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What Kunming Teachers Are Saying about Volunteers in China…

Volunteers in China

In the summer, Kunming University runs a 2- to 3- week “staff development” English program for an intact group of Chinese English teachers from elementary, middle and high schools in the area. Global Volunteers is invited to assist every year with the program. Volunteers lead Chinese English teachers in conversations to help improve their English […]

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New Volunteer Project in Peru

New volunteer project in Peru

We’ve recently started a new volunteer project in Peru. Global Volunteers has been asked to help in Miraflores, one of the most beautiful districts in Lima and for sure the most tourist-friendly. The Municipality of Miraflores, through its Human Development Department, has asked us to help in various community projects both in the Miraflores Community […]

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Teaching Abroad Opportunities for Experienced Teachers

volunteer opportunities for experienced teachers

Experienced and retired teachers tell us frequently how much they enjoy engaging with new students and teachers in a new culture and in new classrooms on a service program abroad. One of the most fulfilling challenges our volunteers report is leveraging the skills they’ve honed over decades to benefit children who might have been exposed […]

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Recommended Teaching Volunteer Abroad Programs

Teaching Volunteer Abroad Programs

“Once A Teacher, Always A Teacher.” Whether you’re an aspiring teacher, experienced teacher or retired teacher, you’ll always be a teacher. And volunteering with Global Volunteers may be the perfect opportunity for you to share and develop your teaching skills while gaining international volunteering experience in schools which don’t have reliable access to educational resources. Welcome […]

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There Is No Darkness in Cuba

There Is No Darkness in Cuba

A blackout seemed to frustrate a volunteer’s English classes one night. But soon our volunteer, Jennifer, would learn that there is no darkness in Cuba. I am going to remember Monday as a collection of sounds, lights, and … darkness! Breakfast at hotel: The slurps of coffee and leche, the undertones of Deutsche – sprechen […]

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Teach English Abroad Summer Camp Programs

Teach English Abroad Summer in Europe

Give purpose to your summer! You can do this… So can your child, siblings, spouse or friends! “I’m humbled by how well I was received, and how much I learned that I had to give.  It was a true exchange every day in the classroom – between the students and each one of us volunteers. […]

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The Virtues and Dilemmas of the Cuban People

the Cuban people

Ken, a volunteer from one of the Cuba teams in January, reflects on the virtues of the Cuban people as well as the challenges they face and their dilemma of whether to stay in Cuba or try to emigrate. After only 4 days here, I am already falling in love with Cuba and the Cuban […]

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A Lesson Worth Learning Over and Over Again, Even at Age 58

Service Trip to Poland

Are you searching for a meaningful yet reassuring volunteer opportunity? Ease into a service trip to Poland! Global Volunteers engages individuals of every generation, ethnicity and walk of life on our Poland Service Program to help teach conversational English to students – and no previous teaching experience is necessary! These students crave the chance to learn American English from […]

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Teaching conversational English in Mexico and Cuba

Teaching conversational English in Mexico and Cuba

Judi has taught conversational English in three different Spanish-speaking countries. Here she shares her experience teaching conversational English in Mexico and Cuba. Queretaro, Mexico All of the fifteen volunteers spent each day and/or evening at the Universidad Tecnológica de Queretaro teaching conversational English. Most of the English Language instructors gave the volunteers topics for discussions. […]

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Conversational English Classes in Spanish Speaking Countries

ENGLISH CLASSES IN SPANISH SPEAKING COUNTRIES

If someone knows about teaching English classes in Spanish speaking countries, that’s Judi. She has taught conversational English in three different Spanish-speaking countries. Here she shares her experience in each of these communities. In the last two years I have been fortunate enough to engage in conversational English classes with Spanish speaking persons in three countries: […]