If you are interested in team placements then please check out our Step short-term mission programme.

If you are considering a Stride individual placement or longer term service in Latin America, the opportunities below provide a taste of the different placements which Latin Link are involved in. As we aim to tailor these to meet your individual skills and giftings, the opportunities below are not an exhaustive list. If you are unable to find the type of work that you would be interested in doing below then please contact us and we would be happy to help you.

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To support students in evangelism and discipleship.
Education and Training
Teacher (any subject) to work in bi-lingual schools as a form of outreach to the middle and upper classes.
Education and Training
Argentina (Chaco)
To work with the Wichi communities in the Chaco region, helping develop programmes of bi-lingual education (Wichi and Spanish), resources, etc.
Care and Social Action
Guatemala (Guatemala City)
To work alongside a team of chaplains ministering to active gang members incarcerated in several different prisons.
Guatemala (Guatemala City, Puerto Barrios, Chiquimala, Coban)
To support students in evangelism and discipleship through the Grupo Evangélico Universitario (GEU).
Education and Training
Colombia (Medellín)
Teach degree-level courses at a Bible college, particularly as a teacher in the following areas: New Testament, Systematic Theology and Practical Theology.
Education and Training
Identify and organise opportunities for Step teams and Striders throughout Brazil. You will be researching new Step and Stride projects and assessing their viability.
Education and Training
Guatemala (Escuintla)
To work with Terra Coco, a new initiative led by Christian leaders, to address ecological issues in Escuintla and the surrounding area.