Volunteer ESL Teaching
KUENSAEM SCHOOL for North Korean Refugees was founded in 2008 by a North Korean couple when they saw the strong focus on English education in South Korea. Now the centre also teaches maths, science, history and Korean during the week. The aim of the school is to give the students who are new to South Korea a fighting chance to catch up with their peers. If you're interested in volunteering a couple of hours on Saturdays, email Jennifer at email@example.com
H.O.P.E. (Helping Others Prosper through English) is a non-profit organization, established in 2008 and run by Canadian teachers who are looking to make a positive impact on the communities where they live. Our objective is to provide a safe and accessible place for underprivileged children to develop their English skills and equip them for a brighter future in further education, free of charge. We are constantly in need of more volunteers as the number of children from low income families and orphanages is overwhelming. Website: www.alwayshope.or.kr. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
MUSTARD SEED arranges for volunteers to teach English to underprivileged children from low-income or single parent families. Mustard Seed meets roughly twice a month on Saturdays for three hours in the afternoon near Sindaebang station (Line 2, Stop 231). To find out more information or to get involved, contact Eunyoung Oh at email@example.com.
PROGRAM REACH - Suwon and Ansan, Gyeonggi-do
Suwon program is a volunteer initiative run by Suwon's expatriate community. Members of REACH teach conversational English to the higher elementary and middle school students at an orphanage located near the Suwon Sports Complex. Each volunteer teaches 2 or 3 students. Classes are held every Sunday from 3-4PM and every Wednesday from 7-8PM. For more information or to volunteer: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ansan program volunteers teach English at a North Korean child-care center located near Sangroksu Station (line 4 - Seoul Subway). Classes are held every Saturday from 2-3:30 PM. Tutors can volunteer every other Saturday or twice a month. For more information or to volunteer, please email: email@example.com
TKNR (Teach North Korean Refugees) helps North Korean refugees improve their language and job skills with volunteer tutors. Minimum requirement: three months, twice a month. Contact Casey Lartigue CJL@alumni.harvard.edu with questions, apply here as a tutor. Speech by the co-founder to learn more about TKNR.
Pax Populi English Tutoring Program: Pax Populi is a nonprofit organization that seeks to advance people-to-people peacemaking in Afghanistan. We believe that peace must come within the people-not from politicians or the military. The English Tutoring program is one way to reach out and promote peace through education. We are looking for experienced ESL teachers who are committed to tutoring Afghan students twice a week over Skype. To volunteer, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Last Updated on 2019-03-15
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