Govt. Regd. No.: 1290 | Social Welfare Council Affilation. No. 39746

Teaching in School

Teaching in Community School

VCN’s teaching volunteer program aims at international volunteers who are looking to take part in Nepalese school environment. This program provides volunteers an opportunity to teach different subjects they are English, Science, Math, Social Science, Environmental Science and so on. It is hoped you will not teach the subject matter, but also help to apply those skills in various extracurricular activities. VCN believes in following this, the student will be practicable in real life situation with the help of various knowledge and skills. VCN hopes a vital life skill to deliver the student and their local communities by your support. Nepali People are awaiting external life skill which is only possible this sorts of volunteer programs.

 

 
 
PROGRAM INFORMATION
 Program :
Teaching
 Project: Skill Development
Language Requirements: 
English (Basic Nepali is provided)
 Food & Accommodation: 
Nepali Standard at host family in the working community
 Key Activities: Teaching various skills, organizing creative activities
 Start Date: Students, school teachers, community
 Beneficiaries:  
Students, School Teacher, Community
 Working Hours:  
5 hours a day / 5 days a week
 Required Qualification:
No formal training needed flexible passion to work with People.
 Project Location :
 Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, Lalitpur, Parbat, Dolakha etc. (Possible according to your choice)
 Terminal :
 Kathmandu, Nepal-Tribhuvan International Airport
 Benefit:   Observe natural beauty, cultural exchange, appreciation letter, increase praise and prestige, Knowledge exchange, good friendship and so on.

Volunteers will be responsible for teaching English in Nepal for 2 to 3 hours each day, six days a week. Most of the students range in age from 6 to 13. In Nepal, 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. English teaching volunteers do not have to be native English speakers. The schools in Nepal are closed during the holidays and exam periods. During these times, VCN will organize alternative tasks for our volunteers to do, such as assisting in our clubs, teaching English to local youths, etc.Government school children will be 6 to 16 years of age and the number of students per class can range from 10 to 70. Volunteers will also participate using their time teaching children before and after school hour.

Because of the lack of resources and other disturbances, schools are often closed, sometimes for days at a time. Therefore, it is very important that volunteers provide English lessons after school, for groups of all ages, so that children can continue their studies as well as simply have something productive to do with their time. These classes also reach out to those in the community who cannot attend formal school, either because of financial difficulties or other responsibilities. Volunteers may involve themselves in other community building activities with our local volunteers. They can help local teachers collect teaching resources and design effective lessons, as well as co-teaches certain lessons.