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An “Everlasting Impression” in Guyana

What is the real impact of a WorldTeach volunteer? It differs in each classroom, school, community, and country. Each volunteer defines him or herself differently, and shapes their year of service exactly how they want it to be. They may arrive to the country not...

Continuing the connection: Life after WorldTeach

In life, there are headlines, and there are page 14 stories.  WorldTeach is, without a doubt, a headline.    You mentally and physically prepare yourself for months or years before making the transition abroad. You put all your energy and resources into ensuring your...

American Samoa: Siva Samoa!

One of the most beautiful aspects of WorldTeach is that our volunteers become part of their community, outside of the classroom. For some individuals, this is through sports teams, language classes, social events, traveling. At the beginning of the year, you think,...

Life at a WorldTeach Site: Omatjete, Namibia

With WorldTeach volunteers serving in 16 countries around the world, the sites that volunteers live and work in vary widely. While each WorldTeach volunteer site and experience is unique, all volunteers have the chance to challenge themselves and engage with new...

Updates from a WorldTeach American Samoa Volunteer

WorldTeach volunteer Jackie Rakers has been in American Samoa for nearly a year. Read on to hear about her daily life filled with the fun and excitement of neighborhood children, care packages, dances, holidays, and unique moments like viewing the blood moon lunar...

Settling into a Host Community in Chile

In February, new WorldTeach volunteers arrived in Chile where they were quickly immersed in orientation and teacher training. Read on to hear about David Hanna's experience settling into his host family and his first week of teaching in Chile... I feel like I am...

Classroom Creativity in Tanzania

Last week's blog showed how a WorldTeach Namibia volunteer used a pen pal program to foster learning in Namibia. In a different region of Africa, a WorldTeach Tanzania volunteer has also found creative ways to encourage learning in a school with limited resources....

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