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Andemos Internship is an intensive, 3-12 month volunteer program for young adults who seek justice and desire to learn and serve in a Paz y Esperanza office in their specific field of interest.   


This program is especially aimed at students or recent graduates interested in gaining substantial professional and life experience. However, we also welcome seasoned professionals who are eager to leverage their experience in defense of vulnerable populations.


A service-learning internship with experienced staff in one of the following areas: law, psychology, research and development, environment, children’s home care assistant, social work, theology, communication, advocacy, and education. Find out more in Internship Opportunities.

* All opportunities on this site are unsalaried.


One of Paz y Esperanza’s offices and/or project sites in Peru, Bolivia, or Ecuador. Learn more about where we work in Places.


Internships generally begin in January or July. However, these dates can be flexible.

How much?

The average program cost for six months is $3,200 but this amount may vary based on your specific placement. Please read more in Costs.

I live?


The Andemos team will arrange safe housing accommodations for each volunteer that is close to the place of work and, preferably, with a host family.



Apply online or contact us at with any questions!

Matt’s Story

“I’m conducting research on the rights of indigenous groups in relation to environmental policy during a six month internship with Paz in Moyobamba, Peru. Paz is doing incredible work in Moyobamba. It has been humbling to work alongside the staff at Paz y Esperanza. They have a drive for excellence in the way that they serve, and their gracious work environment provides space for me to make mistakes and to learn from them.” 


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