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Embark upon an adventure of a lifetime, accomplishsomething remarkable, immerse in a new culture, and discover what volunteering has to offer!

 

Sounds like a dream? Perhaps, but this is what our volunteers and interns have told us of their experience while volunteering in Nepal with Volunteers Initiative Nepal (VIN).

 

Why should I volunteer with VIN’s teaching program?

Just Select a Project and Click Apply Now to Begin Your Adventure

Teaching Projects:

Explore Buddhist Culture by Teaching English at a Buddhist Monastery

Experience the unique opportunity to gain insight into Buddhist culture and practice. And no, you don’t have to be a Buddhist. Just come with a smile, your desire to teach and learn, and you’ll feel right at home. Volunteering as an English teacher to children in a Buddhist monastery is a deeply rewarding and unforgettable opportunity to give back.

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Make Dreams Come True by Teaching English at a Community School

Discover what it’s like firsthand to teach English in at community / public schools in Nepal as a volunteer or intern. When you volunteer to teach English you’ll be given an active role in the classroom. You’ll put your valuable skills to use by supporting dreams of students eager to learn English from teachers like you.

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Testimonials

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Toni Brooks

The best part of my VIN experience was my host family. Be prepared for things to be unusual, and not necessarily as you thought – but if you keep an open mind you will have...

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Success Stories

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A Woman of Hope

VIN’s Women’s Empowerment Program is wrapping up a two month long project focusing on social development within the villages of JitpurPhedi, VDC. The project itself focused on issues relating to mental health...

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VIN Ambassdor

Kirsty Cassie

I was an intern with VIN for 10 weeks from October to December 2015, working in the Environment and Conservation Program, with regards to Climate Change and sustainable agriculture. I graduated from the University of...

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Three hundred women from Okhaldhunga are oriented about reproductive health care

Reproductive health care training by VIN volunteer

An awareness campaigns on reproductive health care are conducted with about 300 local women from ward 1 and 2 of Siddhicharan municipality, Okhaldhunga.  Altogether 18 campaigns are organized, one campaign...

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Volunteers Initiative Nepal (VIN)

Nayabazaar Khusibu, Kathmandu

Email: support@volunteeringnepal.org

Fax: 00977 1 4362560

Tel: 00977 (1) 4362560 / 4356679 (Office)