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JAB / 118 / August 2023: Cheap Gap Year Ideas For 23/24
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⭐️Free Teaching Placement In China
CHINA > Gotoco welcomes you to spend six to eight weeks on a teaching placement in one of the most hyped and exciting countries in Asia, with the bonus of gaining a teaching qualification. There’s no fee for UK nationals and non UK nationals that legally reside in the UK. Accommodation will usually be a shared room with local meals provided. Flights are included. Some costs are paid upfront and then reimbursed. More information: https://www.go-to.co/china-sojourn/.
MALDIVES > At the time of writing there is still no news on applications opening for the Barefoot Bookseller role with Soneva Fushi, a 5-star luxury resort in the Baa Atoll. The previous occupant of the job has left her post and returned to Wales and, if the timetable for previous years is followed, by the time this issue of JAB has been sent we would expect application to have opened and global press attention to have begun rolling for this once in a lifetime opportunity. Flights are included too.
⭐️Empowerment In Motion
PHILIPPINES > Casa Bantu is a community centre located at the heart of one of Manila's most densely populated slums that uses the art of Capoeira, an Afro-Brazilian martial art that combines elements of dance, acrobatics, music and spirituality, to empower vulnerable children and young people by helping them develop important behavioural and social skills as well as teaching them critical thinking.
Volunteers may choose to support existing programmes in the areas of providing food, academic support, basic literacy and numeracy and job skills training or may choose to design a programme or set of activities that conform to their particular areas of expertise. Bantu is a small organization and cannot at this time offer accommodation to volunteers. Volunteers are welcome to the food that they prepare and do not charge any fees for volunteering. Volunteers also can get free lessons of Capoeira.
⭐️Friends Of Paul Newman
IRELAND > Imagine if children living with serious illness had the chance to simply be children, thought Paul Newman – yep, that Paul Newman – to just have fun. So he started a camp where kids could, in his words,“raise a little hell.” Barretstown offers free, specially designed camps and programmes for children and their families living with a serious illness, supported behind the scenes by 24 hour on site medical and nursing care.
Cara is the Irish word for ‘friend’ and as a cara your role at camp is to look after the daily needs of the campers, to accompany them in their activities and provide them with a fun, safe and supportive environment. The commitment as a volunteer cara at camp ranges from three to eight days. Food, accommodation and transportation to and from the airport are provided. More information from https://www.barretstown.org/volunteers/.
⭐️Friends Of Waldorf Education
GERMANY > People of all nations are invited to apply for voluntary service in Germany sponsored by the Friends of Waldorf Education. Volunteers help out with the elderly or in special needs schools. Applicants should know some German, have already gathered practical experience in working with people with special needs or with the elderly (or have done a two week internship in your home country in the same field in which they would like to work in Germany), and be prepared to work for 12 months in a full time capacity. Volunteers receive free room and board and an allowance of at least €200 per month.
⭐️Squash For Syrians
JORDAN > Jordan’s proximity to Syria saw over half a million people cross over the border to seek refuge, placing a burden on the country’s education system. One of the more leftfield organisations we have seen is Squash Dreamers, which trains refugee girls in Jordan to become competitive squash players while also providing English language education with the hopes of enrolling them in schools with squash programmes.
They seek volunteers living or studying in Jordan, or just in country for a short while, to get involved with teaching English. Squash players, graduates of urban squash programmes, and all squash enthusiasts are also invited to swing by practice to help with coaching. They ask for a minimum of two weeks. Volunteers should be self funding but they are able to offer advice to volunteers on finding somewhere to stay.
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⭐️Mountain Forest Preservation
SWITZERLAND > The Mountain Forest Project sets a signal against the destruction of the mountain forest, contributes actively to its preservation and arranges for volunteers to be able to experience first hand this fascinating ecosystem. Possible tasks include the construction of trails, bulkheads, protections and fences against wildlife browsing, tending of the forest, planting, or clearing. German and French are the languages spoken on these projects. Meals and simple lodging in alpine or forest cabins, or perhaps tents, are available. Free to participate. More information from https://bergwaldprojekt.ch/englisch/.
