Volunteer at MYO
At Mondesa Youth Opportunities (MYO), we occasionally bring on volunteers who are willing to make a one-year commitment to our organisation. Volunteers play a vital role in supporting our programs and activities. Here are some of the duties and expectations for our volunteers:
- Office assistance: Volunteers may assist with administrative tasks in the office, such as organising files, data entry, and helping with communications.
- Teaching sports and music: Volunteers can contribute their skills and passion for sports and music by assisting in teaching these subjects to our students. This can include organising sports activities, coaching, or teaching music lessons.
- Field trip support: Volunteers may accompany our teachers on field trips, ensuring the safety and well-being of our learners while participating in educational outings.
- Food preparation: Volunteers help with preparing meals for the students, ensuring they receive nutritious food during their time at MYO.
- General assistance: Volunteers are expected to provide support wherever it is needed within MYO. This can include helping with various tasks, events, or initiatives that contribute to the overall functioning of our organisation.
We prioritise candidates with a college education and teaching experience. However, we also consider individuals who possess a strong passion for working with youth in an intensive after-school environment. While we value the enthusiasm and dedication of our volunteers, it is important to note that MYO is not suited for individuals seeking an extended holiday or casual work while visiting Southern Africa. We have high expectations for our staff and strive for excellence in all aspects of our programs.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer at MYO, we encourage you to reach out to us for more information on the application process and to discuss your qualifications and interests. Your commitment and contribution can make a significant impact on the educational journey and overall development of our students.