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The Alternative Spring Break Alternative!

blueEnergy Nicaragua’s Spring Break Internship Program 

is a unique one-week opportunity for individuals who want to learn hands-on about community development, experience new cultures, work hard and have fun doing it! Interns will have the opportunity to learn about and participate in solar panel installations, water filter construction and community development initiatives that directly impact the lives of those less fortunate. Have the experience of a lifetime during your Spring Break while participating in blueEnergy’s renewable energy, water, and community development work on the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua!

Internship opportunities

Rural Solar Panel Installations: blueEnergy’s energy team is committed to bringing clean light and the opportunities that come with it to the people of the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua. From construction in the workshop to installation in the community, interns will be involved in providing single-home lighting systems to beneficiaries and their families. 

Water Filter Installations: blueEnergy’s water team works to provide access to clean drinking water to beneficiaries in Bluefields, Nicaragua. This is a region that lacks municipal water and sewage services. From training to building to installing, interns will be involved in the process of ensuring access to clean water to those who need it most!


· A close-up look at international community development

· Hands-on experience in renewable energy implementation

· Hands-on experience in clean water initiatives

· Language immersion

· Exposure to the rich culture of Nicaragua’s Caribbean coast.

blueEnergy’s Spring Break Internship Program is a real-world experience that aims to empower young people to take a leadership role in their home communities and in international development. It will set them apart from their peers and provide necessary skills to help accomplish their academic and career goals. Interns will gain leadership skills, learn to work in culturally diverse groups and expand their knowledge of project development.

More Info

The Spring Break Internship Program runs for one week, with flexible start and end dates. Fees cover room, board, internet, laundry, emergency medical insurance and project-based travel and a one-of-a-kind experience.

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