Teach conversational English to youth for two weeks through a variety of activities – games, skits, songs, sports, arts and crafts and planned lessons. They’re conducted in the summer months, helping students bridge summer break to the school year by keeping their English language skills sharp.
Poland: A Dream Volunteer Program
You may not immediately think of Poland when searching for exciting volunteer opportunities. But think again! Global Volunteers’ service programs in Poland meet every criteria for meaningful volunteer projects, cultural immersion and fun! Engage one-on-one on conversational English projects with children, adults, teachers and community leaders – a wide swath of Polish society. You’ll benefit from the safety and stability of a long-standing service partnership. Enjoy delicious and authentic Polish cuisine. Relax in picturesque lodging. Soothe your soul amidst spectacular mountain and countryside scenery. And, bask in the legendary Polish hospitality.
Give. Explore. Care. Celebrate. Be a Global Volunteer.
Every day is a new adventure in service working under the direction of our community partners. Help children reach their full potential through conversational English projects in summer camps, classrooms and small groups while experiencing all the color, music, art and flavor of Greek culture. 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 European volunteering experience like this for individuals, groups and families of all ages.
“Travel With Passion and Purpose”
“Our adventure with Global Volunteers in Poland was the highlight of our year, and we have had many pleasant memories of your staff, the other volunteers, and especially the students.”
Dick and MarjoriePoland Volunteers
“It made me a kinder person, a warmer person, and even a less-judgmental person. But really, it gave me tremendous perspective.”
Gila Cohen-ShawSt. Lucia and Tanzania Volunteer
“Almost everyone I met in one way or another thanked me just for coming there.”
Stephen BeckCook Islands Volunteer
“You realize you have something in common with the people you’re working with. It really is waging peace through justice worldwide.”
Joan McInnis10-time Volunteer Worldwide
“These have been among the most meaningful and beneficial experiences in my life.”
Gary SandefurMontana Volunteer