Types of Arts volunteer projects
If you have a passion for being creative and developing others’ creative skills, a Kaya arts volunteer project could be the perfect way for you to give back next time you travel. In many developing countries, children lack opportunities to show their creative talents. With academic studies focussing more on English and maths, our arts volunteer projects allow children access to ideas, techniques, and resources that they may not otherwise get. Not only do these arts volunteer projects allow children to express themselves creatively they also pave the way for career opportunities in the future. Our arts volunteer projects are open to everyone but if you have any formal training or skills to share please let us know! VIEW PROJECTS
If you have a creative eye and love photography an arts volunteer project could be a perfect fit. Whether you choose to volunteer or intern, we can guarantee that you will be able to support local people through your skills. If you are keen to share your love of photography by teaching others, want to develop your own skills at film camp, or can support local projects through photography, joining an arts volunteer project is a great option. One major way which you can support communities through photography is to help document the work being done by our arts volunteer projects on the ground. This is a vital part in ensuring the future of these projects but often one which is sacrificed due to time and manpower restraints.
If you are particularly interested in music and dance, our arts volunteer projects could give you a great opportunity to support local communities while you travel. Working within schools and NGOs these arts volunteer project are extremely rewarding and allow you to share your passions with children in developing countries. These projects are a great option if you are looking to work on your resume or CV or want to share the skills and expertise you already have. Share your passions through a arts volunteer project today!
Other types of Education volunteer projects
FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY
MUSIC & DANCE
Our Arts volunteer projects
Learn about the impacts of Human Rights, Social Justice & NGO Management abroad
Combine study abroad and volunteering for a semester in Cusco, Peru.
Multimedia internship in Peru to develop your CV/resume and help while supporting biodiversity conservation
Combine study abroad and volunteering this summer in Cusco, Peru.
Join our volunteering for 16 and 17 year olds in India and spend time with other young people developing global citizenship.
Film, Photography and Community Volunteering in Nepal for those with creative and practical skills to share to empower women in a rural community
Volunteer on our community education and day care project and support the people of St. Lucia, South Africa where HIV/AIDS rates are high.
Volunteer as a music teacher at a local state run schools where music access and development for school children in Belize is limited to only those who can afford it.
If you have a passion for, and can inspire others to express themselves through dance and movement, then volunteer on this wonderful dance therapy project in Belize.
Volunteer in Belize on this film camp and use your film-making and photography skills to empower and inspire students from an at risk youth centre.
Volunteer and use your creative skills on this integrated therapy project for children with disabilities and learning difficulties in Ecuador.
Join this incredible wildlife photography course to develop skills for taking great shots whilst participating in essential conservation education and activities in the Greater Kruger Area.
Volunteers with a passion for music, drama or dance are needed in Siem Reap Cambodia to bring joy and new techniques to the eager students at local NGOs
Volunteer in the Philippines for a grassroots NGO and raise awareness through media and photography of the socioeconomic issues facing Filipino people.
Easy 3-step application process
Click here to apply online and pay your deposit to secure your space on your chosen project. Our advisors will then contact you to guide you through the next steps.
Once we’ve received your application, we’ll be in touch to arrange your informal telephone interview with your Kaya Placement Advisor.
When you’ve been accepted onto your project we’ll send you your Welcome Pack and lots of other helpful information to assist you with preparing for your placement.
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