Posted by: v500 in Teaching on May 25th, 2012

Volunteer teaching is a good way to share your expertise and see the world. It is also a great way to know different cultures and have a good teaching experience. There are groups that can help you prepare for the volunteer teaching in case you do not have an experience yet.

Volunteer teaching in a country where you can reach out to children and other people who need your help is very rewarding and fulfilling. Here are some teaching destinations you might want to check out:

Monasteries in Nepal

Monasteries? Yes, you will be teaching the monks in this corner of Nepal. For sure you will have well behaved students who will attentively listen. These are young monks between the ages of 7 thru 12. In between classes and during holidays, you will be able to do some trekking and enjoy the most wonderful sceneries in the world.

Children of Kitengela in Kenya

Kitengela is a small town in the historic district of Kenya. Aside from helping the kids develop their English, you will be exposed to the traditional culture of the locals. The people have suffered under the hands of owners of big lands. The people are trapped in between their traditions and the modern world.

Locals of the Galapagos Island

The Galapagos Island is considered among the new wonders of the world. Teaching English on this island will help the locals connect with the rest of the world. In the first place, who will be the best people to explain what Galapagos can offer.

The underprivileged in Swaziland

A big chunk of the population of Swaziland is unemployed and sending their children to school is the least of priorities for a lot of families. Imagine how teaching them something to enrich their language will be an advantage when they step out of their homes.

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