Kindergarden Assistant Peru
If you have a special love for children, boundless energy that never stops, and a strong desire to contribute to the creation of a safe space just for them... Well, we've got fantastic news for you! We are searching for 3 enthusiastic Wawa Wasi assistants who are passionate about designing and leading engaging activities for the little ones in our community. There are two options of availability: Monday to Friday, 3–5.30pm, or Saturday 9am-12pm.
- Support in the care of children from 3 to 10 years old
- Propose playful activities (games, singing, handicrafts, among others) and develop them during the mentioned schedules.
All activities are executed in our Community Center, located on the outskirts of Cerro Colorado, Arequipa, Peru.
What we offer
- 24-hour in-country support
- Arrival kit, program training, and weekly check-ins
- Participation certificates (and reference, upon request)
- Professional and practical experience in a friendly, welcoming, and supportive environment
- Gain experience and a new network in the NGO sector, plus learn about international development issues.
This is your chance to meet and learn about a different reality, challenge yourself to be out of your comfort zone, and more importantly, take active participation in the development of the families from our Community. This is a life-changing opportunity, for you and for them!
To apply, please send your CV, Criminal Check and a reference letter to email@example.com.
Helping Overcome Obstacles Peru (HOOP)
Flora Tristan, on the outskirts of Arequipa
Desired skills: Fluent in English; basic to intermediate Spanish skills preferred, or a willingness to learn; experience working with children; experience living or working abroad preferred.
Dates of program:
Duration of program:
3 months minimum
Adults of both sexes 18+
Volunteering is free but participants need to cover their own living expenses. Volunteers can choose homestay or hostel accommodation. Volunteers receive support in finding accommodation, training, 24/7 support, a t-shirt, and a certificate and reference letter on successful completion of the placement.
Volunteers can also participate in local experiences such as quick-start quechua classes with moms of our community, workshops on quena flute and other traditional instruments, cooking classes with our moms, workshops on traditional Peruvian dances. We organize one of these experiences per month.
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