Place

25 Ngõ 163/18 An Dương Vương, Tây Hò

Type
Various Accommodation Types Provided / Education

About this listing

Coins for Change (C4C) is a non-profit 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, mental health, parenting, 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.

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.
Officially established in December 2015, C4C now offers a wide range of services related to education and business within Vietnam through two programs; Teach For Change and The Empowerment Plan.

Teach for Change connects international English teaching volunteers with our partner schools and English centers. In alignment with the women-empowering mission of Coins for Change–TFC’s founder organization–we focus on supporting female-led schools and English centers across Vietnam.

Through this program, we are able to provide English language services to women and children across Vietnam, particularly those in the countryside, who would otherwise not have access to them. Teach for Change offers them free or low-cost access to English classes and other educational enhancement and literacy programs.

The Empowerment Plan aims to support disadvantaged women from multiple demographics in Vietnam, including low-income women, single mothers, disabled women, ethnic minority women, domestic violence victims, and others.

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The role/expectations What does the work schedule look like? Please give as much detail as possible

Required Qualifications: • Fluent English Speaker - IELTS Level 8/9; • Strong English writing skills; • Bachelor's Degree or higher in the field of Social Work or Clinical Psychology; • At least 2 years of field experience as a social worker in professional and/or volunteer settings; • Has own computer with video and audio capabilities; • The ideal candidate will have preferably worked as a social worker for women and children in international settings.   Job Responsibilities: • Work with the marketing team and videographer to create online resources involving mental health education and awareness for women in the Her Academy program of the Empowerment Plan; • Meet with women from the Her Academy program in-person to provide one-on-one mental health support sessions; • Plan and administer mental health workshops for women in the Her Academy program; • Travel to different parts of Hanoi and possibly other provinces to conduct community workshops.   Working Hours: • Full time: 30-40 hours per week of full-time work; • Normal working days are from Monday through Friday, but some weekend hours will also be required. If the social worker is asked to work during Saturday through Sunday, then they will receive 2 weekdays off during the following week.

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

The social worker will work with a team of international volunteers who are dedicated to providing support to our beneficiary women and children. Volunteers will be able to embark on a unique cultural-exchange experience in the beautiful country of Vietnam while empowering marginalized communities that need support.

If you Charge Volunteers, please give us the complete break down of any cost involved

This is currently a free program.

Details

  • ID : 4362
  • Type: Various Accommodation Types Provided / Education
  • How many hours of work per day/week: 30 hours per week, about 5 days per week. Dates and working hours will depend on the weekly project needs.
  • Type of weather : Hot during the Spring, Summer and most of Autumn. Very cold during the winter, so bring a cozy coat!
  • Languages spoken: We speak 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

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
  • Bug spray
  • Food
  • Pants/Jeans
  • Shorts
  • Sun tan lotion
  • Sweater

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Terms & rules

  • Smoking allowed: No
  • Pets allowed: No
  • Children allowed: No
  • Additional rules information
  • Each accommodation has different House Rules that will be listed. We ask that volunteers are respectful of the quiet hours, share the house cleaning, and follow the House Rules.

Availability

  • The minimum stay is 180 nights

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