Volunteer with Coins for Change Vietnam

Coins for Change Vietnam

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Coins For Change is an organization that aids marginalized women and children throughout Vietnam by providing business and educational support through two projects, The Empowerment Plan and Teach for Change..


Volunteering Activities

Arts
Childcare
Fundraising
Human Rights Work
Sports
Teaching
Women Empowerment
Closest City: Hanoi (0.0KM)

What We Need

STUDENTS DESCRIPTION

The ages of the students at these schools/clubs depend on what level of educational institute it is. The ages of the student’s ranges between 3 and 6 for kindergartens, 6 and 12 for elementary schools, 12 and 15 for middle schools, 15 and 18 for high schools and 18 and 22 for colleges. We have different schools and you will have the chance to teach all level of students.

Our schools/clubs will provide you with a schedule of about 18 teaching hours per week. You will in charge of the lesson plan, in the classroom, with cultural exchange activities, teaching and so on. Though we have a teaching assistant (Vietnamese English teachers) to help you with every step.

We usually get students coming around from 8:00 – 11:00 AM and 3:00 - 9:00 PM on the weekdays and from 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM on the weekends. Each Class is 1 hour and a half and you will need to take a maximum of 3 classes a day (on weekends) and having at least 2 days off a week.

The full description of schools and the province’s tourism attraction will be sent to you after your application are accepted. Though you can move from province to province during your stay (more than 3 months)! It makes more fun and as well helps you better understand the country and how cultural/natural/food diversify it is!

We are looking for volunteers to:

1. Teach English at our schools and clubs/tutoring, helping our single mothers earn money and raising fund for the charity that leading this initiative. This project is currently implementing in Hanoi, and Hochiminh City.

2. Marketing and communication for all the organization and its brand products. This one required volunteers to stay in Hanoi, our headquarter.

3. Assist other full-time English teachers at our Female leading English Schools with:

- Organizing cultural exchange activities
- Facilitating English at our clubs, schools
- Supporting Vietnamese teachers to improve their English speaking ability
- Teach another subject such as Art, Music, Dance, Math, Geography, Chemistry…depending on your skills.
- Teach other living skills for students at charity schools or for Ethnic minority students
- Conducting environment conservation activities
- Supporting farmers with farming and husbandry in surrounding villages…

This project is currently implementing in Tuyen Quang, Thai Binh, Nghe An and Bac Giang, Vinh, Ba Ria Vung Tau, Pleiku, Danang, Son La and we are expanding our Network, thanks for unreplaceable support of volunteers just like you who continue to work tirelessly to better support women and children in Vietnam in different ways!


When & Who

All throughout the year.
Yes, we require a minimum of 3 Months
We prefer volunteers who could stay at least 3 months so that you will learn, make friend with kids and women and help them with the project that you will get involved in. Working arrangements are flexible, though we anticipate you would help a maximum of 4 -5 hours per day, 5 days a week, predominantly in the language schools and play coffee and in separate project suite your expertise.
Individuals, Groups, Retirees

What we Provide

Homestay, Volunteer House

At C4C, our volunteers have the choice of living in either a homestay or a shared volunteer house, depending on the project location. At our homestays, the volunteer will live with our local coordinator's families or with our beneficiary families themselves! Volunteers are fully supported with basic accommodations that will fit your needs. We offer a variety of both shared and private rooms depending on the location. In these homestays, you will have a chance to learn to cook traditional Vietnamese meals, experience Vietnamese home life, learn the language and explore the local areas.

Volunteers who prefer a more private experience can request to live in a Volunteer House, where they will share a fully equipped house with other volunteers. Here, volunteers share rooms or have their own private rooms, in addition to sharing bathrooms, a kitchen, a laundry room, and living rooms.

These accommodations are given in exchange for your commitment to facilitating English classes for a maximum of 20 hours per week, in addition to other activities that you have promised.

We require that our volunteers treat these accommodations with care. Please clean up after yourselves, work together to keep the house neat, and respect your host's space.

Variety, Vegetarian, Accommodate Dietary Restrictions

Volunteers are provided with at least 2 meals per day, usually including snacks throughout the day as well, at both the homestays and volunteer houses. The meals are cooked by someone in the family and we invite you to help with the preparation so that you may learn new recipes! For volunteers who have dietary restrictions, please inform your host or the person who buys the ingredients.

