Teaching in Buddhist monastery volunteering program gives participants a taste of life in a Buddhist monastery. Teaching in Buddhist monastery projects looks forward to the exchange between members of a spiritual community, and overseas volunteers with one thing in common: the eagerness to learn. The overseas volunteers learn about Buddhist culture, Buddhist ways of life, and Buddhist Dharma while the Buddhist monks and nuns learn about the world through the English language. The volunteers/interns get to experience the fun and authority of being a teacher and the humility of being a student. English would be your field of expertise and Buddhism your field of apprenticeship. This program can also ask questions about your own ideas and what you truly value. Suppose you are curious about the different schools of Buddhism, Mahayana, Hinayana, Vajrayana, Theravada, and so on. In that case, you will be given a chance to learn about them and understand their core beliefs of each.
As a volunteer teaching English or Teaching in Buddhist monastery to Buddhist monks in Nepal, you can enormously benefit their learning and language development. As a result, by working with international volunteers the monks can vastly improve their communication and pronunciation skills on a new level.
Live in a Nepalese Buddhist monastery teaching English to monks and learning about their way of life. It is a very unique, life-affirming opportunity, you should not miss.
"Me and Anika travelled to Kathmandu, Nepal in January 2017. We spent a week volunteering with the Volunteer World Nepal in Pepsicola Town Planning, Kathmandu. Our stay was highlighted by our hosts Umesh and Sanu Shrestha and their gorgeous baby Bidusha. They welcomed us so warmly and prepared as many meals. Our accommodation was simple but in a happy home, surrounded by flowers and plants,..."