Teach missionary kids in Tanzania, Africa! Experience life in Africa while supporting a missionary family by teaching their kids. Perfect for a college student gap year or anyone looking for a change and opportunity to serve!

Emmanuel International (EI) has been working in partnership with the Anglican Diocese of Ruaha (DR) in Iringa, Southern Tanzania for many years, assisting the Diocese with physical and spiritual development projects. The VanWoerden family lives in Iringa, a small city in the southern highlands of Tanzania, where they are doing community development work in rural villages with Emmanuel International. They have four daughters and are looking for someone to help them with their homeschooling needs. This is a great opportunity to experience a different culture, learn about mission work first hand, and make lasting friends in an international community, while helping a missionary family focus on their ministry.

The Homeschool Teaching Assistant will support the educational needs of the VanWoerden girls, ages 7-15, by developing and adapting lesson plans, creating projects, teaching some subjects, and providing homework support in order to meet the curriculum requirements set out by the school.

The candidate should have some college education. Some experience in teaching or homeschooling would be an asset. The candidate should be great with children, be able to work independently to prepare and teach, and be able to adapt lesson plans to meet curriculum criteria. A committed Christian faith is essential. Note, this is a volunteer position with accommodation provided.

How to apply

Please contact the office if you are interested in this position.

Homeschool Teaching Assistant, Tanzania