A public university, a private K-12 school, a center for visually impaired adults, and the Vietnam Institute for Development Strategy host our teacher volunteers. Practice English conversation skills with youth and adults to help them improve their education and career opportunities. After school, you might join your students in shopping, sight-seeing trips, musical events or any number of cultural activities to extend the day’s learning.
An Adventure in Service in Vietnam!
Teach English in Hanoi, Vietnam! Gain an informed and authentic perspective of this intriguing country through the lives of Vietnam’s future leaders – its students. Learn about an ancient culture, strong family traditions, a clear and proud national identity, and students’ determination to contribute to their nation’s welfare. Teaching English conversation skills rewards you with a deeper understanding of the country – and the opportunity to truly advance Vietnamese students’ career opportunities.
Give. Explore. Care. Make Friends. Be a Global Volunteer.
Every day is a new adventure in service assisting youth, adults, teachers, professionals and community leaders – a wide swath of Vietnamese society. On a typical day, you create your own lesson plans and practice conversations, with topics as diverse as culture, history, daily lifestyle, sports, and world events. No previous teaching experience is necessary. In your your free time, you experience all the sights, sounds and tastes of modern Hanoi. Travel with us – a long-standing non-profit leader in worldwide volunteering.
And, consider this: Your program contribution
($2,495 – $2,895) and travel costs are tax-deductible! One- and two-week itineraries, including lodging, food, local transportation, project materials and a trained team leader are available year-round. There’s no other experience like this to truly experience Vietnam!
“This volunteer program is much bigger than helping to teach English. I’m also building life-changing relationships for them and myself. I’m very grateful for this opportunity.”
Rosy – Vietnam Volunteer