Teach English volunteer program Nepal provides an opportunity to teach in community school, institutions, Buddhist Monastery and Nunnery. Teaching English as a volunteer will give you the opportunity to teach students who are eager to learn and improve their abilities in English. Students will also benefit from cultural exchange and different teaching techniques. Nepal is one of the poorest and least developed countries in the world. A large portion of the population lives below the poverty line and there is widespread unemployment. Donating your time as a volunteer English teacher in Nepal is a great way to spend your gap year, career break or extended vacation. Teaching Nepalese children is thoroughly enjoyable experience. Teach English volunteer program is open to everyone. No matter what you believe your skill level to be, you have something meaningful and helpful to offer. CSVFN provides a meaningful placement for anyone willing to volunteers to assist with teaching at preschool and primary levels, and believe that teaching skills required for volunteering for this program are a willingness to learn and an open mind. Volunteers often find songs and games useful in maintaining the children’s attention and in encouraging them to speak or sing in English. In some placements, volunteers not only teach English but also music and dance, crafts, cooking and the concept of playing. Students are between 4 to 14 years of age. English teaching volunteers do not have to be native English speakers. In Nepal, English is becoming more and more of a required skill for job placement, educational advancement and future success. As a volunteer English teacher you do not need to be native in English but you do need to have good knowledge of the language. It is not necessary any formal teaching qualifications. Each school has its own English teachers who assist our volunteers with teaching methods, offer advice on solving communication barriers and provide suitable curricula for the classroom.
There are many schools and institutions that educate children but they’re mostly expensive and unaffordable to the poor and orphan. Our volunteers in teaching English projects will work in schools attended by students of poor families in rural villages. You will teach students who are eager to learn from volunteers like you. You’ll converse with them to improve their speech, teach English according to official curriculum and use your own material or creative ideas to teach English in a different but fun way. This is also a perfect opportunity if you want to gain some teaching experience, serve the poor and help build your own career. Let’s join our teach English volunteer project.
There are two types of teaching English volunteer program are popular between volunteer which are listed below.
1. Teach English volunteer at Buddhist Monastery or Nunnery
2. Teach English volunteer in community Schools
Highlights: Teach English volunteer placements available on host family or volunteer hostel.
Available duration: 2weeks to 12 weeks
Experience required: It is necessary teaching skills and qualification to involve in Teach English volunteer program. You must be known the teaching method and knowledge about English language and grammar. Upon your arrival you will receive relevant training towards the projects. You should however have passion to teach children’s, monk, and others. If you are flexible and patient, you’ll cope better during the project and successfully complete your project as working conditions. For this project volunteer may need physical efforts, so you should be in good health. We just ask our volunteers to be flexible, enthusiastic, be patient and an open mind. This program is open to worldwide participants, families, couples and individuals.
Project location: The project placements are located in all over Nepal according to your interest. Teach English volunteer placements are located within 2-4 km. from their accommodation and volunteers use local transportation such as mini bus or taxis for their commuting.
Teach English volunteer start dates: The program starts on the 1st and 15th of each month, year round.
Program requirements: Volunteers must be 16 years or older at the beginning of the program. Volunteers need to have an open mind and flexible attitude for working in a new and different environment. The volunteer should bring energy and enthusiasm to make a difference.
Arrangement of room/food/supervision: CSVFN will manage your accommodation, food and supervision while you work in a volunteer program. You will stay either with a host family, in a project hostel or in a home base. In the home base, you’ll share your room with other volunteers and use communal toilets. You’ll be served 3 meals a day. Meals in the home base can be local or continental. In the host family, you’ll have a room for yourself and will be served 3 local meals a day. Staying with a host family will provide you with a wonderful opportunity to experience Nepali lifestyle and live with a warm and welcoming family. You can even learn to cook Nepali food. While volunteering, our staffs will visit you every two weeks. During the visit, we will check on your progress and make sure you’re satisfied and happy.
Transportation: Volunteers are met at the Nepal international airport in Kathmandu, upon arrival into Nepal. Once you are in your placement you need to work out transport for any traveling you wish to do, whether this is simply to the local shops or further a field for sightseeing. Travel will usually be by micro bus, tempo, taxi, larger buses or simply walking, several projects are just walking distance.
Trip upgrade: We proudly offer this project and travel packages in Nepal. You can customize or upgrade this travel itinerary to meet your specific interests. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us via e-mail. We are looking forward to hear from you.
Note: You will also need a weekly budget up to $ 10 to cater for all your personal expenses like bath soap, laundry, Telephone, mineral water etc.
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