Volunteer at an NGO Training Center in Thailand
Volunteer Opportunities at our Training Center in Thailand.
• Teaching English and IT , other skills, to our trainees, school children and young monks • Volunteer contacts and volunteer training • Learning Camps • Social media and Fundraising • Admin , maintenance and/or gardening
Watch volunteer Adele from France showing life and work at our Center, https://www.youtube.com/user/openmindprojects
What you offer
18 hours of help per week
Help look after, educate and instruct children.
Help with painting, graffiti, sculpting or drawing.
Help with volunteer work in local projects and communities.
Teach a language to guests or local communities.
What you get
2 days off per week
You will have a bed in a shared room, which means you will share the same room with other travelers.
You are entitled to a free lunch, every day of your stay.
You are entitled to a free dinner, every day of your stay.
Discounts on Accommodation:
Get discounts for your stay in other hostels.
Get free entrance for the best events in town.
We will pick you up when you arrive, and take you to our property.
Take free language classes at our place.
Use our equipped kitchen:
Feel free to use our kitchen and make your own delicious food.
Get a certificate of completion after you finish your experience.
Over 18 years old
Accepts solo applications and also couples and pairs
What's not included
Flights, Travel Insurance, Internal Transportation and Visa
Working hours are mornings and afternoons week days. Weekends free, If we, staff, trainees or volunteers need to work the extra hours we are ready to do so every now and then. We agree with a Worldpacker how he/she should be expected to help: working with our trainees, IT, practical work, social media, other work, depending on skills and interests.
Activities & Shift
Normal work is mornings and afternoons, and hours can be flexible. Normally 2-3 hours in the morning and the same in the afternoon. At our Center everybody also helps with cooking and cleaning
Worldpackers are expected to respect local culture , people and habits. And must abide by local laws.