WORLDWIDE / Peace Boat
Are you an English or Spanish language teacher with a passion for education, people, and travel?
Peace Boat is an international NGO building a culture of peace by connecting people across borders and creating opportunities for learning, activism and cooperation. Our English and Spanish language teachers serve this mission by equipping students with the tools and motivation to make those connections – all while traveling the world by ship!
Peace Boat and GET are keeping up-to-date with global COVID-19 developments. The safety of our passengers, volunteers, staff, and crew is paramount. For more information on how Peace Boat is addressing COVID-19, please see our voyage preventative measures and policies: https://pbcruise.com/documents/20200312_coronavirus.pdf
The two voyages (see below) depart Yokohama and Osaka in December this year and feature exciting itineraries and informative guest speakers. For full lists of ports of call, check out the links below:
106th Global Voyage – Departs Yokohama on December 13, 2020* and returns March 30, 2021**: http://peaceboat.org/english/voyage/106th-global-voyage
Zenith 3rd Global Voyage – Departs Osaka December 17, 2020* and returns April 1, 2021**: http://peaceboat.org/english/voyage/zenith-3rd-global-voyage
Please download the Information & Application Pack***, found here: http://peaceboat.org/english/volunteer/GET-volunteer
Application deadline – 18:00 JST August 25, 2020! All interviews will be conducted online and will take place between September 14 – 20, 2020.
Please note that this is an unpaid volunteer position. Peace Boat covers the cost of room and board on the ship, port fees and visas.
*All successful applicants must be able to attend the pre-voyage orientation to be held in Tokyo or Osaka roughly one week before the official departure date.
**Subject to change
***Please find recent updates to the Teaching Demo portion of the Application pack due to COVID 19.
Expires: Sept 30, 2020
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