Despite its reputation, life in Cape Town is not only picturesque sunsets and world-famous wine farms. There’s a strong start up and entrepreneur culture in the Mother City, and that means there are many ways to get networking for good when you come and intern here. And one of the things we really like about…
We recently had the privilege and pleasure of hosting fifteen Grade 5 & 6 kids from the Lalela project. LALELA (la·le·la) v.: A Zulu word that means ‘to Listen’. For those of you who have not yet heard about them, they are an amazing arts education non profit in Cape Town. ‘Lalela provides educational arts for at-risk youth…
Cape Town’s diverse population lends itself to a unique culture – different from anywhere else in the world. Food and culture are intricately intertwined and in this way, Cape Town’s rich heritage is reflected in its delicious and exotic food. During your internship in Cape Town you’ll find the Mother City is very well known…
If you are planning an internship with if I could… in New Delhi you’re in for an adventure of a lifetime. Expect to be amazed and in awe at the diversity, color, uniqueness and intensity of this remarkable city, with a truly fascinating history, culture, music, traditions, handicrafts and food.
South Africa is rich in its history and culture and Cape Town, otherwise known as the Mother City is routinely voted one of the most beautiful places in the world and even though we can guarantee you won’t get bored just sitting around looking at our mountain, we still want you to go out and experience all our city has to offer!
Cape Town is not only famous for its beautiful scenery. It is also known for its mouthwatering array of foods from many different cultures. The if i could… team is always willing to take you around to the adventurous eateries of the Cape, including Malay, French, Italian, African, Brazilian, Greek, Chinese, Thai and also Indian.
We’ve got some awesome articles in our latest if i could… Newsletter this month! We highlight our efforts at the GoGlobal Expo in Boston last week, showcase our internship opportunities in Cape Town and New Delhi, share the best travel apps to help you plan your trip and stay connected, a look into a great book about the slums of India: Poor Little Rich Slum, and go on a tour of Robben Island with our interns. Enjoy this edition and share your thoughts with us on Facebook and Twitter!
We traveled across the world, from Cape Town to Boston, to share our life-changing if i could… internship programme with students and graduates in the USA at the GoGlobal Expo in Boston on Sunday, 28 September.
We are preparing for the GoGlobal Expo in Boston this Sunday, 28 September – our first major international expo to share information about our life-changing internships in the South Africa and India development sectors!
All great travel apps have one thing in common: they all solve a problem you didn’t even realise you had! That said, being simply useful is no longer enough for app developers aspiring to greatness. Whether they’re cutting down journey times, pointing you in the direction of authentic cuisine or reminding you to apply sunscreen, these free travel apps will show you a new way to look at the world. So read on and plan your trip abroad!