PLACEMENT LOCATIONS: Lamu, Malindi, Kilifi, Mombasa, Voi, Nairobi
  TYPES OF SCHOOLS: Elementary/Primary School  
AGE OF STUDENTS: 6 – 18 Years  
CLASS SIZES: 30+ Students
  ROLE: Teaching assistant (English) or other subjects  
ACCOMMODATION: Host families
  START DATES: Flexible
  TIME: From 8 am to 5 pm everyday  
APPLICATION: Download the Application Form and send to director@helitescollege.com
FEE: USD 300 Per Week
  • Accommodation
  • Three meals a day
  • Airport pick up and drop off
  • Registration and administration fee
  • Orientation by experienced staff
  • Donation to local projects,
  • Local tours to two sites
  • Travel insurance
  • Flights
  • Visa
  • Spending money
  • Extra adventure
Do you want to experience exceptional experience interacting with kids aged 3 years to 7 years? Do you want to impart knowledge to bright kids, learn from them and improve the education standards to Kenyan kids? If yes, welcome. Our partners in education sector require qualified adults to interact, counsel, teach, learn and encourage kids in the county to improve performance and struggle in their academic journey towards improving the education standards of the students in the country. Since Kenya made elementary education free, many students joined schools beyond capacity of schools and expectations of the government. Hence, most elementary schools in rural Kenya have no enough teachers making it difficult for teachers to complete the syllabus or interact well with students in the highest standards due to staff burnout and high workload. This is the reason we need your services to teach, counsel and learn from the community you will serve. With Helites College, a subsidiary of Humanitarian Elites Limited, you will gain work experience teaching English abroad at elementary or primary schools in East Africa (Kenya) and no formal teaching qualification or ToEFL is required. Even if you are a student on year or semester break or you are a qualified teacher at any age or experience, you will find a place to improve education standards in Kenya. Most Kenyans communicate in English and Kiswahili. However, Kenya enjoys a diversity of over 62 tribes each with a unique language and culture. This makes Kenya a beautiful place to volunteer, help, teach and learn from the community you serve. All elementary and high schools are English-speaking and all the lessons are carried out in English ensuring a bilingual policy for future generations. Volunteers are therefore welcomed in order to take the pressure off the teachers and provide the children with the individual attention they so desperately need.