Mathilde from Denmark enjoys Teaching at School in Ghana
Mathilde Steiness, a volunteer from Denmark, has been teaching at a school in Ghana:
I’m super happy with the work and the program down here. I definitely acknowledge and see the need for help and aid.
Ghana is a rich and colourful place, humming with culture and rhythm. If you are in search of an authentic experience, Ghana would be an excellent choice. Experience the Ghanaian society and everyday life whilst making a difference and working along with the local people on their terms.
On many aspects Ghana has been through a lot of development and is a country in progress. On other aspects; the education system, the division of power and the structure of the society – it is a country with some major problems that needs a lot of work and focus. You will have the challenge of a lifetime whilst everyday is a life changing experience that will stay with you forever. Definitely recommendable! – Mathilde Hvied Steiness from Denmark
How to Teach in School in Ghana as a volunteer?
Volunteer teaching English at school in Ghana supporting the already established local teachers at the schools run by the children’s homes. When the volunteers pair and team up with the local teachers, they will make success in the classroom.
Once accepted into our program, we will work with you to choose the subjects that you are best suited to teach. Additionally, we will match you to appropriate grade levels based on your interest and the needs of the school. The schools serve students from nursery to junior high school levels.
How to become a volunteer teacher at the school in Ghana?
Visit our volunteer teacher project in Ghana, and find all details on how to sign up!