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Teaching English & Other Subjects

Ghana

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We are looking for individuals to join our educational project to help underprivileged children. If you have a heart for helping the needy children and would like to be part of a nonprofit that is looking to become a trailblazer in providing programs and services in a unique way to the children, right where they are, then we need you to get involved!

Although English is Ghana's national language, there are dozens of other regional dialects spoken across the country. In rural, under-resourced areas like rural communities, where broken or ‘pidgin' English is spoken along with various tribal languages, volunteers work with children at local schools and orphanages to improve students English abilities, specially reading, writing and spelling.

Planning and delivering lessons under the supervision of a qualified teacher, you will help children learn English as a fun, engaging them also teach other subjects including math, science and geography.

Volunteers are not required to have any particular qualifications – as long as you have a high school education and a desire to work with children; you are welcome to join the project

Your Role as a Volunteer:

Working with a qualified teacher, teaching English volunteers, will plan and deliver lessons in schools and orphanages with the goal of improving children's conversational English skills. In addition to teaching English and encouraging interaction and language practice, volunteers also teach other subjects, including math, science and geography.

Tasks May Include:

  • Practicing conversational English with students
  • Assisting students with English pronunciation, reading, writing and spelling
  • Helping out with other subject lessons
  • Working with small groups of students to provide individual attention

Work Schedule:

Teaching English volunteers in Ghana work four days per week, Monday to Thursday, from 8 am until 2 pm.

Other opportunities

  • Volunteering in Children Homes in Ghana
  • Teaching Computer Skills in Ghana
  • Virtual Volunteering (volunteering from your own home)

Organisation
Child Survival Aid Ghana

Project title
Teaching English & Other Subjects

Project location
Accra, Ghana

Contact
Emmanuel Adika Benedict

Period
Year round

Languages
English

Who can volunteer?
Adults of both sexes 18+

Commitment
1 week to 6 months

Cost
US$200 per month living with host family (room with bed, utility bills, use of bathroom and common space).

Notes
None

How to apply
If interested, kindly email us at csagchildghana@hotmail.com to begin the process. We look forward to working with you to empower the most vulnerable children through education in Ghana.

Please mention volunteer4africa.org when responding to this ad.

Website
http://www.csagchildghana.org

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