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February 6, 2019

Alexandra - Working as a Language Assistant at Colegio Britanico de Sevilla

'My work placement is brilliant! It’s a 2 hour commute (walk then bus) but it’s such a beautiful city in the mornings that the time flies by. I’ve been assigned one child at my school to work with as she has very little reading and writing ability in Spanish and in English but I look forward to it everyday as when it clicks you know you’ve done your job! It’s definitely...

January 30, 2019

Sophie & Ellie - Foodbank Workers & Teaching Assistants at Co-operacion Internacional

- Photo curtesy of Sophie & Ellie or donated clothes at Co-operacion  

'The internship at Cooperación Internacional consists of helping out at a food bank and teaching English. At the food bank, we work 4 days a week and our role varies a lot. At the beginning, we completed paperwork because you can sit behind a desk and focus on one task. We have to ch...

January 28, 2019

Eduardo - Working at Hombre y Territorio

'My name is Eduardo and I am currently working at Hombre y Territorio, a respected NGO in Spain mostly taking care of the social media, newsletter material and content and other Marketing aspects in 2 of their main projects. Although it hasn't been long I started, I'm finding my projects really interesting especially because I am being key to deliver such important contributions to the environment, seeing...

December 14, 2018

B3ST team have caught up with our current interns, now that their internship is coming to an end to find out how they can look back on their time in Seville and what their plans are going forward!

Photo courtesy of Matilda

Here is how Rossella found her 3 months in Seville and what she plans on getting up to once the internship finishes;

Photo courtesy of Rossella 

'My time in Seville has been absolutely amazing, and now that the end is approaching...

November 7, 2018

Megan - Talking about working at Cooperación Internacional

'So far, the internship has been extremely rewarding in terms of the job role and the challenges that I am trying to overcome. As an A1 Spanish beginner, my biggest challenge has been adapting to work in a Spanish organisation. Luckily, the members of staff are so kind and patient, taking their time to speak slower or to rephrase their Spanish so I am able to understand them (or at least...

October 18, 2018

This is part 2 of finding out how our interns are getting on with internship and life in Seville;

Rossella - Working at Hombre y Territorio

'I would say that my experience in Seville so far has been extraordinary, and I'm not exaggerating. I didn't know in detail what I was going to do in my organisation before coming here, but it turned out to be exactly the type of job that I wanted.I currently work at Hombre y Territorio, an environmental orga...

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