Volunteer in the heart of South Sulawesi, Indonesia – Help teach English and Environmental awareness.


Troca

We wish for volunteers to help us teaching English and educate the students about the importance of having an awareness to keep the environment clean. (Cleaning out the backyard, painting, building a bottle window, etc);


Como você vai ajudar

3 horas por dia

Cuidar de crianças: Encontre um novo propósito de vida educando e cuidando de crianças

Ensinar esportes: Ensine algum tipo de esporte.

Ensinar idiomas: Ensine um idioma para hóspedes ou comunidades locais.


Recompensas

2 dias livres por semana

Quarto privado: Um quarto privado para relaxar e ter um tempo para você.

Quarto compartilhado: Conheça uma galera ficando em um quarto compartilhado.

Quarto da equipe: Você faz parte do time! Conheça a galera ficando junto deles.

Café da manhã: Você ganha um café da manhã daqueles pra começar o dia.

Almoço: Você ganha um almoço delícia diariamente.

Jantar: Você ganha um jantar preparado com amor diariamente.

Descontos em drinks: Porque você merece economizar no pileque.

Descontos em tours: Te levamos para conhecer as verdadeiras atrações!

Descontos em hospedagem: Descole descontos para se hospedar em parceiros.

Lavanderia gratuita: A lavanderia é por nossa conta.

Tours na faixa!: Te levamos para conhecer as verdadeiras atrações!

Passeios na faixa!: Trilhas & Caminhadas na faixa!

Carona na chegada: Te buscamos e damos uma caroninha até aqui.

Aulas de idiomas: Aprenda ou melhore uma outra língua. Oh yeah.

Curso de Permacultura: Aprenda na prática como co-criar uma sociedade mais equilibrada e sustentável.


Requisitos

Inglês Intermediário ou Inglês Fluente

Entre 18 e 50 anos

Nacionalidades: todas menos Indonésia


O que não está incluso

Passagens, seguro viagem, transporte e visto


Detalhes

English Program:
English classes are offered to students of all ages twice daily (3-6pm) 5 days per week (Mondays to Fridays). Currently we have on average 13 students per class. We currently have three English classes (1 Primary School class, 1 Beginners class, and 1 Intermediate class) that meet three times during the week. We hope to continue to grow our English classes so that we may offer more classes and be able to accept more students. All classes are taught by Faisal or volunteers, with the additional assistance of volunteer locals.

Environmental Program:
I believe it is important to do what we can to improve our environment. While parts of Indonesia have very strong environmental programs, here in Bajo in South Sulawesi Indonesia, we are just getting started.
Our first step to achieving our environmental goals, with the help of volunteers, has been to educate our student


Atividades & Turnos

Our volunteers teach the students between Monday to Friday and then have their weekends to discover the beautiful locations around Luwu, Indonesia.

But apart from teaching the rest of the day is up to you really. Help as much as you want or feel like. We love sharing our knowledge and Indonesian cultures.

A daily routine could consist of:

~waking up from breakfast in the morning;
~If not to hot (maybe) helping with some chores (cleaning out the backyard, painting, building a bottle window, etc);
~help prepare lunch (if you are interested);
~ rest/read a book/play with the family/ chat in the afternoon;
~prepare for the afternoon lessons;
~teach from 3pm – 5pm;
~help prepare dinner (if interested).


Regras

In Indonesia, around 80% of the population Muslim. To respect our way of living, it would be nice if you:

~we pray five times a day, the first is a dawn (about 5am). The call to prayer may wake you up but you don’t need to start your day then.
~Indonesian people generally get up very early and sleep in the heat of the day
~people in the area don’t see a lot of foreigners so will call out hello, ask for pictures and want to practice speaking English with you.
~wear T-Shirts instead of top tanks, when you leave the house (rule for women)
~wear skirts or trousers that cover your knees (rule for women)
~bring your hygienic products, you can’t buy absolutely everything here (tampons,…)
~we don’t drink alcohol
~it is always quite hot (20 – 35 degrees C)
~the raining season is from November to April, so bring a rain jacket.