Volunteer at JWOC!
Every volunteer brings a different set of skills that can be applied to our various programs. Whether it is hands-on training to our staff or Scholarship students, designing curricula or upgrading our IT systems, there are many ways you can get involved!
We are looking for international volunteers who can offer particular skills that will leave a lasting and sustainable impact on the people and communities we work with. We also accept volunteers who can offer remote support for campaigning, website design or communications.
If you are interested in volunteering at JWOC, please send a full resume and statement of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What an amazing time I had. It started in May 2018 and I finished in April 2019. Over the year I was an assistant English teacher to a number of amazing Cambodian teachers. I worked with children ranging in age from 8 to 15 years old. My role mainly involved speaking to the children so they could hear a native speaker (even with a very strong Australian accent). Some of my other roles were to help the teachers improve their English, correcting work and I helping them to think about how to help the children to understand what they are learning. Throughout the year I attended many different school/teacher/staff events, experiencing other aspects of school and Cambodian life not only teaching. Through this whole
I am a retired technical manager and project manager volunteering remotely from my home in New Jersey, USA. I have been working with JWOC since the winter of 2018 as a volunteer webmaster. Using JWOC’s previous site content and working with Aklile and Keisha, I redesigned and launched JWOC’s current website. I also help manage the hosting of the site and keep an eye on it.
Volunteering with JWOC has been a wonderful opportunity to utilize and improve my technical skills and to serve the world community. I have also come to appreciate and enjoy my relationships with my JWOC co-workers!
The impact that JWOC has on Cambodian youth through its programs and dedicated staff eclipses my contribution but makes me feel a part of something positive. Considering what I see happening in my country and the world, being a part of something positive contributes to my well being as well.
I hope to continue to be a part of JWOC’s virtual staff for a long time. Hopefully, I’ll even be able to visit in person one day.