- Program: Volunteer Thailand
- Location: Trat
- Minimum Duration: 3 Weeks
- Language Requirement: English
- Airport Pick-up: $75
- Suitable for Groups: Yes
- Travel Insurance: No, but mandatory
- Local Language Class: 1 Week Included
- Region: Trat
- Project Site: Buddhist Temple
- Minimum Age: 18
- Accommodation: Volunteer Dormitory
- Meals Included: 2 Meals Daily
- Suitable for Families: Yes
- Start Dates: Every Other Friday
- Closed Dates: See program guide
Join the uVolunteer Community Education Project and improve the prospects of youngsters from neighboring Cambodia by teaching English. Many Cambodian families cross the border to Thailand in search of work but their children often struggle to receive an education because they don’t speak Thai. Through the charitable endeavors of the monks at temple Wat Klong Phet in Trat, Cambodian children are taught Thai and other subjects.
As a community education volunteer, you’ll enrich the lives of Cambodian children aged between two and 15, providing English language tuition in 50-minute classes and playing sports with children within the temple’s outdoor space. This interaction is key to building confidence and helping disadvantaged students develop skills that will improve their quality of life. Download the program brochure to find out more about the Community Education Project.
As a community education volunteer in Thailand, you’ll teach English to disadvantaged Cambodian children aged from two to 15, helping improve their prospects. Based at the temple school Wat Klong Phet, you’ll also spend time with the children playing games in the outdoor space and being a positive role model for students.
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Community education volunteers work at the temple four days a week, form Monday to Thursday, for a minimum of four hours each day. Your schedule will be finalized when you arrive.
Journey to Project
The community education center is located around a 25 minute taxi ride from the volunteer dormitory.