- Organizing materials and supplies to be used in classes
- Preparing lesson plans.
- Checking notebooks
- Presenting weekly reports
- Monthly evaluations and reporting the grades to the school
The schedule shows the approximate time that you will be teaching in the school. Please note that the schedule may be modified to accommodate changes.
When there is more than 1 volunteer in the program, the coordinator will distribute the schedule accordingly. The schedule will be established a month before or upon your arrival to the program.
- Volunteers must be at least 18 years old
- Volunteers must be native English speakers. If you are not a native speaker but can prove a high proficiency level you are eligible to apply.
- Valid passport with at least six months validity after the completion of the program.
- Proof of international medical and travel insurance that cover volunteering activities
- Vaccination or immunization card
As a volunteer, you must use your strengths, knowledge and talents to assist the organization. Be a creative & proactive leader of your project.
As a representative of TAATA KIDS, you are to conduct yourself in a respectful manner consistent with the position and culture: consistently display your highest personal standards; treat all people with respect and dignity (projects and accommodation); have an attitude of service towards others and seek to understand and appreciate the local culture. Be receptive and cooperative with TAATA KIDS, the Directors at your project, and the providers of your accommodation with their rules & regulations.
Have a flexible mindset and respond to the changing needs and demands of your project by offering help where your skills are needed most.
Things can change at the last moment. This can happen regularly in our project, and it may be less organized than in your country, your university or in your work, you need to be positive and proactive. Don’t wait for the teachers or students to come to you first. These are things you would need to initiate on your own.