Volunteer Teaching in Nepal at a Local School

Volunteer teaching in Nepal with IKPVA at local schools in Jarshing Pauwa, Kathmandu!

This is a great opportunity for volunteers who want to gain teaching experience while improving learning environments in rural areas of Nepal.

Your presence will open hearts and minds to life outside of a small village where ideas of life beyond their small corner of the world are seldom generated. Teaching the students and inspiring the teachers with new methods will leave your legacy in place.

Antonia Bozzolo: Amazing Teaching Experience

Antonia Bozzolo teaching at school
Antonia Bozzolo teaching at school

I spend a month teaching in a school in Kathmandu Nepal.
It is an amazing experience, especially if you want to put your teaching skills on the line.
I have learned not only that I love what I do, but also gained confidence and good experience.
You also get to understand a different culture and meet amazing people! – Antonia Bozzolo, Las Condes

Improving the quality of education in Nepal

Educational facilities in Nepal, in the most part local community schools, lack a qualitative education system. Therefore taking classes with volunteers from developed countries is a really good option for the students of these schools.

Students are enthusiastic, bright and eager to learn. We believe that receiving classes from teachers from across the world not only improves the learning process, but also opens up multiple dimensions to educational exercises, and helps the local teachers too.

Teaching English at a Local School in Jarshing Pauwa, Kathmandu

In Nepal, English is learned as a second language and is essential for academic and professional success, but often students here find it a difficult subject to advance in. Hence this project is primarily orientated towards teaching English; but depending on your interest and skills you can also contribute by teaching Mathematics, Science, Computer Basics or Arts.

  • Antonia Bozzolo Teaching in Kathmandu
    Antonia Bozzolo Teaching in Kathmandu

Requirements/ Qualifications to Volunteer Teaching in Nepal:

You are not required to have prior experience or professional training to volunteer with us as a teacher in Nepal, but you should respect the value of this work and should be committed to passing on your knowledge and helping these children to get the most out of your visit.

 

 

Start Dates & Arrival

Location: Jarshing Pauwa, Kathmandu

Accommodation: host family

Start Dates: Our programs to volunteer teaching in Nepal start on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the months. Volunteers should arrive on Saturdays. You can choose to volunteer from 1 to 12 weeks

Orientation: Takes place on the first day and includes introduction to the project location and rules and regulations of the school. Participants will be introduced to the basic Nepali language and greetings.

 

 

Fees

  • The program fee is paid directly to the host organization.
  • All of the projects incur a registration fee of US$ 199.00 on top of the program fee.

What is included in the program Fee?

  • Airport Pickup
  • Orientation
  • Accommodation for all projects
  • 3 meals per day
  • Support from local staff & Program supervision
  • In-country 24/7 support throughout your stay
  • In-country administration costs
  • Donation to support the local project

There are no hidden costs. Our programs to volunteer teaching English in Nepal are highly affordable and have the best cost x benefit than any other.

Accommodation

Location: Jarshing Pauwa, Kathmandu

Accommodation: host family

Meals

Our programs to Volunteer in Nepal provide 3 meals per day of typical Nepali food in all the projects.

Volunteers should notify prior to arrival about any dietary requirements.

Amazing Experience

Antonia Bozzolo in Kathmandu
Antonia Bozzolo in Kathmandu

I spend a month teaching in a school in Kathmandu Nepal.
It is an amazing experience, especially if you want to put your teaching skills on the line.
I have learned not only that I love what I do, but also gained confidence and good experience.
You also get to understand a different culture and meet amazing people! – Antonia Bozzolo, Las Condes

Requirements for teaching volunteers in Nepal

You are not required to have prior experience or professional training to volunteer with us as a teacher in Nepal, but you should respect the value of this work and should be committed to passing on your knowledge and helping these children to get the most out of your visit.

Volunteers must be at least 18 years old at the start of the placement.

All volunteers must have adequate volunteer travel insurance and are required to provide a criminal background check to local staff on arrival in Nepal or during orientation.

Nepal Volunteer Programs

Find out about all the programs to volunteer in Nepal here.

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