Indonesia

Indonesia – Teach Life Skills & ESL

Share your cooking skills with others in Indonesia this fall! All lessons will be taught in English so that students from the local area Lutheran high school can learn important life skills while also improving their English.   

Information

Lead a weeklong camp to teach practical skills like cooking, gardening, and raising chickens to high school students at an Indonesian Lutheran high school. Students will gain skills to grow and raise their own food while learning English at the same time. 

 

Overview

Location: Indonesia

Dates: September - October 2019 (specific dates are flexible based on the volunteers' schedules)

Volunteers needed: 1 - 5

Application deadline: May 15, 2019

 

Your time in Indonesia

Anticipated activities
Work together as a team to prepare lessons
Lead fun-filled interactive classes

Skills/Characteristics
Enjoys teaching and sharing knowledge with high school students
Comfortable speaking in front of others
Enjoys learning about others and celebrates differences

Language
English
Familiarity with Bahasa Indonesia (the official national language) is encouraged

 

Cost

Cost per volunteer
$3,300 – includes airfare, in-country transportation, food, lodging, in-country communication, visa, and international insurance.

Support raising
Support raising is a great way to fundraise for your trip and surround yourself with a support network. You can learn more about support raising here.

 

Additional details

Passport
You will need a valid passport to travel to and from Indonesia. It must not expire within six months of the trip.

Immunizations
All routine vaccinations should be up to date. Additionally, the CDC recommends getting vaccinated for Hepatitis A and Typhoid.

Considerations
Weather is hot and humid, and living conditions are very simple.

Preparation
We facilitate orientation meetings to help you prepare for your time volunteering.

 

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“I will never forget walking out of the church at the last village we visited. A group of young adults began singing Amazing Grace in Bahasa Indonesian. Then they all looked over at me, smiled, and started singing in English. Tears welled up in my eyes and my faith grew in ways I can’t explain.”

Amanda Nortch

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Our work in Indonesia

From clean water to educational community health fairs, Kingdom Workers partners with local Lutheran churches to provide needed solutions for people living in rural areas of Indonesia. 

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