In changing the lives of children in Phuket, Thailand
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A Teaching Fellow is a qualified, fluent English speaking teacher who signs a 5 or 11 month contract. This position is responsible for teaching English in RPG 36 School in Kamala, Phuket. Teaching Fellows typically serve as teachers in the classroom and activity coordinators for our after school programme, Coconut Club. This work enables the Fellow to form lasting bonds with individual students, enriching the overall experience. In addition to formal teaching hours, he or she will also give time to lesson planning and material preparation. This is a volunteer position without financial remuneration. However, our Fellows gain invaluable experience and the joy of teaching underprivileged children.
For Teaching Assistants, we ask a minimum of 1 day per week volunteering and a minimum 5 month commitment. This position allows volunteers with classroom training to interact with students while helping them learn. Teaching Assistants organize a Reading Group for 5-6 children to help them recognize words and use correct pronunciation. As a Teaching Assistant, you must have a strong dedication to organize and conduct this Reading Group without a teacher’s assistance. Although this volunteer position is unpaid, it aids the children's educational development and offers a fulfilling volunteer experience.
Our Foundation utilizes professional and experienced volunteers to organize fundraising projects, coordinate school visitors, maintain donor relations and to complete general administrative tasks. Office Fellows are required to sign a minimum 6 month contract and are expected to work 40 hours a week supporting the Director of Operations. This position does not offer financial remuneration but is an excellent stepping stone to work in the nonprofit sector. In lieu of stipend or salary, we offer accommodation and transportation.
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