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Programas de Voluntariado Internacional en México

Sentio  te ofrece la posibilidad de trabajar voluntariamente en áreas de tu interés, en el marco de proyectos de corte social o medioambiental, al mismo tiempo que practicás otro idioma y desarrollás una gran cantidad de habilidades que potenciarán tu capacidad laboral.

Esta es tu oportunidad para redescubrirte y abrir nuevas puertas para tu futuro profesional, al tiempo que colaborás con una causa que beneficiará a tu comunidad y país anfitrión, en tu caso, México

Todos los destinos son con cupos a confirmar, en el caso de México el programa es de Semestre.

Costo del programa

El costo del mismo es de 3250 Dólares + 9.500.000 de guaraníes.

El pago del monto se fracciona en 4 cuotas y se debe cancelar 1 mes antes de la fecha de viaje.

 ¿Que incluyen los costos?

Pasaje de ida y vuelta

* Asistencia con la solicitud de visa

* Seguro médico

* Orientación en Paraguay y en el país anfitrión

* Familia anfitriona

* Transporte desde la casa al trabajo y viceversa.



Tener entre 18 y 24 años.


Estos son los pasos a seguir para postularte:

1er Paso: ingresá a

2° Paso: completá el formulario bajo el ícono “SOLICITA PROGRAMA”

3er Paso: Registrate y llená el formulario de servicio comunitario

4° Paso: Aboná la suma de inscripción Gs. 150.000-.

5° Paso: Acercate a la oficina nacional o a la Representación Local de AFS más cercana con la siguiente documentación:


* una (1) fotocopia autenticada por escribano de tu cédula de identidad.

* una (1) fotocopia del pasaporte.


Quedamos pendientes de cualquier consulta.

Detalles del Programa

  • Tipo de Programa
    • Volunteering
  • Ubicación
  • Programa individual o para grupos

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Host Family & Community

Life in Egypt usually revolves around extended family, religious events and activities. You can be hosted throughout Egypt, most likely in urban and suburban areas of Alexandria, Cairo, El Fayoum, El Menya, Giza, Ismailia, Port Said and Tanta. If you’re in an urban area, expect to live in an apartment, while people in more rural areas usually live with extended family in a big house. Jokes are a common way to socialize, so join the fun. 


You will probably attend a regular Egyptian high school, although some students attend an international U.S. schools. The school year runs from September until May, with a two-week break in January. School week starts on Sunday and ends on Thursday. Most students wear uniforms. Some classes may be taught in English, others in Arabic, and you may choose some subjects, depending on the school.

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The official language of Egypt is Arabic, with many regional dialects spoken all over the country. English is also commonly used and is taught in schools starting with first grade. Having a good knowledge of English will help you adjust and enjoy your program. AFS will also help you find a course in Arabic and your host school might have classes of Arabic as a second language.


The Egyptian diet is typically rich in beans, bread, rice, vegetables and fruits. Lunch is the most significant meal of the day and is often followed by an afternoon rest. Falafel(fried bean balls), and koshary (a dish of rice and lentils) can be purchased from street vendors all over Egypt.

Let AFS guide your intercultural adventure

Go abroad with AFS to discover who you really are, make new lifetime friendships and immerse yourself in a fascinating intercultural experience.

Our learning program will prepare you for an amazing AFS intercultural experience. The program begins at your home country with a pre-departure orientation and continues with orientations and other supported learning activities and facilitated conversations will help you maximize your experience, cope the challenges of navigating a new culture and community and gain knowledge, skills, and a global understanding, throughout your time abroad, and as you return to you home country. AFS volunteers will be there to support and guide you and your host family through your learning journey abroad.


The Global Competence Certificate (GCC) program will support your intercultural learning experience. This state-of-the-art program prepares you to successfully navigate new cultural environments—during your AFSNext experience and long after you finish the program. Online intercultural learning modules combined with in-person sessions help you develop practical and global skills, knowledge and attitudes that employers need and mission-driven organizations believe will help achieve their social impact goals. You will receive your certification upon completion of the training program.