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Volunteer Teaching English in Thailand to Monks inChiang Mai

Location: Chiang Mai, Thailand

Project Description: Volunteer Teaching Monks in Chiang Mai - Thailand Volunteers joining this program teach novice Buddhist monks, ranging in age from 12-18, at five different monastery schools in the beautiful city of Chiang Mai. Volunteers assist the Thai faculty with English (and optionally in art) education roughly 15-20 hours a week (Monday - Friday). You can lead your own class or assist a Thai teacher on his or her daily lessons. During your service, you can also teach art or help in other subjects and activities occurring in the school.

Project Details: Location Thailand: Chiang Mai Program Duration 5-8 weeks, 9-12 weeks Typical Duration of Program 5-8 weeks Dates Throughout the year Languages * English Cost in US$: Starting 200 only! Cost Includes: * Excursions * Food * Housing * In-country orientation/Training * In-country staff support * Medical insurance * Registration fees * Travel while in host country # Cost Include Description: * Orientation: A one week orientation will be provided by our staff for LT camps participants. We cover areas like, culture, greetings, locations, transportation etc. Each participant will be provided with a local Map of the city. * Lodging: Almost all placements have residential accommodation arrangements, however if that is not available volunteers will be staying with a local welcoming and educated family or in. * Food: 3 Thai meals will be provided in this project. * Insurance: All participants are covered for full comprehensive travel and medical insurance for their time of stay in our project. Please find details here. * In-country support: 24 hours support provided by our local staff. * Pre-departure information: After we receive full and final payment all participants are provided by a pre-departure information booklet by e-mail which will have all vital information about your program. # Age Range 18 - 50 # This Program is open to Worldwide Participants. This Program is also open to Couples and Individuals. # Typical Living Arrangements * Group living * Home-stays # Participants Travel Independently or in Groups # Typically Participants Work Independently or in Groups # Application Process Involves * Resume * Written Application # Typically The Application Process Time is 2-8 weeks

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Email: info@volunteeringsolutions.com
Website: http://www.volunteeringsolutions.com/

Volunteer placements in Thailand

Location: Nearby Bangkok , Thailand

Project Description: THAILAND borders Malaysia, Myanmar (Burma), Laos, and Cambodia. The east coast also lies along the Gulf of Thailand while the west coast joins with the Andaman Sea. Because of its many neighbors, each region has a distinct feel unlike any of the others. In the center is Bangkok, the melting pot of traditional cultures and modern influences. In the northern provinces, the traditional Hill Tribe culture can still be seen in the mountainside. The northeast, known as the poorest region of Thailand, is often neglected by tourists but it holds some of the greatest treasures in Thailand. Along the southern coasts lie the pristine beaches popular for sunbathing and rock climbing on its limestone cliffs. The southern tip is best known for its Muslim influences and political unrest. Despite their different backgrounds, Thai people are all characterized by their warm welcoming smiles. With its breathtaking natural beauty and warm and hospitable people, Thailand remains one of the most popular South Asian destinations for tourists. Thailand is divided into four natural regions: The mountains and forests of the North; the vast rice fields of the Central Plains; the semiarid farm lands of the Northeast plateau; and the tropical islands and long coastline of the Southern peninsula. Thailand is the only Southeastern Asian country that was never colonized. You can find remnants of almost 1000 years of history all through the country. Thai is the national language but English is fairly widespread. Our volunteer program invites you to explore this Southeast Asian paradise while contributing to local communities. There are placements in and around Chiang Mai (the gateway to the Northern part of the country with its lush landscapes and rice fields) and Bangkok (the cosmopolitan and business center of Thailand). You can work with disadvantaged children, in local health centers or assist in an elderly home. You can teach English in many places including a Buddhist temple!

Project Details:

Other Details: Thailand Language Classes: 1 week Language and Culture, or 3 hrs/day private classes Thai classes

Email: info@amerispan.com
Website: http://www.amerispan.com/volunteer_search_country/Thailand/31

