Volunteers will work on fundraising projects and activities following current initiatives in Kwah Dao and their own skill set. This could include grant writing and social media outreach, contacting other organisations, and helping with local fundraisers and sales. This would take up approximately two days per week, with the remainder of time spent working in our Youth Centre.
Volunteers will plan, prepare and teach English lessons to classes of up to 10 students. Lessons will follow the Kwah Dao curriculum, and be supervised by our English Co-ordinator, who is on hand to help will planning and teaching support. Ages and abilities of students vary, although we will try to fit you in with the classes that you prefer. The number of classes per volunteer will vary depending on how many volunteers we have and how many other tasks you are working on, and may also include individual reading practice with students, supervision of out-of-class English activities, or extra classes for smaller groups of students who are struggling in the regular classes.
In addition, all of our volunteers help out with running the day, including setting up in the morning, supervising children, helping to set up for and clear away lunch, and cleaning. We are flexible as to how many hours per week volunteers want to do, but if you are available we always have extra tasks to do in the week to develop the programs and improve the centre.
- Child Care
- Teaching / Instruction
- English as a Secondary Language (ESL)
- Grant Writing / Research
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