WorldTeach
International
Sunday, April 1, 2018
Volunteer
Pay Type: 
Unpaid
40
Rolling admission
Seasonal/Limited Duration, Volunteer
No
No
No

"The success of your summer is in your hands. If you are passionate about what you’re doing then I guarantee you will have the best summer of your life." WorldTeach Namibia Volunteer

Are you looking for an exciting opportunity abroad this summer that could change your life and also have a meaningful impact on the lives of students? Do you want to improve a second language fluency, or put your language skills and education to use? WorldTeach hosts eight week volunteer teaching programs that will allow these goals to become a reality. WorldTeach has summer programs in Brazil, Ecuador, India, Morocco, Namibia, and South Africa.

Volunteers teach different subjects including English as a Foreign Language and computer technology. The format of the summer program begins with a week-long orientation upon arrival to the host country, followed by six weeks of teaching in the volunteer’s placement school. Volunteers are engaged full time in educational activities and teaching whether in the classroom, at a camp, or in another type of academic setting. The group then returns together to conclude the summer with a week-long reflection and analysis of their work, including travel excursions within the country.

WorldTeach is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization founded in 1986 at Harvard University. Read reviews from WorldTeach alumni at http://www.gooverseas.com/worldteach-reviews. Learn more and start your application at www.worldteach.org

Applicants must be native English speakers and be at least 18 years of age.

Visit www.worldteach.org and click on APPLY NOW in the upper right hand corner. Applications are accepted year round on a rolling basis but each program has a specific application deadline. Once your application is complete you'll receive an application decision within 2-3 weeks.

Summer program applications require a resume, a personal statement, and one letter of recommendation.