If you’re an education major, you can get involved with teaching volunteer internship in Uganda. Beacon of Hope Uganda has opportunities to work in primary, secondary, vocational and higher institutions.
Gain real hands on work experience in education, get exposed to different teaching methodologies, and experience culture in Uganda through our teaching volunteer internship.
Teaching volunteer interns assist local teachers by promoting learning in the classroom, help with curriculum development, implementing teaching strategies, conduct educational outreach initiatives and conducting after class programs.
This teaching volunteer internship program in Uganda will provide practical classroom experience to further your career goals. The program length is minimum stay of 8 weeks of teaching practice in a local school.
You’ll be teaching a wide range of students from 3-20– all excited and ready to learn. If you are not interested in an internship you can choose one of our volunteer teaching projects.
This teaching volunteer internship is suitable for anyone who enjoys or wants to work with children and youth in a school setup. If a teaching internship requires completing a student teaching semester, our program can be customized to meet your college/university’s requirements.
We shall have an orientation day upon arrival and you’ll meet your fellow teaching interns, before starting your placement. Beacon of Hope Uganda’s teaching volunteer internships are not just for Education majors.
Undergraduate and graduate students, recent graduates, and mid-career professionals from other fields have all participated in our programs in Uganda.
Apart from these internships we also have a range of programs specifically for students looking to travel and volunteer in Uganda during their spring break, summer holiday or gap year volunteering to make a real difference in the world.