Training on humanitarian projects
Training on humanitarian projects

Why make humanitarian work your career?

Acting for local communities!

Why make humanitarian work your career?

We offer many programs to enable you to work in the humanitarian sector on sustainable development. There are many who focus specifically on community projects, to work in an NGO.

Training courses to work in an NGO, learning through exchange

  • An exchange of culture and experiences

RealStep’s humanitarian partner missions are long-term, social development missions that aim to work hand in hand with local communities to improve living conditions. It is not about saving populations, but about knowing them, understanding them...it is a human adventure, a cultural discovery and teamwork towards a common goal. Working in an NGO allows you to acquire a more global vision of local and international issues while immersing yourself in different cultures.

  • An exchange of skills

Social missions, solidarity projects or teaching projects could not advance or see the light of day without a real exchange of skills between participants, project coordinators and local communities. We go as much to invest and apply our skills to a development project as to receive. Working in humanitarian work abroad means learning new methods, acquiring knowledge about a different context, taking up cultural challenges, becoming familiar with new tools. This sharing of skills is fundamental for those who wish to work in an NGO, because it enriches both the individuals and the communities involved.

The Benefits of Working for an NGO

  • Rewarding Work

Working for an NGO provides a rewarding and rewarding work experience. By contributing to meaningful causes, you have the opportunity to make a positive difference in society. Whatever the field in which you choose to invest each action undertaken as part of your work within an NGO has a significant effect and we encourage you to develop this motivation with our various programs.

  • Diverse Opportunities

NGOs offer a variety of roles and opportunities, tailored to different interests and skills. Whether you want to work in the field to be closer to the beneficiary communities, or prefer more administrative and management roles, there is a place for everyone. Working for an NGO allows you to explore different areas and find the role that best suits your professional aspirations. Whether you are passionate about education, health, the environment or other causes, there are opportunities to get involved and make a difference. By offering a diverse range of positions, NGOs encourage committed and fulfilling participation for all those who wish to invest in humanitarian and development actions.

  • Global Connections

Working for an NGO gives you the opportunity to engage with diverse cultures and work on international projects. By collaborating with multicultural teams and working in diverse contexts around the world, you develop a precise understanding of global challenges and different perspectives. This immersion in cultural diversity encourages openness. By establishing connections in different countries, you help strengthen the links between individuals and communities around the world, thus promoting cooperation and solidarity at the international level. Working for an NGO is a unique way to participate in meaningful initiatives.

Field training with specialists

The training takes place on community projects, divided between America and Oceania through Africa and Asia. Being involved in humanitarian work, working in an NGO, is a permanent contact with different cultures and access to the reality of the field. On site, you join a multicultural team, and learn alongside specialists who share their experiences and values. These values, once anchored through field experience, can then be transmitted in a more global and general context, and contribute to the growth of the world and minds. Working in an NGO offers a unique opportunity to train in direct contact with the realities of the field, which is invaluable in understanding the real needs and challenges of communities.

The different training categories for working in an NGO:

  • In sports: Take different degrees in surfing or diving to specialize professionally in these disciplines.
  • In the field of education: teach in local schools and participate in community empowerment programs, and learn how it works in the field to work well in an NGO.

 

In conclusion, choosing to work in an NGO is a rewarding path both professionally and personally. The training offered by RealStep allows you to best prepare for these missions by offering an immersive and diverse experience, essential to understand and meet the needs of communities while developing yourself. Join us and learn how to work in an NGO!

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