Place

Vietnam

Type
Various Accommodation Types Provided / Education

About this listing

Coins for Change Vietnam (C4C) is a nonprofit social enterprise that aids disenfranchised women and children throughout Vietnam. Our mission is to empower women with skills and resources to overcome social and economic challenges and to pursue opportunities.
Our programs serve urban and rural families through educational and business support. With a focus on serving marginalized women such as low-income women, ethnic minorities, women in rural areas, domestic violence survivors, single mothers, and disabled women, we help remove the obstacles that prevent these disadvantaged groups from achieving success and gender equality within their communities and within Vietnam.

What is Teach for Change?

 

Teach for Change (TFC) is a program that brings in 35+ international volunteers at a time to join partner schools across the country. Volunteers work with an innovative team of locals and internationals alike to provide quality English classes to children of all ages and skill levels. We partner primarily with schools in the countryside who are unable to afford fluent English teachers, but who still want to give their students a fair chance at learning the language, for a low-cost or even for free.

 

For every volunteer that we send, partners provide a small sum of money that is used to fund the Her Academy and Her Craft support services. Not only do our volunteers directly aid the students that they are working with, but their services allow us to realize the Empowerment Plan programs!

Through our educational and business campaigns, we offer free vocational training, job placement, free and low-cost English classes for women and children, online and offline support groups, mental health awareness, business support, and online lessons. Our campaigns focus on building life skills and providing training that increases independence and fair opportunities.
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The role/expectations What does the work schedule look like? Please give as much detail as possible

TFC Volunteer Role and Expectations include:
  • Plan English class lessons for students depending on the need of the partner school
  • Teach English classes for up to 18 hours per week
  • Bring your passion and creativity into the classroom
  • Treat other volunteers, hosts and fellow teachers with respect
  • Share household duties within your accommodations

What are the Benefits of Volunteering with you? What will you learn?

VOLUNTEERING PERKS

✓Live with a Vietnamese homestay family or share a volunteer house with other internationals and locals alike. This will be a unique cultural exchange experience, either way! 

Learn how to teach English in an international environment Eat 2 authentic, delicious Vietnamese meals per day, Receive a 3-month Invitation Letter for your visa Get your 120-hour online TEFL Certificate with our special discount from our partnership with TEFL UK Join other volunteers in local travels to cultural centers, beautiful national parks, and beach cities! Use your English skills to truly make a positive impact on the communities in Vietnam  

Details

  • ID : 4405
  • Type: Various Accommodation Types Provided / Education
  • How many hours of work per day/week: 18 hours per week
  • Type of weather : Hot during the spring, summer, and autumn months, but cold during the winter. Northern regions of Vietnam get quite cold, especially in the mountains!
  • Languages spoken: English and Vietnamese
  • Are you able to host volunteers / interns with physical impairments such as mobility limitations (e.g. in a wheelchair), blindness, or deafness?: No
  • Do You Charge Volunteers? : No

Features

What does the organization offer?

  • Dinner
  • Electricity
  • Fan
  • Internet
  • Kitchen
  • Laundry
  • Lunch
  • Running Water
  • Transportation
  • Vegetarian Meals Provided
  • Visa Support

What Should Volunteer bring and what are they responsible for ?

  • Airline tickets
  • Boots
  • Bug spray
  • Food
  • Pants/Jeans
  • Shorts
  • Sun tan lotion

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Terms & rules

  • Smoking allowed: No
  • Pets allowed: No
  • Children allowed: No
  • Additional rules information
  • Excessive drinking and illegal drug use is not allowed in the house. Special permission may be given based on the host's wishes. Some hosts allow volunteers to bring their pets and children, but please request this before a host has been chosen.

Availability

  • The minimum stay is 90 nights

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