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Support International

Support International

Support International

Support International is a non-profit, community based organisation that was started by young graduates in 2012. Working alongside the residents of Labuan Bajo in West Flores, Indonesia, their aim is to establish a stable infrastructure, based on education and conservation that the community can grow from, and therefore gain the most from the rapidly growing tourism in the area. They are working alongside local schools, a children’s rehabilitation centre and various local grass roots organisations. As a volunteer you will be actively involved with all areas of the project, from teaching English, to beach cleans and rehabilitation techniques, as well as taking part in marine conservation projects within the breath taking Komodo National Park.

Volunteer

Location:
Labuan Bajo, Indonesia

Posted:
18 Oct 2013

Deadline:
Opportunity has expired

Community Development/TEFL/ Rehabilition/ Marine Conservation Volunteer

We are looking for motivated and dynamic volunteers to join us on our community development, teaching and marine conservation projects.

Labuan Bajo, Indonesia

Applicants are required to hold the relevant Visas/Work Permits

Job Type:
Internship
Full-time
Remote Working
Escape Factors:
Exotic Location
Social Impact
Function:
Research
Marketing
Teaching
Fieldwork
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Support International is a non-profit, community based organisation that was started by graduates from Falmouth in 2012. 

Working alongside the residents of Labuan Bajo in West Flores, Indonesia, their aim is to establish a stable infrastructure, based on education and conservation that the community can grow from, and therefore gain the most from the rapidly growing tourism in the area. They are working alongside local schools, a children’s rehabilitation centre and various local grass roots organisations and are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to join them.  

As a volunteer you will be actively involved with all areas of the project, from teaching English, to beach cleans and rehabilitation techniques, as well as taking part in marine conservation projects within the breath taking Komodo National Park. 

A hugely rewarding and enriching experience, Support International volunteers walk away with some incredible memories, a deeper understanding of Indonesian culture and the satisfaction of knowing they have contributed to the protection of this beautiful island.




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