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Education Volunteering Program

Education is the backbone of a successful society. Every human being should have the right, privilege, and opportunity to get the best education possible. Unfortunately in our world, this is often not a reality for many impoverished people groups. Education falls by the wayside as people groups struggle to find food, shelter, and health care. Access to quality education is far from equal. Significant barriers stand in the way for kids in low-income communities, including scarce books and learning materials and a lack of diversity in the books that do reach them. Even the most basic needs go unmet for many of these children. Arcadia Education Projects’s mission is to remove these barriers so every child has the chance to learn. And you can also help to remove the barriers among these underprivileged children.

Volunteer teaching, aside from being an incredible experience, can be a great way to give back and immerse yourself in local life, culture, and community. We welcome volunteers with the vision of long-term social impact. However, we are also flexible and would consider people to volunteer as teaching these underprivileged children, who due to their personal circumstances cannot commit to a full term.

In Arcedia Education Project, underprivileged children are being engaged to the activities that includes, academics (literacy and numeracy), life skills, and leisure activities. Volunteers will be expected to engage with children in the classroom and support them in recreational activities, often accompanying students and staff on outings. We are also anxious for our volunteers to teach new skills to our students.

We are very excited about our project as we offer educational and recreational opportunities to underprivileged young adults who have been denied access to mainstream schools.

Architecture Survey

Buildings and structures, as well as their relationships to each other and to surrounding landscapes, have the potential to reveal a vibrant history of humans and their environment.  By identifying the types of resources present, their relation to one another, and their level of integrity, an architectural survey voluntary you can help Arcadia Education Project.

Extracurricular Activities

Volunteers with a background in music, dance or drama and can share their skills with the Arcadia Education Project’s children. Volunteers can impart their knowledge and have the students enhance their existing understanding about these art forms.

Curriculum Development

Arcadia follows an International standard curriculum, which is specially tailored to cater for underprivileged children. Volunteers with a background in research and education can work on this curriculum and aid our R&D department to develop it further.

Arcadia Education Project is Located on the Bank of Dhaleshwari in South Kanarchar of Keraniganj


Where do we work?

The Project strives to elevate people’s lives, contributes to social and economic development, and provides a pathway to solutions for the global issues of rising water levels and access to education in rural communities. We built our theory of change in partnership with Results for Development who worked with us to identify the ways that  Arcadia Education Project could maximize positive impact.

Is sponsorship a monthly giving?

World Help’s monthly giving program allows donors to chose a child to sponsor through a monthly gift. The recurring donation provides the sponsored child with basic necessities, education and teachings.

How do you end global poverty?

Illiteracy is poisonous for the development of any country. It can result in other bigger issues like unemployment, population burst, poverty, etc. It is one of the main issues India has had to deal with since independence. Efforts made by NGOs and the government have resulted in a slight drop in the illiteracy rate in Bangladesh. But although we’re making some progress, it’s not enough. There are still so many things we can do to help eradicate illiteracy in our country.

  • Free education
  • Flexible schedules
  • Vocational training
  • Raising awareness among underprivileged societies
  • Empowering educated teachers