November 15, 2012
Came down for a three month internship to fulfill a graduation requirement for my Public Health degree/CHES certification, I'm now on my 6th month with a plane ticket to return after the holidays! I can't speak more highly of this organization, anyone with the mildest interest in public health, human rights, international aid, or community development will find themselves totally changed by La Isla Foundation and the people of Guanacastal Sur, Nicaragua. A huge advance in professional development aside, my time with LIF has been integral in my young adulthood.
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