Become a volunteer
Learn more about our educational tours and volunteer programs in Guatemala
Become a volunteer.
Learn more about our educational tours and volunteer programs in Costa Rica
A few testimonials from former volunteers
volunteering was always on my to do list and I was glad I had the chance to explore and travel Costa Rica this way. I loved my short time in San Ramon staying with my new family! Thanks to the staff and all the other volunteers for making this such a great experience!
Hugh || Australia
We had no idea what we were getting ourselves into when we first arrived in Guatemala. It was beyond comprehension the impact that the children we worked with could have on our lives after just 2 short weeks.
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Dana Selznick and Jenna Sitzer
Guatemala is an awesome country with people who are even more awesome! I enjoyed every second being there and made lots of great experiences. Working with turtles was one of the best things I have done in my life.
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Josie || Germany
I really enjoyed the program. I got to live in a Guatemalan family and participate in their daily life. The project was also fun because I could help little kids and teach English and Math
Felix || Germany
I had a great time in Costa Rica. The people and the way of living made it easy for me to feel at ease and i soon started to get closer to the culture and to other people - natives and other volunteers. I made a lot of new friends and discovered the kindness of so many people
Lea || Germany
Overall an amazing experience that challenged my perceptions regarding life in a developing country in a positive way. Living with my host family in Guatemala completely immersed me and exposed me to a culture in a way I never would have experienced as a simple tourist...Read more here
Joe || Ireland"
Design, Management, and Evaluation of Development Projects
INLEX/CA can design, manage, and evaluate development projects in the areas of non-formal and formal education (basic, bilingual, technology, parents’ involvement, teacher training, material development, and women leadership), micro-enterprise development, income generation, agriculture and natural resources, health, municipal development, and environment.