Good Hope Studies in South Africa has introduced three new volunteer projects in the greater Cape Town area and campus accommodation at Good Hope Studies Newlands during low season.
One of the new volunteer projects is an old-age home while the other two projects are taking care of children. Click here to view the volunteer brochure and read more on page 25.
The new accommodation at the Newlands campus is a residential house next to the school building. It offers shared accommodation for up to 14 students, with self-catering facilities, a large garden and a swimming pool. Click here to view the volunteer brochure and read more on page 21.
The Noah and Children’s Village Projects will not operate in 2013, while the Namibia wildlife and community projects have changed slightly, including a medical volunteer and wildlife conservation volunteer as options.
Volunteering and working with GHS in South Africa is a great language learning and life experience, giving students greater insight than normal tourists into South Africa’s people, cultures and religions.
Participants can book an English language course can be booked with Good Hope Studies before starting the volunteer programme or go straight to a project provided their English level is high enough.
Volunteer projects are available all year round. Volunteer projects within Cape Town are supervised by Good Hope Studies. All other projects in Southern Africa are handled by selected partners.
Read more about volunteering in Cape Town here or download the brochure here.
Email GHS at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.