Opportunities

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.

Browse the list of opportunities below and click on any that are of interest for further information. Alternatively, you can use the ‘search’ option.

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If you haven’t found quite what you are looking for, please contact us, and tell us what you would like to do.

Church development
Guatemala (Guatemala City)
Youth and schools work in marginalised communities.
Care and Social Action
Guatemala (Guatemala City)
Work with Vidas Plenas in the Limonada area of Guatemala City.
Education and Training
Nicaragua (Managua)
Work with the church Dios es amor in the slums of Managua and teach English, Arts and Christian values to primary school children.
Care and Social Action
Nicaragua (Managua)
Work in the centre run by the Nueva Imagen ministry for women and teenagers at high risk of prostitution.
Education and Training
Spain/España
Identify and organise opportunities for Step teams and Striders throughout Spain. You will be researching new Step and Stride projects and assessing their viability.
Care and Social Action
Germany/Alemania
Work in an international cafe in one of the biggest cities in Germany. The cafe is located in a multicultural district and receives people from different nationalities, religions and backgrounds.
Education and Training
Peru
To work alongside the national evangelical student movement (AGEUP).
Development
Guatemala (Escuintla)
To work with Terra Coco, a new initiative led by Christian leaders, to address ecological issues in Escuintla and the surrounding area.

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