VOLUNTEER WORK IN LATINAMERICA

EDUCATION PROJECTS IN ECUADOR EG-SE23


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THE PROJECT

This volunteer project in Galapagos is located on the island San Cristobal and works with 2 primary schools and 2 secondary schools. The primary school teaches children from 4 to 12 years old; the secondary school teaches students from 13 to 18 years old. Foreign volunteers have an important role in this project, because the acquisition of the English language is very important for the Galapagos residents. English is important for sustaining tourism in the area but as well in scientific research, education and many other areas. The volunteer program also encourages mini-projects that volunteers can set up with the idea to improve the program or the school facilities.


YOUR ROLE AS A VOLUNTEER

The main activity of the volunteers is to teach English. During classes, you may also be involved in organizing creative activities or planning curricular activities. When volunteering in Galapagos, you are also encouraged to be involved in the local community and come up with initiative to improve the program and the school facilities. Examples are construction work, organizing sport events or planning artistic activities. You are expected to work from Monday through Friday, but working hours largely depend on the age group or level you are teaching.


WHAT THE PROJECT NEEDS

To work at this volunteer project in Ecuador you must have a basic knowledge of the Spanish language, the ability to read, write and speak English fluently, and the enthusiasm to work very well with children. It is also an asset if volunteers are creative, patient, and have good communication skills.



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