Volunt2Thai Campus & Cultural Centre

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Volunt2Thai Campus & Cultural Centre

  • Marker details
  • DescriptionV2T, Volunt2Thai - Volunteer to Thailand is a relief project in the northeastern region in Issan. http://www.volunt2thai.com https://web.facebook.com/volunt2thai https://web.facebook.com/VereinVolun2ThaiWien http://weconas.wixsite.com/v2t-austria
  • LocationThailand, Chang Wat Udon Thani, Amphoe Phen, Tambon Ban Lao

  • Work
  • Type of work Animal care
    Art project
    Charity work
    Elderly care
    General maintenance
    Language practice
  • Hours per day Mo-Friday 8-16 h
  • Work requirements: You work with the community, establish new friendships and have the opportunity to exchange ideas and experiences. There is no upper age restriction. The work input is up to each volunteer’s personal strength and ability. Non-mandatory assets are: First Aid certification, TEFL/CELTA certification, Thai language classes, previous teaching experience, previous farming experience, previous NGO/volunteer work, etc
  • Host's preferences
  • Availability: Send a message to inquire.
  • Duration of stay: 14 days up to one year
  • Maximum number of helpers: 3
  • Last minute requests: Okay
  • Host
  • Languages:English, German, Thai
  • Has pets? We have a farm
  • Smokes at home? No
  • Accommodation: Volunteers live in their own V2T Village. This consists of several bungalows, a shared outdoor kitchen, bathroom facilities and a place to hang out together. The dorms are convenient for 4 people, equipped bunk beds and good mattresses.
  • Additional info
  • Food Volunteers cook for themselves in their shared outdoor kitchen. Basic food groceries are provided weekly in the fridge in the V2T Village. These are included in your contribution of 1500 Baht per week. Further food, for example fruit, dairy products or soft drinks, can be bought easily on the markets and little shops nearby. Normally, volunteers who teach at the schools receive a free lunch there and will eat together with the students and teachers.