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Volunteer Roles

Do you have any specific skills that could help our charity? If so, then we’d love to hear from you. Find out how you could make a difference at The School of Hope and help our students towards a brighter future.

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There are so many ways in which you could put your personal skill set to use with us. For instance, you could use your ESL skills to become a tutor for children or young adults, assist our Communications Coordinator by taking amazing photos or even give a preventative psychology workshop. 

We are always looking for volunteers with unique skill sets. If you do not see a role that fits your qualifications or expectations, contact the Volunteer Coordinator to discuss other volunteer possibilities!

Available volunteer roles & internships

    English Teacher's Assistant

    Level of Spanish

    None necessary as a pre-requisite, but a working knowledge is obviously an advantage.

    Description

    English is an important pillar of our organisation, and our English teachers are always looking for volunteers to help out in their classes. English Teachers' Assistants are placed with a particular teacher and grade throughout their stay. As a Teacher Assistant, you prepare teaching materials, help with classroom management, assist with lessons, and work one-to-one with students who need extra help. Teacher's Assistants can work with students aged between 5 to 16.

    Requirements

    A flexible approach to work; the ability to work as part of a team but also on your own initiative; positive outlook; enjoy working with children and have an appreciation of the pressures and demands within the academic work environment.

    Time Duration

    1 week minimum

    Hours

    8:00am - 3:00pm (however the hours can be flexible)

    Spanish Teacher's Assistant

    Level of Spanish

    Intermediate level

    Description

    Our teachers work hard to give our students as much opportunity as they can, and having an extra set of hands in the classroom can really help our staff. Spanish Teachers' Assistants are placed with a particular teacher and grade throughout their stay. As a Teacher Assistant, you prepare teaching materials, help with classroom management, assist with lessons, and work one-to-one with students who need extra help. Teacher's Assistants can work with students aged between 5 to 16

    Requirements

    A flexible approach to work; the ability to work as part of a team but also on your own initiative; positive outlook; enjoy working with children and have an appreciation of the pressures and demands within the academic work environment.

    Time Duration

    1 week minimum

    Hours

    8:00am - 3:00pm (however the hours can be flexible)