In addition, we require that our volunteers help with dishes after each meal. Our homestays and volunteer houses are big families, not hotels! Please clean up after yourself.

Wifi & Satellite
Hot Water
Electricity
Air Conditioning
First Aid

Our Fees

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No fee, although we suggest that you bring at around $200-$400 per month for fun activities, travel expenses, and emergencies.


More Services we Offer

May have additional fees
Pick Up/Drop Off
Orientation
Tours
Social Activities

Please note that we required volunteers to stay for at least 3 months. As we work with children, we believe that a minimum of 3 months will reduce the stress that our children experience when each volunteer leaves. Our volunteers often get very close to the children and it isn't good for them to constantly experience their loved ones leaving. Thank you for understanding.

After you finish your commitment with us and if you wish to work professionally as an English teacher in Vietnam, we will support you in finding a new position. A legal work permit for English teachers requires at least a Bachelor's Degree, TEFL or equivalent, and a non-criminal record. Although we cannot guarantee you a job, we will do our best to help you find a position and may even be able to have one of our partner schools take you on as a full-time teacher.


Contact Person

Lua X. Doan
No 25 Alley 18/163 An Duong Vuong, Tay Ho, Hanoi - Vietnam, HANOI, Vietnam.
100% response rate , 27 hour(s) response time.

Other Ways to Help

Logo and Graphic Design
Social Media Help
Research
Fundraising
Video/Photo Editing
Editing Work
Grant Writing

We are having a management team that all work online. There are thousands of work that we are doing can be done online and we need your help! Join us, we are also always online to work with you!

We are looking for children's, teen, young adult, and English language books for our community libraries in our remote project locations. Unfortunately, in Vietnam, there are very strict limits on what kinds of books we can get in the country. We also welcome art supplies and other educational supplies. We welcome donations of all kinds and want to extend a sincere thank you for your support! We promise that your donations will be put to good use.


Additional Info about Us

10 to 20 people

Our schools/clubs will provide you with a schedule of teaching hours per week. You will in charge of the lesson plan, in the classroom, with cultural exchange activities, teaching and so on. Though we have a teaching assistant (Vietnamese English teachers) to help you with every step.

We usually get students coming around from 8:00 – 11:00 AM and 3:00 - 9:00 PM on the weekdays and from 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM on the weekends. Each Class is 1 hour and a half and you will need to take a maximum of 3 classes

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Our teaching positions give you plenty of opportunities to immerse yourself in Vietnamese culture. The food, the culture, the language – You can enjoy everything that Vietnam has to offer while experiencing a rewarding career as an English teacher.

Please let our manager know if you want to stay and work as a full-time English teacher after you finish your volunteering commitment, at your interview.

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Coins For Change is a social enterprise that aids disenfranchised women and children throughout Vietnam. Our goal is to support and empower women & children who still face the difficulties and disadvantages of a traditional society that continues to build barriers that limit the freedoms and opportunities of women.

Our programs serve low-income, urban and rural families through educational and business support. With a focus on serving low-income women, such as ethnic minorities in rural areas, domestic violence victims, single mothers, and disabled women, we help remove the obstacles that prevent these disadvantaged groups from achieving success and gender equality within their communities, and therefore within Vietnam.

Through our educational and business campaigns, we offer free vocational training, job placement, free and low-cost English classes for women and children, online and offline support groups, mental health awareness, business support, and online lessons. Our campaigns focus on building life skills and providing training that increases independence and equal opportunities.

Officially established in December 2015, C4C now offers a wide range of services related to education and business within Vietnam through two programs; Teach for Change and The Empowerment Plan.

Teach for Change offers English support to low-income children in rural and urban areas within Vietnam. With the help of our passionate international volunteers and teachers, we are able to provide fluent English language services to those who otherwise would not have access. In a country where English fluency is rapidly becoming a necessary skill to compete in the national and global job market, providing these classes has become a vital part of increasing gender, ethnic, and general social equality within disadvantaged regions of Vietnam.

The Empowerment Plan aims to support disadvantaged women from multiple demographics in Vietnam, including single mothers, disabled women, ethnic minority women, domestic violence victims, and more. Coins For Change aids these marginalized groups through a holistic approach that includes support from an expansive online network, free vocational training, job placement, online & offline support groups, business opportunities and free or low-cost English classes for children.

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