Teaching Assistant & Education Supporter
Be a candle to drive away darkness and keep in mind that light is necessary where there is darkness.
We the Third Eye Foundation Nepal are your friends, brothers, activists or say human friends in Nepal who would like to share human warmth together up to needy people to make the world a better place to live.
About the Program
This English teaching program of The Third Eye Foundation enables you to explore Nepal as a local. In Nepali society teacher is regarded as everything and has high prestigious position. On one hand you will have the chance to be a teacher and on the other hand you will get the opportunity to have cultural study of Nepalis society, their way of life and more. Be a candle to drive away darkness and keep in mind that light is necessary where there is darkness.
Education in Nepal
In Nepal we have two types of education system, the private schools where the medium of teaching is English and governmental school where few subjects are taught in English and rest in Nepali medium. The governmental schools are handled with very less resources and the English Teaching volunteers are always in demand. Nepal As a touristic country has English second language and the young children in Nepal are trying to learn the English language because it is the international language in this global world for world trade, commerce and communication. Without knowledge of the English language a person in this time not only remains incomplete but opportunities will be severely restricted too.
There are many schools and institutions that educate children, but they’re not affordable to those who need them most.
The Third Eye Foundation volunteers in teaching English projects will work in schools attended by students of low-income families in rural villages. You will teach students eager to learn. You’ll converse with them to improve their pronunciation, teach English according to official curriculum, or use your own material or creative ideas in a different but funny way. This is also a good opportunity to gain teaching experience, serve those who need and appreciate you, and to help building your own career.
What we expect from our Volunteers
Prior experience in teaching English is desired but not required. You’ll need to have sound communication skills in English. Volunteers should also be flexible, self-motivated and have a strong willingness to learn and take new initiatives.
Each morning you will wake up around 7AM. There will be some breakfast first and then the work day starts.
On a typical day there will be 3-4 classes each time of 40 minutes. This includes typical tasks like
- Playing with children of the community
- Helping them learn
- Supporting the host family in agricultural works
After school you have free time in the community. Dinner will be prepared in the evening. There will be some snack times in school at 1Pm.
Friday is half holiday and saturday is off day in Nepal
In order to join the program you need to be at least 18 years old on the program start date. There might be exemptions if you can provide the permission of your legal guardian(s).
You need to speak
Criminal Background Check
English, Computer, Maths at High School level
Letter of Motivation and CV
No restrictions. Helping hands from all over the world are welcome.
Prior experience in teaching English is desired but not required. You’ll need to have sound communication skills in English. Volunteers should also be flexible, self-motivated and have a strong willin
Your helping hand will be required on
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday
Nepal is popular country for different adventure activities. you can join these programs on weekends or before or after the programs.
The popular activity are trekking ranges from day hike to months long, paragliding, white water rafting, bungy jump etc