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Technical and Practical Skills
Community Development Volunteer

If you are called to bring the whole of life under the lordship of Jesus, and devote your knowledge or skills to contribute to the community, Thailand may be where you are called to. We are reaching out university students, teachers and locals through sports, teaching English and other social activities.

 

Basketball In Udon Thani

South East Asia
Pay Structure
Raising Support
Commitment Length
1-2 Years
Information & Requirements

More information:
The place you are going to stay and work at is a new OM Thailand branch started in March 2020. You may be asked to instruct hobby classes in order to reach out the students.

Requirements:
Passionate about reaching out to young people
Practical skills are expected
Willing to learn Thai and adopt a different culture, including food
Physically capable of traveling and living in rural area
Married couples are welcome

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