, 2016
DEPARTURE: January 31, 2016
DURATION: 31 Days
ARRIVAL CITY: Kilimanjaro International Airport
DEPARTURE CITY: Kilimanjaro International Airport
COST: $3495

Just 1 more volunteers to make this trip a 'go'!

Pre-med or medical students are placed to learn and serve in a local clinic, known as a dispensary. Beyond basic medical service, interns have the opportunity to learn about public health in a small developing community.

Internship Teams

For 22 years ISL has provided short term service trips of the highest quality. We are excited to provide our volunteers with opportunities to further extend their travel, service and learning through immersive internship opportunities. We see international internships as an opportunity for individuals to develop their professional, intercultural, and language skills, all while assisting organizations that are doing important work in host countries.


Tanzania

Located on the eastern side of Africa, Tanzania is home to Africa’s highest mountain, deepest lake, largest inland body of water, largest game preserve, most famous national park, and most abundant movement of wildlife. In addition to its many geographical gems, Tanzania is also home to the Maasai, a semi-nomadic people who have maintained their distinctive customs and dress in spite of government efforts to force them to modernize.


What ISL Provides

ISL provides internship placement at the local host organization, accommodation with a host family (or in some cases a hotel/guest house), most meals, and support. Our interns receive support meetings with our internship specialists before the trip, during, and debriefing after. Additionally, local ISL staff will be available at all times while in country, including regular check-ins.

 

What to Bring

Once you register for your internship we will provide you with a list of information documents, which includes a packing list. Additional items may be necessary depending on internship placement, as specified by the internship coordinator.

Meet the Staff

Innocent Charles Nkwande
Assistant Team Leader and Translator

Innocent Charles Nkwande, Inno as we call him, loves to interact with foreigners and practice his English. He is a Gospel singer/musician and is in charge of the choir at his church. Recently married, he has been working with ISL since 2012.

Teddy Chuwa Tanzania Country Coordinator
Teddy Chuwa
Country Coordinator

Teddy has a management degree and started as a Team Leader for Tanzania in 2012. She is full of life, loves to read books, play with her children, listen to music and help people.

Activity Information

Once you register for your internship we will provide you with a list of information documents, which includes a packing list. Additional items may be necessary depending on internship placement, as specified by the internship coordinator.