SWEDEN > Live the life of a Viking in 1138 AD. Foteviken Museum is an archaeological open air museum that conveys how life might have been in a town during the late Viking Age. Aside from traditional exhibitions, the museum is a reconstructed Viking town with 23 buildings and a Viking ship.
Enthusiastic interns and volunteers are constantly in need to populate and help bring the town to life. If by chance you have not packed any Viking age clothing you may borrow some from the museum.
Scandinavian Viking Explorer Group membership is required to participate. This costs a little under €15 and includes insurance cover. Volunteers may live free of charge in the volunteer house, where they are assigned a bunk. More serious re-enactors with their own Viking tent may live in the Viking Town. More information from https://www.fotevikensmuseum.se/d/en/vikingar/volontar.
⭐️Geordie Cake Bonus
BULGARIA > Kathy and her daughter Ella have welcomed around 300 volunteers from around the world since they moved to their village in Bulgaria, buying a house and naming it after their favourite patch of green, Newcastle United’s football ground. They’ve since expanded to several more properties locally. Work is five hours a day times five days a week, on tasks as varied as cooking, laying floors, building garden structures, painting and chasing sheep.
They generally need volunteers from the beginning of March until the end of October. Most people come for two or three weeks but there are opportunities to stay longer, plus a work experience position in natural building. Their youngest volunteer was 5 years old, and focused her attention on walking the dog a lot, and the oldest 73. Volunteers working for their keep are housed in the centre of Voditsa, in Varna province, where there is an apartment for volunteers. Anyone who arrives in a Newcastle shirt gets an extra piece of cake. More information: http://www.stjamespark.biz.
⭐️Support Communities In Istria
SLOVENIA > Over 1200 volunteers have helped this charity project support local communities in the Istria region. They help people in need and local charities, work on local sustainable projects, help in an animal shelter, participate at local cultural events, clean overgrown terraces and paths, organise clean up actions and much more. From such a diverse range of works, you will learn many useful skills, from easy construction work to cooking. Volunteers stay in their volunteer centre in Kastelec village in simple shared rooms. As a non profit they ask volunteers to contribute €5 per day towards the costs of their food. For those coming through an ESC project, all the costs are covered through the programme. They get their volunteers through Workaway.
⭐️Horse Handling Internships
PORTUGAL > Quinta Lusitânia say they are always looking for interns for their 12 week minimum internship working with Lusitano horses. A solid foundation in horse handling and riding is a must here. Private accommodation and meals in an elegant atmosphere are provided to their volunteers, along with lessons in horsemanship and veterinary medicine.
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NEW ZEALAND > The government agency charged with conserving New Zealand’s natural and historic heritage accepts international volunteers to assist with field work in a range of projects across the country. There is generally no charge to participate in their volunteer activities but some projects may request a contribution to transport, food or other costs. Volunteers are usually expected to provide their own accommodation. Often a sleeping bag is required. Sometimes help with local accommodation may be provided due to the location, work and time required of volunteers.
⭐️Po Face To Face Teaching
CAMBODIA > Every day ECC school provides free education to around 100 students from the local village of Po, near Siem Reap, depending on volunteers to provide daily classes to a wide range of ages and levels. Volunteers also support the village next to Po, by providing classes in their Pagoda. You don’t necessarily need to come from a teaching background. They are also looking for help in administration (IT and web) areas, welcoming people who can get stuck in, are flexible and who are able to multitask.
Three meals a day and accommodation in the home of the family who founded the school are provided. To cover the basic costs they ask for a minimal donation of $56 per week. More information from ECC, who also have a Workaway listing.
INDIA > You can be star gazer, wildlife or bird watching expert says the about section of Himalayan Volunteer Tourism, a public Facebook group which lists many projects posted by local individuals or organisations. More common are requests for help with teaching kids in village schools, yoga tuition, content creation and helping in a hostel.
