At ImmerQi, we place a lot of importance in promoting and investing in staff training and development, especially if this is combined with a wider commitment to local community initiatives. This is why we were so thrilled to be invited to the Volunteer Training...
Hands on volunteering.
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Five killer reasons to volunteer in China.
Volunteer to advance your career.
Volunteering will offer vital help to people in need, engage with communities and provide many benefits to you personally. The right match can help you connect to a worthwhile cause, improve your wellbeing, learn new skills and even advance your career.
Demonstrate to potential employers that you value giving back to the community.
Energise your mind and body.
Volunteering is a fun and purposeful way to explore your interests and passions.
Connect to the community.
Make new friends, expand your overall network and boost your social skills.
Foster home for visually impaired.
This 12+ weeks program is for volunteers who will live and assist at a foster home for blind and visually impaired children and is offers hands on volunteering experience and full cultural exchange.
The mission of the organisation is to teach each visually impaired individual academic skills and assist them to reach a fulfilled life. Through providing care, education, life skills and livelihood opportunities the charity helps the children to live independently as dignified members in their society.
Volunteer for 4 to 8 weeks in one of the locally operated and underfunded NGO’s that we support in Beijing.
These organisations have very limited resources – they require funding and hands-on help within a number of areas, which is where our participants can really make a positive difference.
Volunteers provide help with a range of day-to-day tasks as well as individual and group projects, according to each charity’s needs.
How can I help?Working alongside children with special needs requires certain skills and sensitivity. To ensure that volunteers are fully prepared for their projects and to make them at ease within their roles, the foster home will provide on location training on how to work with children with disabilities during the first few days of their placement. As well as becoming actively involved in the day to day running of the foster home, volunteers will be fully immersed into the Chinese way of life, through language learning and cultural activities. Current roles available include:
- English Teachers
- Health Care
- Specialised Educator
- Speech Therapist
- Physical Therapist
- Graphic Design
- Agricultural Expert
- Translator (English, French, Chinese)
BeijingBeijing is the cultural, historical and political hub of China. A buzzing metropolis that blends ancient architecture with modern landmarks, you won’t be sure of places to explore and things to do.
Volunteering in China is an investment in your future which requires savings to ensure you can fully enjoy your time in China.
Find out how to have a memorable and affordable experience through budgeting and funding options. If you are parent or institution we also address typical questions.
Prices & Dates
The following table outlines current prices for our Volunteer China Program, excluding flights and insurance.
We take payment online through secure gateways.
Start dates are available each month.
|Duration||Program fee ($US)|
|12 weeks||2,900|Application Deadline Program Start Date
July 2018 Intake 12 April 5 July
August 2018 Intake 10 May 2 August
September 2018 Intake 7 June 30 August
October 2018 Intake 19 July 11 October
November 2018 Intake 9 August 1 November
December 2018 Intake 6 September 29 November
You should apply at least 90 days prior to your intended program start date.
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