Teach English and Other Subjects
in Singburi in Thailand
Located on the riverside of River Noi – Little River in the village of Tha Kham
is where your home will be. You'll teach in either Primary or Secondary schools,
or both. Students range between 4 and 18 years old. Subjects can include English,
Physical Education, Environmental Issues, and more. This is a delightful and very
Teach Orphans at a School in Livingstone
Work with orphaned children ranging from 6 to 18, in Grades 1 to 7. You can teach
the children conversational English as well as other academic subjects. If you have
an interest in Sports, you can utilise that as well.
The Centre also has a class of nursery children from the ages of 3 to 6 years. A
very worthwhile, enjoyable placement.
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HIV / AIDS Orphan
Care and Teaching Assistance in Gweru
Make an impact on the lives of underprivileged and disabled children! Assist with
loving and caring for as well as mentoring orphans and physically disabled, from
the very young to high school age.
You'll be accommodated on a stunning private reserve and have the opportunity to
experience hands on interaction with lion cubs, elephant rides, canoeing & fishing,
and horse riding, to name a few exciting activities you can enjoy in your time off.
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How your Teaching Benefits the Children:
They want to learn because the end result will be greater opportunities in life
for them, whether career-wise or, for the luckier ones, possibly getting into a
Travellers also makes donations to most of our poorer schools. Sometimes we sponsor
the children's education or we provide money directly to the school. We also buy
necessities, food, books, uniforms, computers and teaching aids for the kids - And
this is only possible because our volunteers have chosen to do a voluntary project
And what do you gain? Valuable skills, or improve the skills you
already have. Experience in how to interact with children and yet retain authority,
a boost to your confidence, and the satisfaction of knowing that you are making
a huge difference to the children and their abilities.
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