TEACHER EDUCATOR (Kasese - Uganda, East Africa)
In collaboration with Kasese District Education Office, the volunteer will lead in building the capacity of local government and schools officials to create an inclusive education environment where children, especially girls and disabled children, can attend, stay in school longer and receive quality education.
18 hours of help per week
Help look after, educate and instruct children.
Teach or help guests or local communities practice a new sport.
Teach a language to guests or local communities.
What you get
1 day off per week
Over 18 years old
Accepts solo applications and also couples and pairs
What's not included
Flights, Travel Insurance, Internal Transportation and Visa
Thousands of teachers around Uganda are without the necessary training and support, and so as a consequence students aren’t reaching their full potential. PARC is working to change this, and that is where you come in. As a volunteer, you’ll draw on your experience to advise on teacher motivation, helping to develop appropriate teaching methodologies, ensuring that school curriculum remains relevant to community needs, train and advise teachers and parents on ensuring that both children and parents remain motivated to support quality education, and check resources are fit for purpose. In addition, the volunteer will also be responsible for monitoring and evaluating the progress of the placement.
Activities & Shift
Educating our children is one of the main goals and priorities, though we consider education in a holistic manner that transcends the boundaries of the typical classroom. We welcome your ideas to helping these children grow and become prepared for the world.
Special interest in non-profit sector development and willingness to work and live in a rural remote area.
Culturally in Uganda, everyone needs to wear fairly smart and decent clothes including causal wear.
Men: Shorts or long trousers, t-shirts or shits with sleeves, sneakers or regular shoes.
Women: Dresses or skirts below the knees, modest tops with shoulders and abdomen covered. The ladies may also wear trousers and vests, but these should keep thighs, waist and shoulder covered.
Note: Please bring with you walking and trekking shoes, our activities involves visiting homes in hard-to reach mountain areas.
PARC has zero tolerance policy on abuse and exploitation of vulnerable people. We expect all our employees/volunteers to ensure protecting children, young people and vulnerable adults from harm.