Get Your Chance To Volunteer In Belarus

International work-camp for intercultural communication Fantasy Camp announced the call for applications for a volunteering program. If you are young, open-minded, positive and active person, who speaks English fluently, don't miss your chance to spend unforgettable time in Belarus.

Belarusian travel agency Fantasy Tours invites international volunteers to participate in youth and children work camp situated 20 km away from Minsk. The organisers would like volunteers to share their language experience (in English) with Belarusian children and youth at the age of 12-16. The camp will be held from October 26 to November 2.

Volunteers will have to:

  • Sharing their  experience and help children to improve their language skills
  • Create theatrical staging for the children to help them to understand language better

Please note, that you don’t have to be a native speaker. The organisers require at least B2 level of English language. 

The program is fully funded. Volunteers will provided with food and accommodation for free, official invitation for obtaining a Belarusian visa and Visa fees will be covered by the organisers. Volunteers will only have to cover transport costs to and from Belarus.

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