Teach English to children in rural BoliviaBiblioWorks Published: October 28, 2015
Encourage a love of languages, learning, and literacy by giving English classes in a rural library. If you speak English fluently and enjoy teaching, this is the project for you!
This position is located in rural communities around Sucre.
- Creating effective and dynamic 1-hour lessons for each group of students
- Preparing lesson plans in the office
- Organizing materials for classes
- Contributing, where required, to the BiblioWorks website with updates on your project and your experiences working with us
- Previous experience in education or with children
- Fluency in English
- Strong initiative, as the position will have minimal supervision
- Intermediate level of Spanish desirable
- 20 hours weekly time commitment to the project, with a minimum five week commitment
- Monetary means to pay for transport, accommodations, and food
Materials needed to Apply
BiblioWorks does not charge a fee to international volunteers. However, given that we rely entirely upon donations and fundraising to keep us running day-to-day, we ask that you fundraise, where possible, a donation for the organization. This will go a long way towards helping us to reach our mission of bringing reading to the children of Bolivia. We can email you our fundraising guide for more details and suggestions for how you could fundraise, even if you are not currently based in your home country. BiblioWorks also does not provide any stipend or housing, however we are able to help volunteers locate low-cost housing.
Please send your CV and a completed application form to email@example.com. Feel free to send us any questions that you may have as we are keen to make the process of volunteering as clear as possible!
For more information visit our website http://biblioworks.org/volunteer-in-bolivia/volunteer-opportunities/ where you will also find links to our volunteer handbook as well as our application form.
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