LATVIA > The Aussie and Brit owned Naughty Squirrel Backpackers in Riga’s old town say they are always looking for volunteers, whether you can come ASAP or later in the year. The work includes a few hours a day making beds and general cleaning, and joining in on their nightly activities: pub crawls, beer pong tournaments, games nights. If you plan to be there in the winter, ask if they need someone to help with their bobsled, dogsled and AK shooting tours. Accommodation is provided in their volunteer dorm. There may be payment and free beers offered here too.
⭐️Hostel Volunteering In Israel
ISRAEL > The volunteer programme of the Abraham Hostels began in the first weeks of the Jerusalem hostel’s existence when a young traveller asked to stay on and help them out. Volunteers contribute to the social atmosphere of the hostel, help serve breakfast, plan and run evening social events, assist at the bar and escort guests to the starting point of the Old City tour. Along with a bed in a dorm room, volunteers get free breakfast, 50% off at the bar, and a free go on most of their tours if there is space. On your days off, you can stay at one of their other hostels for free, based on availability.
SPAIN > Run by Rachel, an active environmentalist from London who has organised green fairs and festivals throughout the UK, VerdeVeras Eco Camping welcomes volunteers with experience in sustainable techniques, such as cob building and permaculture, as well as people with traditional practical skills, including cooking, gardening or social media. Scores of volunteers, each credited on the website with their picture, have helped out here for three hours a day, five days a week in exchange for dormitory accommodation in bell tents. More information: http://verdeveras.es/get-involved/.
⭐️SEA Influencer Round Up
SOUTH EAST ASIA > Mad Monkey, Bodega and Slumber Party are among the brands welcoming influencers to stay in their hostels in exchange for creative services rendered. Artists, models, musicians, DJs, photographers, content creators and influencers can all earn short or even long term stays in Thailand and other countries in the region.
⭐️Huskies Are Hard Work
FINLAND > Hetta Huskies offers both short and multi day safaris from their farm base, 300km inside the Arctic Circle in Finnish Lapland. The short term shovel work they used to offer to overseas volunteers now goes to local kids. Instead, a three month husky guide internship aims to have participants feel like they leave as competent dog handlers, if not as experienced sleddog guides.
They also have a farm hand role available through Workaway and, if you only have a few days or a couple of weeks to spare and inquire by random chance at the right time, they may have a need for manual labour to complete a specific task. They describe this as effectively couch surfing. Hetta make no bones about the level of hard work and commitment required for all their roles.
Interns get full board and accommodation. Farmhands applying through Workaway receive breakfast, lunch and accommodation, but should factor in the cost of joining the work exchange platform. Couch surfers get accommodation with lunch. They kinda hide or certainly play down their internships page from the navigation on their website and we can understand why - they must be inundated - but more information can be had here.
⭐️Help Children In Asia
MONGOLIA & NEPAL > Just Volunteers is a non profit organisation that introduces volunteers to small charities in East Asia. They take no fees from either volunteers or the small number of charities on their books, including a children's centre near Ulaanbaatar but it is $20 per day for yurt accommodation in the grounds of the children’s home in the heart of the Central Asian Steppe and all food. Stay four weeks or more and this drops to $15 per day.
Volunteering with this NGO based in Kathmandu gives the opportunity to make a meaningful impact on very poor children's education. You will choose what you'd like to do with the students - sports, English classes, computer classes, music, etc - with the goal of helping their students interact with people from different cultures and learn something from the wider world and about themselves. Accommodation, a monthly allowance to partially cover living expenses and use of a scooter are provided.
⭐️Four Legs Good, Two Legs Good Too
INDONESIA > Bali Animal Welfare Association is a non profit organisation working to save, protect and improve the lives of all animals in Bali and beyond. BAWA directly relieves the suffering of animals by providing emergency response and rescue, food and medication, rehabilitation and adoption. Funded entirely by donations they rely heavily on a staff of dedicated volunteers to provide cuddles and kisses and daily walks for the hundreds of animals in their care. They sometimes also invite volunteers to assist with programmes such as street feeding, and welcome those with specialist skills such as graphic design, photography and film making, writing, social media projects, IT, event management and administration. Volunteers should be self funding and find their own place to stay.
