The World Organization for Peace (OMPP/WOFP) carries out constant humanitarian aid actions for the benefit of hundreds of people at the national and international levels, where we maintain active presence. Therefore, the collaboration and constant participation of governments at all levels, public and private sector institutions, civil associations, and the entire civil society, are of paramount importance to achieve our objectives and build a better world for all.
The OMPP/WOFP’s Blue Brigade is made up of various institutional members, as well as multiple volunteers who demonstrate their conviction to help those who need it most day by day.
To promote the concept of “social peace” in our country’s society at all times to maintain an atmosphere of respect and solidarity.
Attitude of respect, tolerance, responsibility, and solidarity towards the beneficiaries during the dynamics and/or projects carried out by the OMPP/WOFP.
Attitude of respect, tolerance, responsibility, and solidarity towards the beneficiaries during the dynamics and/or projects carried out by OMPP/WOFP.
Demonstrate conviction of support and solidarity during adverse times towards the vulnerable people in our country.
Wear the name of OMPP/WOFP with pride during the development of activities to showcase the actions being taken in a positive manner.
The World Organization for Peace (OMPP/WOFP) provides specialized attention to current students and recent graduates who are considering entering the world of humanitarian assistance work by undertaking an internship for Social Service and Professional Practices.
In the OMPP/WOFP, interns can experience first-hand the day-to-day activities of the organization’s humanitarian assistance, as well as have the opportunity to work directly with professionals in the field.
Candidates wishing to undertake their Social Service and Professional Practices internship must meet the following requirements:
Present a document issued by their educational institution describing that the interested person will begin or requests to join the internship program.
Specify in which area of OMPP/WOFP they wish to cover their internship.
Intermediate to fluent proficiency in any official language.
Show conviction of support and solidarity in situations that require the implementation of humanitarian assistance activities.
It is important to note that internships at OMPP/WOFP are not paid, so all expenses related to transportation and living costs must be covered by the interns or their educational institutions.