Despite two million people bustling around Guayaquil, the city opens its arms to newcomers with a hearty welcome. Whether you’re along the riverfront or in the city center, there’s something exciting for you to discover. The largest ferris wheel in South America? Trees draped with iguanas? A striped lighthouse on a hill? Find all of this and more. You’ll be working in a school that is supported through sponsorships for students and families with limited resources in the community of Bastión Popular, which was originally settled by squatters on the outskirts of the city.