Are you wondering if Outreach360's Virtual Impact Program is the right remote opportunity for you? During this 1-hour informational session, we will share about Outreach360's Virtual Fall Internship, a unique language-learning opportunity in which interns will engage Outreach360 students in English and Spanish conversations for just two hours each week. This 12-week program has been specifically designed to fit into the busy schedule of high school and university students with a passion for service and an interest in practicing their Spanish. Join our informational session to learn how the program is structured, what to expect from your service time, and how to register.
Audrey Sharp started volunteering with Outreach360 in high school and joined us as a college intern in Nicaragua in 2013. She graduated from the University of Michigan with a Bachelor's Degree in Spanish and International Studies with a focus on Comparative Culture and Identity in Latin America. Audrey served as a leader with Outreach360 from May 2015 to December 2017, both in the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua. She now lives in northern Vermont and focuses on Outreach360's donors and fundraising from her home office.
Julie Sadofsky hails from Omaha, Nebraska. She attended the University of Nebraska, where she received her Bachelor's Degree in Communication Studies, Global Studies, Judaic Studies, Spanish, and History. Prior to working with Outreach360, Julie served in the Peace Corps in the Dominican Republic for three years as an Early Childhood Literacy Promoter and then as the Regional Volunteer Coordinator for the northernmost region of the country. She lives in Monte Cristi with her daughter Esme and partner Julio.