Perched high on the rooftop of the world, Nepal is a country like no other. Located where the majestic snow-draped Himalayas meet the hot plains stretching up from Northern India, Nepal offers a multitude of experiences for the adventurous traveler. Visitors can spend weeks trekking the networks of mountain trails, or catch sight of a rhino or tiger at Chitwan National Park. Despite the poverty that impacts much of the country, the Nepalese people are warm and welcoming, generously sharing their time, hearts and awe-inspiring vistas.
World Endeavors offers the following programs in Nepal:
Internships in Nepal
World Endeavors’ internship opportunities are located in and around the city of Pokhara.
Interning abroad with World Endeavors enables students and professionals to enhance their credentials and gain real-world experience in their chosen field. In addition to professional experience, interns can improve foreign language skills and gain a valuable global perspective in their internship field. World Endeavors interns develop new skills and strengthen their resumes, all while forming professional and personal connections and exploring a new part of the world.
Volunteer in Nepal
World Endeavors’ volunteer opportunities are located in and around the city of Pokhara.
Volunteering abroad with World Endeavors allows individuals to make a difference in international communities by supporting projects that benefit people and the environment. Volunteers use their skills to aid children, schools, women’s groups, environmental initiatives, wildlife conservation projects, as well as community development projects. In addition to providing valuable aid, volunteers gain experience and valuable skills. Supporting international charities, gaining a new global perspective and forging new friendships are all strong reasons to consider volunteering abroad with World Endeavors.
My international experience has clearly influenced just about everything I do in my life. I feel like I have a second family and cannot wait to go back to see all my friends.
-Katie, Education Intern in Nepal