WORLDWIDE VOLUNTEER NETWORK

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Executive Director
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Costa Rica
SJ
1126-1250
Costa Rica

About Us

Join us as an ASART volunteer in Costa Rica! We offer volunteer opportunities between 2 weeks and 3 months! As an ASART volunteer you will learn about Costa Rican lifestyle, culture and traditions–and you'll get a chance to learn Spanish. You will also learn about our organization, goals and achievements. We are happy to accommodate your skills and interests, and we'd love to personalize a project for you.

Budget includes:

Airport Pick Up

Welcome Dinner

Three days of project planning with ASART Directives

Peace Culture Training

Initial Guidance Conference

Art Supplies

Transportation to project location

ASART Mural Tour

Housing

Project Logistics (contacts, space, group planning, etc.)

Assistance on project Development

Transportation to Airport

Project Follow up

START BUILDING YOUR OWN PROJECT NOW contact@asart-ca.org

VOLUNTEER PROFILE

We are looking for people who are interested in helping children in social risk to overcome the adversities of their lives. Students of Psychology, Social Sciences, Arts and Education are most likely to be interested in the program. Nevertheless everybody is welcome to join us, despite their field of study. We only request for committed people who can help our organization accomplish its goals.

ASART MISSION

We are an organization dedicated to help abused children in Central America. We consider extreme poverty a social abuse. As a way of dealing with the problem we provide free art classes in schools and shelters. Our main goal is to increase children's self esteem. Through the creative process we give them a sense of pride, discipline, leadership and team work.

DESCRIPTION

You will mainly help us give art courses to children in social risk. We guide you with previous trainings and evaluating procedures to endure our work. We don´t ask for any specific artistic knowledge. Workshops are simple and fun. Trainings will provide you with significant tools to use during your social work.


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