- Teach children at local Balinese schools. Volunteer at an English camp and create unforgettable bonds with your students as you design creative lesson plans and share crucial language lessons. Through community service, you’ll get to know the local people and get a rare peek into the daily life of the Balinese.
- Even more than its picturesque scenery, the Balinese people are what make this region truly beautiful. Charming and generous, local residents warmly welcome volunteers who can help fill educational gaps for their children.
- Surrounded by beautiful beaches, lush green rice terraces and intricate temples, you’ll be interacting daily with a culture that celebrates sustainable, communal living. You’ll quickly understand that all adventure here is tied to living harmoniously with the natural world.
- Learn to scuba dive and explore the coral reef in turquoise waters, whitewater raft through lush vegetation, explore temples built to blend in with their exotic backdrops and surf the Southern Bali coastline, one of the world’s top surfing destinations.
- Spend one night at an eco-camp on a cashew farm. It’s more than just a nut farm—this is a social enterprise that employs women of farming families and teaches the community about sustainability.
- Try your hand at the Gamelan drum and Legong dance and participate in ancient ceremonies to truly absorb the spiritual culture of the Balinese.
- Have dinner at the Royal Palace with the Prince of Ubud.
- Contribute 36 hours of community service.
- Student/Staff Ratio: 6 to 1.
A typical Children’s Education in Action Experience:
- Home Base in Bali will be in three locations as you travel around the island during the program: Ubud, Singaraja and Amed.
- These fascinating destinations have all the comforts of home, but also a distinct essence that draws people from all over the world.
- Students share comfortable, gender-segregated rooms with roommates, and have access to bathrooms with toilets and cold-water showers.