English Class Teacher Trujillo, Peru Peru Vivential
Help teaching English to local children and get involved in the peruan culture.
Teaching English at the Beach Salaverry Beach, Peru Muchik Org.
With our NGO, you will be able to teach either English or German to children and teens that don't learn foreign languages with their schools at the beach.
Teach English to Kids and Teens Huaycan, Lima, Peru Light & Leadership Initiative
Join our Light and Leadership Family in Huaycan and teach in our largest after-school education program: English!
Urban English Teaching Assistant Cusco, Peru Plan My Gap Year
Work at schools in the great city of Cusco and support their English teaching efforts.
Teaching English Assistant Cusco, Peru Peru Volunteer and Travel
Helping at the school can give the opportunity for teaches and children to learn other cultures, skills and personal development.
Children's English Teacher Arequipa, Peru HOOP Peru
As a children’s English teacher, you form the backbone of HOOP’s program by inspiring young people & helping to create better opportunities for them.
Local English teacher Lima, Peru Superlearner Project Lima OdV
Assistance with language teaching (English)
Teach English Abroad Trujillo, Peru NG Peru
Be a part of providing free English language classes to over 1,100 primary students annually in schools in which students would, otherwise, be unable to afford them.
Teaching Adults Trujillo, Peru NG Peru
We are looking for volunteers who can lead our adult evening programs. They include our conversation class for advanced English speakers and our Basic English Class.
Teach English to Vulnerable Communities Cusco, Peru Maximo Nivel
Contribute to the children's valuable education in an impoverished community!
Summer School Teacher Trujillo, Peru NG Peru
Our Summer School Program allows 100+ kids in the communities that we serve to experience their best summer ever with English classes, art, games, and a field trip.
Teach English in a Pre-School Cusco, Peru Love Volunteers
Improve the future prospects of some of Peru’s most impoverished children, and help them to break the poverty cycle.

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