Qualified and experienced teachers are sought to share their skills in the most beautiful but poor parts of the world.
Wake up, go to work, come home, watch TV, go to sleep. That dream you had of changing the world and making a difference feels like a lifetime ago. Could you ever make a difference on your own? Yes, you can.
Watch a live VSO webchat this Wednesday at www.webchats.co.uk/webchat.php?ID=399 to hear how teachers are making a difference in some of the world’s most beautiful but poor places – such as Namibia, Rwanda and Nepal – helping to train and support local education experts.
Some of the world’s poorest people have an insatiable thirst for knowledge but find education systems failing them at every turn. VSO aims to change that.
Sharing your skills means that whilst the area can start to develop their own education infrastructure, you can have a dramatic effect on the way they teach, learn and progress.
Join VSO Director Judith Brodie and returned volunteer Marika Hegarty live online at on Wednesday 20th June at 18:30 GMT to talk about the opportunities available to teacher volunteers.
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