Tutoring Volunteer Ecuador
We are looking for short and long-term volunteers for our tutoring program. This is a great opportunity for anyone who enjoys working with youth, is passionate about Latin American culture, and believes that education is the path to a better future! Our volunteers live with a host family and work in a neighbourhood called Flor de Bastión. […]
Dates of program:
Duration of program:
8 weeks minimum
Adults of both sexes 18+
US$550+, varies based on length of stay. Program fee includes room and board. Participants are responsible for the cost of their flight, medical insurance/vaccinations and personal spending money.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, we are not currently holding in-person activities. However, please contact us for future in-person opportunities in Ecuador, or current virtual opportunities.
"I can honestly say that my time volunteering with the Foundation has changed my life forever! My experience started with three months of tutoring English and helping with the after-school outreach program in Guayaquil, Ecuador. I had the privilege of meeting and working with teenagers fighting to stay in school, even though they live in impoverished areas where they deal with huge pressure to leave their education behind and focus on more immediate ways to put food on the table. I was so moved by the passion, determination and grace of the people I met that I returned to Ecuador the year after, for another three-month volunteering stint. This second experience really cemented my belief in the amazing and necessary work that the Foundation does, and it even led to me eventually moving to Ecuador! In practical terms, the staff at the Foundation took great care of me as a volunteer. The people I worked with quickly became a second family to me almost immediately, and there was always someone on-hand to help me out with practical concerns like handling living costs and the language barrier. Although I no longer live there, I still volunteer remotely with the Foundation, and I've been so impressed by how they've grown over the last couple of years. I'm sure they'll go on to do even greater things in the future. All they need is a few more helping hands, so if you can volunteer your time to help a disadvantaged child to stay in school, I'd say - grab that opportunity with both hands! :)"- Sanchia Rodrigues
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