Animal shelters are cat nip for us, so there’s plenty more around the world looking for volunteers mentioned in back issues of JAB. I’m sure we’ll do a animal shelter round up issue one day but for now you you’ll have to the finger/mouse work yourself.
⭐️Travelling Under Different Circumstances
EUROPE > Volunteer in Lifting Hands International’s refugee centre in Balti, Moldova, an hour and a half south of the Ukrainian border, and you be helping Ukrainian refugees overcome psychological distress, improving their social skills, and using your passions and expertise to run special workshops or classes. A minimum six week commitment is required. Housing is free for all international volunteers and, according to Moldovan law, each volunteer will receive €200 per month to cover basic living expenses. More information from https://www.lhi.org/volunteer.
Since 2017, Collective Aid has welcomed over 1,600 passionate and committed volunteers from all over the world wanting to support people on the move. Language skills are an advantage here: they especially encourage applications from volunteers who speak Serbo-Croat-Bosnian, French, Pashto, Arabic, Farsi, Kurdish, Turkish, Urdu, Hindi, Tigrinya, Amharic, Oromo, Thai, Vietnamese, and Punjabi.
Most of their shorter term volunteers will be working on the ground in their various projects. Volunteers have cooked, driven, written, cleaned, taught, packed, organised, fundraised, posted, built, played, painted, emailed, designed, translated, collected border violence testimonies, and so much more.
Collective Aid are active in Northern France, Bosnia and Serbia. They strongly encourage people that may be concerned about the financial costs of volunteering to apply, saying they are committed to making sure that financial barriers do not prevent anyone from volunteering with them. More information at https://www.collectiveaidngo.org/volunteer.
Also in Serbia, in Šid, near the border with Croatia, is No Name Kitchen, an independent movement working along the Balkan and Mediterranean migrant routes to promote humanitarian aid and political action for those who suffer the difficulties of extreme journeys and violent push backs. NNK facilitates internships with infield organisations by providing free accommodation, partial allowance, legal services and psychological support for a real humanitarian experience. They state that conditions for volunteers might be stressful and the work requires emotional maturity and responsibility.
Survival help to refugees and other vulnerable groups is given by several organisations with facilities in the Greek Islands, who are in turn helped by generous volunteers. You could be helping to provide a warm welcome, food, water, dry clothes, shelter, information and access to medical support, a safe escort to unaccompanied minors, administrative support, or teaching English.
Any donations received by NGOs are spent on helping refugees so all the costs related to living expenses, transport, and accommodation are usually borne by volunteers. Discounted housing may sometimes be available or help is often given with finding somewhere to live nearby. We’ve covered this topic regularly in JAB so go to our website for a list of organisations that will welcome your help.
We’ve mentioned Refugee Community Kitchen here more than once too. Their volunteers are ordinary people making a big difference to the lives of many. They constantly need new volunteers to help them cook and serve thousands of warm nutritious meals every day to displaced people in northern France. Volunteers are asked to arrange their own accommodation and travel plans. Lunch can be provided. A number of limited spaces may be available in shared houses in Calais for long term volunteers aged over 21.
Helping asylum seekers and other vulnerable group is also the aim of Serve The City. They welcome self funding volunteers in Luxembourg who have never volunteered before to give their time, whether once a year, once every couple of months or on a regular basis. Their projects include bringing food to people on the streets, putting on movie nights for asylum seekers and playing football with refugees.
⭐️Maltese Turtle Rescue
MALTA > From watering trees, through admin, clean ups and joining the marine rescue team, volunteers can help further the activities of Nature Trust Malta. Their marine rescue volunteers are given a training course on handling protected injured wildlife before helping dophins stranded ashore, rescuing injured turtles and other animals. Volunteers should be self funding.
⭐️Get Involved With The Cape Tribulation Tropical Research Station
AUSTRALIA > The Cape Tribulation Tropical Research Station and Bat House, three hours away from Cairns, is part of a research and conservation organisation that since 1988 has specialised in lowland tropical ecosystems. The station seeks, among others, resting writers, cooks, plumbers, gardeners and bat lovers. Volunteers will assist in research activities and the daily running and maintenance of the research station, bat house and the 25 acre grounds. During their down time volunteers can enjoy some of the finest coral reefs of the Great Barrier Reef. The usual stay here is two to three weeks and bring your instruments if you are a musician. Volunteers unvaccinated against rabies won’t be allowed near the bats.
