Volunteer English/Spanish Teachers for Global Voyage

WORLDWIDE / Peace Boat

Peace Boat is now seeking dynamic and highly motivated English and Spanish language teachers, Japanese/English/Korean/Spanish/Chinese interpreters, and a writer/photographer to join its 98th Global Voyage!

The 98th Voyage departs Yokohama, Japan May 8 and returns to Yokohama August 22, 2018. The voyage will circumnavigate the globe, making stops in as many as twenty-five ports in twenty-two countries, including Sri Lanka, Greece, Russia, Iceland, the United States, Colombia, and many more.

Peace Boat is an international non-profit, non-governmental organization striving to build a culture of peace around the world by connecting people across borders and creating opportunities for learning, activism and cooperation. Throughout our voyages we conduct programs promoting human rights, responsible tourism, environmentalism, sustainable development. Peace Boat works in Special Consultative Status with UNESCO, and uses the ship as a platform to promote the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. Peace Boat is also a steering member of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN), winner of the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize.

These are volunteer positions, but there is no fee to participate. Peace Boat covers costs of room and meals on board, passage around the world, required visas, vaccinations, and housing in Tokyo during orientation period.

For more information on these positions and how to apply, visit http://bit.ly/peacevolunteer or contact getprogramme@peaceboat.gr.jp.

Nationalities Accepted/Visa Requirements: Required visas vary by voyage

Expires: Dec 22, 2017

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