Summer Programs accepting applications now!
Learn about our India Summer Program by watching our webinar.
WorldTeach hosted a webinar February 22, 2018 about the India Summer program. If you missed it, don’t worry. You can check it out on our YouTube page.
The India Summer Program, departs this June 2018. This webinar will give interested applicants the chance to hear from staff and former participants about their experience in the India Summer program, which seeks to help participants discover how Ladakh is coping with the very real threats of climate change and get an immersive experience living and teaching in India. Learn more about the WorldTeach India Summer program, put on in partnership with Voygr Expeditions.
WorldTeach Marshall Islands Webinar
WorldTeach is sending a cohort to the Marshall Islands and we’d love for you to be a part of it. We hosted a webinar with the Field Director, Assistant Field Director, two volunteers and a Marshall Islands Alumni. If you missed it don’t worry, we’ve added it to our YouTube page. Check it out below.
Participants in the Marshall Islands program receive: Housing, a living stipend of $350/month or $100/month depending on their placements, supplemental overseas health and emergency evacuation insurance as well as 24-hour in-country field staff support, access to a remote teacher quality support and alumni services and networking.
Get more information about the Yearlong Marshall Islands program here.
Join us for a webinar on April 11, at 8:00 PM ET, to learn more about the WorldTeach Marshall Islands yearlong program. While teaching abroad in the Marshall Islands, WorldTeach volunteers have the opportunity to become part of a new culture and community and gain invaluable skills in the classroom that will transfer to any professional environment. Register for a chance to hear directly from staff and alumni about their experience in this remote corner of the Pacific. Sign up here: https://bit.ly/2GxAU9J
This is an experience that is going to change you in ways you didn't know possible.
Where We Teach
In 1986, I went to Kenya as the first WorldTeach volunteer. My hope was to bridge the gap between what I studied and the realities of life in the field. That's what WorldTeach was and still is today, we give each and every volunteer teacher an opportunity to link theories with reality and find their own way of narrowing the development gap around the world.