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Buddy for Online Language Groups

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Description of the role:

Volunteer as an online language buddy and help others learn a new language. You would be leading a group on a language you are fluent or native, for 12 sessions of 90 minutes each. You will be able to choose the schedule that best fits you. 2x a week for 6 weeks or 3x a week for 4 weeks.
If you have some extra time during the week to help others feel more connected, join us as a language buddy

"I decided to become a buddy and spend some of my free time in this adventure because I knew how worthwhile could be to volunteer in order to help people who are trying to discover a new language. The hours I spent with my students were amazing, and I could learn more about myself, about my own country, as well as discover some great new people. I would absolutely recommend this opportunity to everyone who loves languages and is willing to share their expertise!" Lois, Buddy for Spanish

Opportunity Activities: Befriending and Buddying, Community Work, Employee and Group Volunteering, Languages, Teaching, Training and Coaching
Availability required:

M T W T F S S
Morning
Afternoon
Evening

What skills are needed?

No major skill required, just your motivation to help other learn a new language. We will provide training and materials you can use during your sessions.

What skills will be learned / gained?

You will be gaining skils in lesson planning, leadership, time management, public speaking, online platforms and how to use them,

DBS Check Required: No
Driving Licence Required: No
Details of restriction:

Our language groups are focused for adult participants

Mandatory training required for role: Yes
Details of mandatory training:

It is a simple call with our team to explain what the role entails and how to do it.

Extra information:

We welcome everyone that wants to share their language with others.


About the Opportunity Host Organisation


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Host Organisation: SPEAK Ipswich
Organisation Profile:

To bring locals and migrants together through language and culture exchange