The Research Station can accommodate up to 20 people in four cabin style bunkhouses. Some double rooms are available for couples. The facilities are basic and fairly spartan but said to be comfortable. Volunteers pay A$40 per day for food and accommodation. The station’s literature is a few years out of date but Australianly blunt about the fees: “Before you bitch about costs … Don’t forget –a backpacker room is 35$ (shared room) minimum –and no food .. another $25 IF you are lucky!” Discounts may be able to be negotiated for longer stays.
AUSTRIA > Head into the countryside 60 kilometres from Vienna where a welcome awaits young people who want to care for horses and other animals. Reiterfarm Nexenhof’s work focuses on horse riding assisted education and therapeutic riding. Here, volunteers can learn to ride, horse therapy, participate in training the horses, milk the goats, mow the meadow and make hay, muck out the barn and restore their historic courtyard. Self catering accommodation is provided. Membership of HelpStay is required to apply.
⭐️Wildlife Rescue In Singapore
SINGAPORE > ACRES Wildlife Rescue Centre welcomes volunteer help with cleaning, food preparation, feeding and enrichment, and maintenance of the premises. Volunteers aged over 21 can be trained to handle animals and join the rescue team. Until recently, ACRES welcomed international volunteers with onsite accommodation provided for a fee. This programme is on hold until the end of 2023 but international volunteers can still participate if they find their own accommodation.
⭐️Work With Wild Elephants In The City Of Bratislava
SLOVAKIA > Volunteers feature regularly in the reviews of two Bratislava hostels, one in the old town on the second floor of a 200 years old historical building, the other in the city centre. Other than stating that their staff are backpackers, neither Wild Elephants nor their sister hostel, Urban Elephants, provide up to date information for potential volunteers on their website but #volunteers is in recurring use on their social media and the number of Polaroids of leaving volunteers pinned to their wall suggest they take on quite a few each year. Volunteers are accommodated in mixed dormitory rooms exclusively with other members of the staff. They provide all your food and a chance to make some pocket money in exchange for your help in the hostel for 25 hours per week. In the evenings there are vegan dinners where everyone is coming together to talk about the experience of the day.
⭐️Good Human Beings
PAKISTAN > A residential boys school hosts volunteers who can spend time with their students teaching them English, your culture, or anything which can help the students to become good human beings. Food and accommodation are provided but a Workaway membership is required to apply.
⭐️Nice And Good People
LITHUANIA > Saulius, Kamilė and Namėjus are living the dream on their homstead, growing their own food and managing a camping on the same land. During the summer they invite nice and good people to join them in helping them to develop their campsite. Volunteers are provided with a bed in a dorm room, shared room, and sometimes a private room or a caravan trailer. Camping in the apple tree garden is also an option. Seasonal and local is available to cook. Membership of Workaway is required to apply.
⭐️Hard Working Nature Lovers
ESTONIA > If you are a nature lover, don’t mind hard work, and wish to meet people of different nationalities then consider helping at Pillapalu Forest Retreat. Volunteers stay for two to 14 days to help with outdoor DIY, growing fruit, veg, herbs and mushrooms, and with cooking. Painters and sculptors are also welcome. Food and accommodation are provided. More information via https://en.pillapalu.ee/projects-8.
⭐️English And German Practice Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan
KAZAKHSTAN > Passionate and eager volunteers are sought by Logos Education Center to teach and practice English with their students. You don't have to be an experienced teacher. As long as you are fluent in English and open to teaching, they would love to have you in Bishkek. German speakers are welcome too. A room in an apartment five minutes walk to the language school and three meals a day are provided. Membership of HelpStay is required to apply.
ANDORRA & AZERBAIJAN > Volunteers helping at either of these two very different race events will be paying their own way and making all arrangements themselves.
