Trips – National

Future Ed: Harnessing e-Learning to increase Access to Education


Cost: $1500 CAD + flights
Departure City: Any
Departure Date:
August 21, 2020
Return Date:
August 30, 2020
August 2020

San Pablo, Belize

$1500 CAD + Flights

In the rural villages of Belize, many students lack access to educational resources essential to learning. In response, SOS has teamed up with the local community and another Canadian not-for-profit organization to make learning resources available through innovative technologies, enabling e-learning even in regions without internet access.  Itinerary Highlights Participants will support the launch and implementation of this program through the following activities:
  • Organizing workshops with local youth, teachers, and policy makers to exchange cross-cultural perspectives on education, digital literacy, and human rights
  • Creating educational resources based on key curriculum topics
  • Serving as classroom assistant to support the delivery of curriculum, and offering training on the use of technology
  • Conducting quantitative and qualitative research to inform ongoing program evaluations 
Through this combination of activities, participants will be able to learn about designing, implementing and evaluating new social development programs. 

This program is ideal for any one interested in the use of technology within teaching, social development, and not-for-profit management.

Who We Work With
SOS works exclusively with registered non governmental organizations (NGOs) in every country we work in to not only ensure the efficiency of our projects, but to ensure our volunteers have the best experience. Partner NGO:
SEED Alliance Husband and wife Edil and Sheily created SEED Alliance in 2013. SEED Leaders propose community projects, in which many of them were born and raised in. SEED Alliance and SOS have worked together since 2012 on over 20 community development projects in Guatemala.  

What's Included?

SOS volunteers sleep in available community structures (classrooms, community centers, churches), and live as close to the conditions of the community as possible.

SOS works directly with Flight Centre to process all volunteers' Outreach Trip logistics from your travel insurance to your in country needs like clean drinking water and accommodations!

Three meals a day plus clean drinking water and snacks! Meals will consist of rice, beans, tortillas, and fruit/vegetables. Soups, stews, and pasta dishes are common as well. Most dietary restrictions and allergies can accommodated.

SOS works exclusively with registered non governmental organizations in every community to ensure our volunteers have the best experience possible.

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