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Volunteer in Teaching related activities

Volunteer in Teaching related activities

Teaching while volunteering abroad is one of the most popular types of volunteering, and it’s also one of the most rewarding. As a teacher, you will often be helping to educate children in local communities on a subjects like English, Math, Geography, Science, and Computer Science. There are also lots of volunteer opportunities to teach adults, who are often eager to also improve their English, computer skills, and gain additional professional skills.

GivingWay offers a wide selection range of teaching volunteering abroad opportunities, including teaching Math, English, Eco Tourism, Communication Skills, Business Training for Women, Health and Hygiene, Life Skills, and more.


Volunteer Abroad with Local Non-Profits

RIDO

Summer 2018: Join a Group of Volunteers to help make a Ugandan Community Self-Sustainable

Masaksa, Uganda.
July 1 - July 15, 2018
RIDO (Rural Integrated Development Organization) is a Non-Profit Community-Based Organization located in the Masaka District of Uganda. Established in 2007 to spread awareness about HIV/AIDS prevention to the grassroots communities, RIDO expanded its activities to tackling environmental issues working hand in hand with local communities of Masaka. In partnership with these communities, our current efforts are in addressing a variety of development issues they have identified. Their most pressing issues are poor health, environmental conservation, lack of skills for development and poverty. Together with the communities some of the projects we are working on are the construction of underground water tanks, energy saving stoves, vegetable gardens, tree planting and skills development. RIDO aims to improve the livelihood status of the rural-based people of Kyesiiga and other communities in Masaka while working with women and youth and giving support to the most vulnerable in the community.


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How to Volunteer in Teaching related activities

Why Volunteer in the Teaching field?

Volunteering abroad as a teacher can be a life-changing experience, for both the volunteer and the students. Providing important education and life skills offers local communities a real chance at improving their quality of life, so the impact you have can be enormous. It's also an opportunity to really understand and embrace cultures that may be very different to your own, and get to know the daily struggles that people face around the world. 

How to choose the right volunteer organization?

Firstly, search for a nonprofit organization that has similar values to you. This way, you’ll be motivated to give your best while volunteering abroad.
Also, ensure that the time are you committing to is a good fit with your lifestyle. It’s important to realize that teaching abroad is a commitment (especially when teaching children).

Most organizations don’t require previous teaching experience to be able to volunteer abroad, some do request certain knowledge and qualifications. If this is the case, be sure you meet these qualifications in order to set realistic expectations.

The main requirement for most volunteers to have a good understanding of written and spoken English.


What is it like to volunteer in the Teaching field?

Volunteer teachers play an important role in supporting underprivileged children and young adults. Part of the responsibilities often include helping local teachers with their day-to-day tasks, teaching the children and also playing with them. As a volunteer teacher, you may well find yourself teaching children in an unfamiliar environment, requiring you to be creative and improvise. You might also find yourself helping with other things like games and sports.  

Essential information about volunteering in the Teaching field

If you decide to volunteer abroad as a teacher, it’s important to make sure that you have fulfilled all the visa requirements for the country you are travelling to.

Check vaccine requirements, the climate, and any other safety precautions needed. The more prepared you are, the better your volunteering experience abroad will be!