Andorra Epic is a new MTB race experience bringing together riders from around the world to indulge their sense of adventure, challenge their limits and discover the beauty of a country made for mountain biking. Volunteers are at the heart of each race and the organisers are always on the lookout for enthusiastic, motivated individuals to get involved, from registration to handing out medals and everything in between.
Petrol heads will prefer to head east to Azerbaijan. For the next years, Baku is on the Formula 1 Grand Prix circuit. An excellent command of English is one of the criteria to join the 5,000 volunteers playing their part in the organisation of the race.
ICELAND > The Environment Agency of Iceland’s volunteer Trail Teams work throughout Iceland’s national parks and nature protection areas each summer on a programme that runs for nine weeks. Volunteers support the work of local rangers and are involved in all aspects of practical nature conservation work in Iceland’s nature protection areas. Central to the work is the construction and maintenance of networks of hiking trails with tasks including working with timber and stone to build bridges, boardwalks, drains and steps. Other tasks include ground clearance, surfacing and a great deal of digging.
Volunteer teams are involved in GPS mapping, data collection and the removal of invasive plant species. Applicants must be over 20 years old and have some experience in practical work, hill walking and camping. No experience of nature conservation work is required as training is provided.
During the programme food, travel and accommodation (often camping) are provided. The remote worksites and basic living conditions make this programme both an adventure and a challenge. Volunteers are selected from applicants and do not pay a participation fee. Shorter term volunteers aged under 20 can also get involved for a fee.
More information: https://www.ust.is/english/visiting-iceland/volunteers/
⭐️Community Work In Beirut And The Bekaa Valley
LEBANON > Over 600 volunteers from 30 countries have participated in the Salam LADC’s international voluntering programme, teaching English or assisting local staff with the running of their community centres in Bekaa and Beirut. An apartment shared with other volunteers is available in Beirut for $120 per month, or in Bekaa for $150. More information: https://salamladc.org/volunteer/
⭐️Free Festival Tickets
WORLDWIDE > A chance to see headline acts and jump the queues for tickets is offered to volunteers willing to pick up litter, fundraise for charities or check wristbands at some of the world's most popular music festivals. A refundable deposit aimed at preventing no shows may be required but a free ticket, camping accommodation, food and beer tokens are among the perks.
The festival dates won’t match but otherwise most of the information we gave in a back issue of JAB on volunteering for music festivals in the UK should still be correct: https://newsletter.jobsabroadbulletin.co.uk/p/the-working-traveller#%C2%A7volunteering-for-larger-music-festivals-in-the-uk. Try here for paid festival work.
Or how about a beach holiday and boutique music festival on the stunning Albanian Riviera? The people selling the tickets to Kala say to expect blissful beach days, mouth watering Mediterranean food and the very best DJs and live acts performing at spectacular open air seaside venues. Mainstage handled their volunteer applications in 2023 with shared accommodation, return transport from a London airport, plus two meals per day and drinking water made available to succesful applicants, with a £150 deposit payable in advance to guarantee attendance.
In Denmark, Roskilde Festival becomes Northern Europe’s largest culture and music festival for four days in early July. It’s been around since 1971 and is run by a non profit organisation with the assistance of around 30,000 volunteers, some of whom are English speakers. See here for a couple more European music festivals, though dates given are for this year. The same goes for these festivals in the USA.
⭐️Surf House Help
SRI LANKA & PORTUGAL > Gota Dagua calls out to passionate and motivated travellers to help them with the day to day running of their surf houses in Sri Lanka and Portugal. Yoga teacher, social host, content creator, chef and shop assistant are some of the titles given to volunteers from all over the world each year. Accommodation is provided with surf lessons and use of equipment additional perks.
⭐️Help Ukrainian Kids Upgrade Their English Language Skills
REMOTE > Each summer GoGlobal used to run the largest volunteering programme in Eastern Europe, inviting students from all over the world to come to Ukraine and teach kids English, French and German at school camps all over the country. As with the lives of many children in Ukraine the Russians ruined this but GoGlobal have launched a new online programme for English speaking volunteers from all over the world wanting to help Ukrainian kids upgrade their English language skills.
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