Project TEN is currently hosting volunteers at these Centers. Choose the destination that speaks to you – or connect multiple sessions in different locations for a global experience!
SAME COSTS APPLY FOR EACH SESSION/LOCATION SELECTED
BASE IN A VILLAGE BETWEEN KAMPALA AND ENTEBEE
In the heart of the village, the Center was established in partnership with local principals to provide enrichment programming to students during and after school hours.
Volunteers at the center provide a variety of experiential and empowering content in the fields of art, science, outdoor games, group activities, thinking games and more.
Volunteers share a communal house on the banks of the Victoria River. The living area has clean water, a vegetarian kitchen, a well-equipped dining room, toilets, showers, an activity room and a communal yard.
- Lake Victoria
- Kampala City Market
- Queen Elizabeth National Park
- Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
- Rafting on the Upper Nile
- Trekking up 16,000+ ft. mountains
BASE IN SAN FRANCISCO AYOTUXCO OUTSIDE MEXICO CITY
The Center uses the field of informal education to provide enrichment educational programming to the children of the city of San Francisco Ayotuxco and its surroundings.
The activities in the Center are varied and revolve around the fields of art, group activities, thinking games and more.
Volunteers in Mexico ideally possess basic Spanish language skills with additional language training provided.
Volunteers share a communal house located on the outskirts of Mexico City. Individual bedrooms accommodate 4-6 volunteers, and each room has a toilet, shower, and hot water. The house has a laundry room, a living room and a fully equipped vegetarian kitchen. Volunteers can spend time in the yard or on the roof of the house overlooking the beautiful valley.
Mexico City is one of the largest cities in the world and boasts the largest population in North America. In and out of the city there are hundreds of heritage sites, hiking trails, museums, parks, restaurants, and attractions. Within a few hours drive or flight there are world-class hiking trails, stunning beaches, and a rich cultural life.
BASE IN WINNEBA ON THE ATLANTIC OCEAN COAST
Volunteers facilitate art activities, thinking games, a mobile library, health education, a leadership program, and computer training within the classroom and in the afternoon outside of school.
A farm is adjacent to the Center and is another space for collaboration with local schools. Volunteers and local youth are exposed to advanced irrigation systems, greenhouse agriculture, composting, recycling and environmental protection concepts.
Volunteers share a communal house with up to four volunteers per bedroom. The living quarters are spacious, with a living room that serves as both a communal space and a place for workshops and gatherings, a dining room, a fully equipped kitchen and bathroom. In addition, volunteers can enjoy the yard and wide lawns, from which they can overlook spectacular sunsets.
- Our Center is a 5-minute walk to the Atlantic Ocean with many quiet beaches
- 40 miles away (60km) is the capital city of Accra
- The Volta River
- A canopy walkway in the rainforest of Kakum National Park
- Cape Coast and its relics from the slave trade
- Wli waterfalls
- The floating village on Lake Nzulezo
- The largest market in West Africa, located in Kumasi
BASE IN DURBAN ON THE COAST AND VOLUNTEER IN INANDA
Volunteers collaborate with teachers to organize enrichment activities in elementary and middle schools. After school, volunteers provide open programming in the fields of art, social activities, thinking games, sports, and music.
Volunteers also meet with high schoolers to promote a love for learning and to organize chess games, etc.
Volunteering opportunities are also possible within the city of Durban with the local Jewish community.
Volunteers share a communal house located in a section of Durban known for its safety. Individual bedrooms accommodate 4-6 volunteers. The home provides clean water and features a vegetarian kitchen, a fully-equipped dining room, toilets, showers, a washing machine and a pleasant living room.
Two hours from the Center are the magnificent safari park reserves of Hluhluwe and Phezulu, the landlocked country of Lesotho, Oribi Gorge Nature Reserve, and the Drakensberg Mountains.
Further afield, volunteers may wish to travel to Cape Town, Johannesburg, Kruger National Park, and the adjoining county of Mozambique, and much more.