Location
  • Peru
    • Trujillo
    • Chiclayo
Length
4 - 26 weeks
Classroom Audience
Early Childhood Pre-School Elementary

Program Details

Qualifications
  • Fluent Spanish
  • Intermidiate Spanish
Job Type
Tutoring
Classroom Audience
Early Childhood Pre-School Elementary
Housing
Host Family
Weekly Classroom Hours
25
Age Min.
21

Pricing

Starting Price
430
Price Details
First month is US$ 430 & then drops to US$ 410
Being part of Sayariy-Resurgiendo is being part of a community!
As such, to equip you for your experience we incorporate:
• Initial week's training
• On-going support
• Accommodation
• T-shirt & Welcome Pack
• Arrival transport
• Lesson materials
• Certificate on completion
• Cultural activities (optional at own cost)
What's Included
Accommodation Wifi
What's Not Included
Airfare Meals SIM cards Transportation Travel Insurance Visa
Nov 16, 2023
Nov 06, 2023
13 travelers are looking at this program

About Program

Are you ready to embark on a transformative 3-month volunteering experience? This opportunity is crafted for individuals with a background in education, providing a platform to apply your expertise and concurrently enrich your personal, academic, and/or professional skills. Additionally, this program offers an excellent chance to enhance your proficiency in Spanish.

As a Classroom Assistant in public schools, your pivotal role involves supporting children aged 6 to 7, including those with diverse needs, ensuring their active engagement in lessons. You will also have the privilege of leading engaging English classes, introducing these young minds to the joys of learning a second language.

Your responsibilities include teaching primary school students, assessing their progress, and planning dynamic and interactive classes.

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Program Highlights

  • Cultural Exchange Opportunity, Collaborative Educational Environment,Language Learning Facilitation

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Program Reviews

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  • Benefits 4.35
  • Support 4.7
  • Fun 4
  • Facilities 4
  • Safety 4.35
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Fred
5/5
Yes, I recommend this program

A memorable experience

My time with Sayariy was very memorable. You are not heading to a fancy area of Peru but you are heading to a place in which you can make a difference. Lou and the team have set up some fantastic community led kitchens and schools which I helped out on. The kids that I taught were all very inquisitive and keen to learn about the outside world. They do not have a lot of educational resources and so anything that you can teach them goes a long way. The ‘mamas’ and volunteers were great and welcomed me nicely- including a tour of the city and some lovely local veggie food! Trujillo also has a lot offer as a city- I recommend heading down to Huanchaco for some surfing!

Pros
  • Great People
  • Immersive cultural and linguistic experience
  • Lots to explore
Cons
  • Quite a lot of travel in and out of the city
22 people found this review helpful.
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Laura
5/5
Yes, I recommend this program

Teaching english in trujillo

Everything was very well organised, and it was possible to get help when you needed it. Very individual time management - you would not be bored if you didnt want to, always something you could do.
I was living with another girl from my country as well, but the families are so nice that its no problem going alone.
The organisation (Sayaryi) is doing the best job in the communities and their work is very admirable. Getting to get a view into the workings of an organisation like it has been very insightfull.

Pros
  • Culture exchange
  • Meeting new people
30 people found this review helpful.
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Ingeborg
5/5
Yes, I recommend this program

Working in Trujillo

I had a great experience teaching english in Trujillo, Peru. The work was serious and flexible, which made it really fun for me. If you like children and to teach you will definitely like this. The people in the organization, Sayariy, are very professional, inclusive and sweet, and they will help with whatever you need! They also have other interesting projects you can visit during your stay to know even more about Peru which is relle interesting too.
The best part of my stay was my host family. They are so caring and helpfull, and I really felt like a part of the family.
I couldn’t have wished for more!

Pros
  • Host families = big knowledge of culture and tradition
  • Serious organization
  • Improvement of Spanish skills
Cons
  • Sometimes there is not many volunteers, so you have to be good at taking initiative
28 people found this review helpful.

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