PROJECTS

VCV offers projects in Hanoi city center. over the years, hundreds of volunteers have joined our projects, teaching English inside and outside the classroom. further examples include TEAM-BUILDING activities , exploring local culture and cuisine with our students and helping the local homeless community. We are proud of the positive impact that we have in enhancing the lives of both the volunteers and the students who learn English with us.

 

Help with teaching English in our non-profit classes.

 
 Natasha and her class in Van Phu.

Natasha and her class in Van Phu.

Teaching Children in Hanoi city CENTER.

Our children’s class sizes are kept at a manageable size, usually between 6 and 15 students. Further to this, one of our staff will always be with you in the classroom to assist in any way possible. We also provide any teaching materials that may be required as well as detailed teaching guides, to ease you into planning your first classes.

The children are very friendly, enthusiastic and eager to practice communicating with a native speaker. Most students do have a native teacher in their school already, and have been learning English from a young age. However, with school class sizes often being over 50 students, and foreign teachers only coming to teach them once a week in school, our students are extremely keen to make the most of the time they with our volunteers.

These classes are well structured, so you'll be able to apply your existing experience in a new environment or gain teaching experience in a welcoming atmosphere. This is an opportunity to gain genuine teaching experience in a classroom setting.

 

 

Teaching Adults in Hanoi city center.

These classes are centered on trying to help unemployed or disadvantaged young adults improve their life prospects. With Vietnam quickly developing, in the context of a globalized world, English is widely recognized as a crucial skill. This is true, not only for future job prospects, but also for travelling or accessing the wealth of knowledge permeating through our information driven society.

Class topics are varied and there will be plenty of opportunities to share your stories experiences and perspectives. In exchange, you will be able to gain knowledge of our culture and way of life. 

The students are enthusiastic learners, very friendly and always eager to help out our volunteers. They regularly offer to guide volunteers and we organize weekly day trips to various sites around and near Hanoi. This is a great environment to exchange culture and meet new people, giving you the chance to experience Hanoi in a way most short term visitors would never get the opportunity to.

 Yvo and his class in Kim Van.

Yvo and his class in Kim Van.

 

Help with free activities in Hanoi.

Besides teaching students inside the class we aim to increase their confidence, conversational abilities and soft skills. This is done through regular events, including both kids and adults on Sundays (which are optional for volunteers to attend). We focus on free activities such as team building, free talk, picnics, food tours, field trips and football games. This is a great way to share experiences, explore Vietnam and participate in cultural exchanges with the locals! foods, and customs. If you have any particular skills you would like to share with the students, you are welcome to organize your own activities as well.


  Help students practice English in a Coffee shop.

Help students practice English in a Coffee shop.

 
  Explore and practice English on a daytrip

Explore and practice English on a daytrip

 
  Chatting, playing games and having food together in a picnic.

Chatting, playing games and having food together in a picnic.

  Help with teambuilding to work well in groups.

Help with teambuilding to work well in groups.

 
  Giving food to the homeless in the Old Quarter.

Giving food to the homeless in the Old Quarter.

 
  and help students practice English.

and help students practice English.