Taal Doet Meer, with 1000 volunteers per year, ensures that Utrecht residents can participate in society. Learning the Dutch language is a common thread in our work. Language is necessary to find a ...
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SummaryProvide Dutch language coaching to someone who does not have Dutch as their mother tongue.
Are you interested in other cultures? Do you like language and do you have an affinity with education? And would you like to teach Dutch to an individual student who does not have Dutch as their mother tongue? Then you may be our new language coach!
Who are we looking for?
We are looking for language coaches for non-native speakers in Zuilen, Hoograven, Kanaleneiland and Oog in Al who want to teach 2 hours a week and thus help increase the language skills of the students. You don't need to have any teaching experience. We do expect you to be motivated and to work as a language coach for at least six months.
What do we offer?
As a language coach you can first of all expect a special and educational experience. You get to know other cultures, but you also learn to teach. You will receive an introductory course and will be personally supervised by a district coordinator. You can also contact a language consultant for expert advice and for tailor-made teaching materials. We also offer a volunteer contract and third-party liability insurance.
Interested / questions?
Contact Chaima Masouti, via the pink button below!
🗣️ Native language skills
What we will provide to volunteers🤝 Extra support
About Taal Doet Meer
Voluntary language coaches offer language coaching and activation to men and women who do not have Dutch as their mother tongue. Our volunteer mentors support students with language and schoolwork. They receive extra support to make a good start in first year and when doing homework.
Our work benefits everyone involved: students get to know the language and society. Students perform better in school. Volunteers broaden their horizons, develop their social skills and contribute to understanding and cohesion within Utrecht society.