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On Nov 9th, 2015, I interviewed Shelby Marie about her fascinating work with HIV/AIDS and Sustainable Bolivia partner organization Vivo en Positivo.
She told me how interning and volunteering has improved her career prospects: it has allowed her to move into her chosen field, travel, work on her Spanish and get some amazing work experience. Here’s her awesome story (includes swear words): Jessie: So what’s your background?
I was their Field Human Resources Intern, so I was doing a whole bunch with internal logistics, recruitment, and general administration. They’re an advocacy-based organization who put on concerts, and really try to push the almost-interested-in-global-politics to take action and start getting involved at a very easy pace. ” It’s also one of the few programs that don’t charge you a lot of money to volunteer, so that’s nice. We’re going to give out a survey to 400 students, half foreigners and half Bolivians on the subject of why university students studying in Cochabamba aren’t interested in getting HIV tests.
I was their Shared Services Associate, so I was in charge of pretty much all of the back-end HR stuff, finance and office management. Jessie: So what kind of work are you doing with your organization? I am writing an article right now for the survey; one in English and one in Spanish, and hopefully someone will translate it into Portuguese.
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Any traveller brave enough to explore this enigmatic land is sure to be rewarded with some of the most awe-inspiring scenery and refreshingly original culture South America has to offer.So far I haven't seen the Cydonia region on Mars claimed to be Atlantis.But, I have yet to read a certain new book on the "archaeology" of Mars. The available research shows that Tiwanaku was never a port city on Lake Titicaca.Looking at available maps and geomorphic studies, it is quite clear that Posnansky (1943) was an inexperienced geomorphologist.His so-called shoreline appears to be nothing more than the valley wall of a river valley cut into the deposits of Lake Ballivan on which Tiwanaku lies.
During rainy season, water pools on the ground reflecting the white clouds and blue skies in a spectacular scene that allows you to imagine yourself walking on air.