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Teaching English in Monasteries, Future Nepal - Volunteer in Nepal, Kathmandu,, Nepal


Organization: Future Nepal - Volunteer in Nepal
Contact Name: Durga Ghimire
Position Type: Short-term Missions / Volunteer Internship
Address: Nayabazar
Kathmandu,, British Columbia  00977  
Nepal
Great For: Great for Families, Great for Groups, Great for Seniors, Great for Teens
Service Area(s): Teaching, Education, Children and Youth Ministry, Arts and Humanities, Adult Ministry
Hourly Commitment:
5.0 per: Day
Number of Positions:
10
Number of Volunteers in this
Position in the Past Year:
200
One-time / Ongoing Position: Ongoing Position
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This is a great opportunity for volunteers who want to Teach English in Monasteries. There are several Tibetan refugees Camps and Monasteries that house hundreds of Tibetan kids taking Buddhist monk educational training in Katmandu to preserve the amazing cultural richness of Tibet and Buddhism practice. Knowledge of English can be an enormous help to these kids to explore more scriptures written in English and circulate Buddhist teachings practice to the whole world. As a volunteer you will be placed in a monastery where you will Teach English to monks. Depending on monastery size you will expect the number of student?s monks from 15 with moderate or beginners level English. The monks study Buddhist as a major subject. English, Nepalese and others are optional in order to improve their additional language skill. Volunteers will teach English to the monks, both young and old. Volunteers can also have a chance to participate in some monasteries run programs like meditation, praying and other cultural celebrations. You do not need any formal teacher training or experience to participate, but whatever experience you do have will be taken into account when arranging your day-to-day activities.


Short Term Mission Trip Details



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Length of Trip


1 to 2 months

Initially Posted: 07/18/2011
Last Updated: 04/08/2017