Volunteer in Thailand

Location: Nearby Bangkok , Thailand

Project Description: THAILAND borders Malaysia, Myanmar (Burma), Laos, and Cambodia. The east coast also lies along the Gulf of Thailand while the west coast joins with the Andaman Sea. Because of its many neighbors, each region has a distinct feel unlike any of the others. In the center is Bangkok, the melting pot of traditional cultures and modern influences. In the northern provinces, the traditional Hill Tribe culture can still be seen in the mountainside. The northeast, known as the poorest region of Thailand, is often neglected by tourists but it holds some of the greatest treasures in Thailand. Along the southern coasts lie the pristine beaches popular for sunbathing and rock climbing on its limestone cliffs. The southern tip is best known for its Muslim influences and political unrest. Despite their different backgrounds, Thai people are all characterized by their warm welcoming smiles. With its breathtaking natural beauty and warm and hospitable people, Thailand remains one of the most popular South Asian destinations for tourists. Thailand is divided into four natural regions: The mountains and forests of the North; the vast rice fields of the Central Plains; the semiarid farm lands of the Northeast plateau; and the tropical islands and long coastline of the Southern peninsula. Thailand is the only Southeastern Asian country that was never colonized. You can find remnants of almost 1000 years of history all through the country. Thai is the national language but English is fairly widespread. Our volunteer program invites you to explore this Southeast Asian paradise while contributing to local communities. There are placements in and around Chiang Mai (the gateway to the Northern part of the country with its lush landscapes and rice fields) and Bangkok (the cosmopolitan and business center of Thailand). You can work with disadvantaged children, in local health centers or assist in an elderly home. You can teach English in many places including a Buddhist temple!

Project Details:

Other Details:

Email: info@amerispan.com
Website: http://www.amerispan.com/volunteer_search_country/Thailand/31

Volunteer in Thailand

Location: Bangkok, Trang, Thailand

Project Description: As a volunteer with CCS in Thailand, you will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in a country known for its scenic diversity and ancient traditions. Bordered by Malaysia, Myanmar, Laos, and Cambodia, "Thailand" means "Land of the Free" and is the only country in Southeast Asia that has never been colonized. Thailand is a place of contrasts?two of the most renowned pursuits are tranquil meditation and aggressive kickboxing, and although it?s a very industrious country, its favorite phrase is mai pen rai, or ?no worries.?

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Email: info@crossculturalsolutions.org
Website: http://www.crossculturalsolutions.org/countries/asia/volunteer-thailand.aspx

Discover THAILAND - Volunteer, Immerse and Explore

Location: Thailand, Thailand

Project Description: Orientation Week The first week is dedicated for you to get to know Thailand, and to meet the other participants of the program. During this time you will engage in the following activities: learn about Thai culture, Thai language, and take cooking lessons; visit local sites such as: the famous Buddhist Temple: Wat Pharanon Jaksi, the old capital of Ayutthaya (including a visit to the elephant village), Lopburi?s museum, and pagoda, and a cruise along the Chaopraya river. After your week of orientation, you will have the option of choosing from the following options. Programs may be combined or extended for additional weeks. Option 1: Volunteering If you are interested in volunteering during your time in Thailand, Cultural Embrace can organize week-long projects to: teach/tutor English, work on environmental/eco projects in the forest and hillside, provide assistance at local orphanages, or volunteer at hilltribe villages. Please note that the hilltribe volunteering option is offered in two-week increments, while all other projects can be organized for a minimum of one week. Option 2: Thai Culture and Buddhism Thailand is rich in history and culture, and now is you chance to learn more about some of the elements that are central to this unique and beautiful culture. During this week, you will have the opportunity to get to know more about Thai culture and Buddhism: you will have the chance to practice meditation and chanting together with local monks in a quiet and spiritual environment. Later, participants will have the opportunity to practice and stay in an authentic Thai temple and experience Thai temple life first hand. Option 3: Work with Elephants During this week, you will be able to help the mahouts (elephant trainers) at the elephant sanctuary as they take care of the elephants and join them for their daily exercises. You will also learn about the place of elephants in the culture in Thailand, their needs and the social problems involved. Daily chores include washing and feeding the elephants, learning some gardening and working with the people of the center. Option 4: Trekking or Beach This week is spent trekking in the jungle and rainforest of the Phutoei National Park, a lush park not often visited by other tourists. The week also includes the change to experience the different lifestyle of a nearby hilltribe village. This will be a unique experience: you will be roughing it in beautiful surroundings, surviving with just the basics, while experiencing a side of Thailand that many tourists never get the opportunity to see. If you are not up for a trek, then how about relaxing on a Thai beach for a week and experiencing the sun and surf in beautiful Thailand.

Project Details: # You must be at least 18 years of age. Or, if younger than 18, you must have parental or guardian consent. # Dedication to the full term of commitment . Most projects' duration is 1 week to 12 months. # Some projects require Spanish language skills. Spanish lessons are included with most destinations, and additional classes can be organized. # Enjoy providing a service and working with others in a challenging environment. # Open to foreign cultures and living abroad # High level of responsibility

Other Details:

Email: info@culturalembrace.com
Website: http://www.culturalembrace.com/5439726_24622.htm

Baantorfun School

Location: Samut Sakorn, Bangkok, Thailand

Project Description: We are a small school in Bangkok, where the teachers are expected to teach about hundred students.

Project Details: Accommodation will be given to the teachers free of cost. The accommodation is well furnished with attached private bathroom.

Other Details: The school will provide meals free of cost, Visa, Work Permit and laundry service.

Email: baantorfunschool@yahoo.com
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