Monthly Archive August 2018

ByAffordable Volunteer Abroad

Teaching Children in India: Joey’s Uplifting Presence

Joseph Guzman chose to volunteer teaching children in India. With his joy and dedication he was a great and positive presence at the school class in Jaipur. We would like to thank Joey to travel the long way from the USA and really inspire the children. Great Work!

Joseph Guzman with his class in Jaipur

Find out more about teaching children in India as a volunteer

You will be teaching English at a CSR (Community school) in Jaipur, situated in the southern part of the city. Since the school is catering to children from an economically weak & marginalized area, quality English teaching with all other required amenities provided are a great advance for the young students. Our in country partners have supported the school with all the furniture, infrastructure & teaching materials like boards etc. There are around 54 students who are studying in 1st to 5th grades. As a volunteer you will teach the students the necessary things that will help them in developing their interpersonal skills. You will also help the local staff in daily operations of the school. The top-most requirement of the project is to develop the overall personality of the students by encouraging extracurricular activities, art & craft, group discussions, teaching & communication.

Want to be a volunteer in India?

Visit the child development volunteer project in Jaipur on IKPVA’s Homepage. You can also find more projects for volunteer work in India available.

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ByAffordable Volunteer Abroad

Saving the Baby Sea Turtles in Costa Rica: Morgan Bureau from France

Morgan Bureau from France joined our volunteer project to save the baby sea turtles in Costa Rica and is having fun doing it. We are excited about her participation in the ecological project and would like to thank Morgan so much! Her work together with the other volunteers is a vital piece to preserve the ecological balance of the oceans and the natural beauty in Costa Rica. Since poachers prey on the baby sea turtles when they try to crawl to the water, our volunteers go for patrols during the night on the beach to protect the turtles.

Marine Conservation Project in Costa Rica to save Baby Sea Turtles

Go for a very special trip to volunteer in Costa Rica with this wonderful baby sea turtle conservation project in a paradisiac Caribbean community. Help protecting the baby sea turtles crawling to sea from poachers! We have developed this very affordable marine conservation project with your budget in mind. Our prices are among the cheapest!

Learn Spanish while working with the Baby Sea Turtles

It is an excellent opportunity to immerse yourself into the Spanish language at the same time you help to protect endangered species of sea turtles. You will see giant female sea turtles nesting on the beach and baby turtles crawling out of their nests in the sand towards the ocean.It is an exciting opportunity to help a town that relies on its sea turtle population and to contribute to the growth and success of this grassroots conservation project.

Learn more about our volunteer projects in Costa Rica

Visit our page with the full information about volunteering in Costa Rica and how to sign up. You might also be interested in reading more about wildlife volunteering in more countries.

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