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Construction Volunteer in Costa Rica

Construction Volunteer in Costa Rica

Construction Volunteer in Costa Rica

Trip Details:

Operator:   IVHQ
Price From: 430 USD
Ideal Age Range:  High School (15 to 18), 19 to 30, 31 to 50, Over 51
Fitness Needs:  Moderately Fit
Program duration: 1 week

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About this program

Venture to Costa Rica and join a construction and renovation volunteer program where you’ll work to support the underfunded projects in San Jose. As a volunteer on this program, you’ll have the opportunity to assist with refreshing projects and bringing new life and support into the local community. 

Your volunteer placement is best suited to you if you have a passion for hard work and are looking to be challenged. As you work with the local community, you’ll need to bring a positive attitude and enthusiasm, offering support wherever needed. 

Some of the projects you may be a part of include: 

  • Renovating childcare centers and clinics
  • Painting community centers and helping with landscaping or gardening

As you assist a local construction working on this program, you are not required to have previous experience, but you should be of good physical fitness, have good energy, and show immense heart and dedication to the program. 

Itinerary

Volunteer Schedule

While the volunteer schedule will vary depending on the needs of the program, volunteers should expect something along the lines of the following: 

 

8:00 am - Breakfast

9:00 am - Leave for placement, join local staff and collect roster for duties. Hours depend on the program. 

12:00 pm - Lunch 

1:00-5:00 pm - Continue work until completed and enjoy some free time before dinner. 

7:00 pm - Dinner

 

Country Fast Facts

Costa Rica

Flag
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Continent:
Central America
Official Language(s)
Spanish
Capital:
San Jose
Population
4,586,353 (2011 census)
Climate(s)
Equatorial, Monsoon, Tropical Savanna
Major Airport(s):
Juan Santamaria Airport (SJO), Daniel Oduber Airport (LIR)
Economic Driver(s):
Tourism, Agriculture, Exports, Energy

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