Eco-Education - Mexico

SUMMER 2017
CLIMATE ACTION

Organization Details:

The Secretary of Sustainable Development of the municipality of Colon, Querataro, Mexico works to improve the understanding of Mexican youth regarding sustainability practices and maintaining green culture.

Roles and Responsibilities:

The volunteer will be responsible for promoting and educating young children to adolescents about the importance of conservation and protecting the environment. The volunteer will participate in community development projects, such as reforestation activities, throughout the municipality of Colon.

Logistics:

Local AIESEC members will pick you up from the Aeropuerto Intercontinental de Querétaro and provide you a buddy to help you integrate into local culture and life. You will stay in with a host family, in dormitory or shared intern flat. Three meals are provided per working day.

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