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...

October 9, 2018

Our new interns arrived in Seville nearly three weeks ago. I have asked each intern to tell me a little bit about what they've been up to in their spare time and how they are getting on with their placements and life in Seville! 

Below are a few of their experiences;

Rosa - talking about her placement at EBD

'My internship is with 'Estación Biológica de Doñana' - the name suggests that I am working inside Doñana National Park but I am actually wor...

March 19, 2018

How does your usual day in Seville look like? 

Verónica Valdés Vega: 

Seville is a beautiful city to walk. Every morning I walk through town to get the bus that will take me to the food bank that is in the outskirts of the city. The cobblestone streets and yellow alleys are the most pleasant commute to work. Working for Cooperación Internacional is a great immersion in Spanish culture, everyone and everything that happens there is a very good...

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