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N_F.34 Work with socially disadvantaged boys in a home in Granada

Project number: N_F.34

Location: Granada, Nicaragua

Casa Hogar Collage

Project description:

The founders of this project want to give underprivileged and unstable boys in Granada a perspective: they have created a sheltered environment to facilitate the children’s social integration. The presence of psychologists and social workers ensures an optimal environment to reach this goal by  arranging therapy sessions to cater to the needs of the children. Moreover, the home organises homework assistance, exam preparation sessions and handicraft courses. Sports, cooking and reading are also on the schedule.

Your tasks:

  • Support the teachers to provide an individual and creative classroom experience
  • Assist the children with their homework and exam preparation
  • Spend time with the children while playing sports, cooking etc.
  • Working times: depend on volunteers availability

Accommodation, Benefits and Costs:

  • Stay at a host family(50$/week) or shared flat (100-200$/month)
  • Proyecto Mosaico books your lodging, Spanish school and your transportation from the airport, furthermore we offer individual assistance provided by the office in Granada before, throughout and after your stay
  • For our services we ask a one-time-only fee of 250 € regardless of the length of your stay

Requirements:

  • Minimum stay: 3 months
  • Spanish level: intermediate
  • Skills and expertise: you like spending time and working with children, knowledge in psychology, education or social work, creative skills, e.g. cooking, planting, sports, experiences in tutoring or working with children are helpful (but are not required)

 

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