An agriculture teacher volunteer at the Escuela de Guayabal School in Costa Rica would work with the science teacher to develop and implement an agriculture program geared for each grade.
Agricultural Training Volunteers work with communities and organizations to help improve upon their current practices. Volunteers with a background in the study of agriculture or volunteers with extensive experience in the field are required to help improve yields, diversify crops, assist with pest control and otherwise provide hands-on training and assistance.
While these Agricultural Training Volunteer placements are generally focused on training, they are still quite physical and generally involve a fair amount of hands-on time working in the fields.
The options below show some of our Agricultural Training Volunteer placements. However, there are often several potential placements that have yet to be entered into the system and our staff are finding new placement opportunities all the time. So, if you do not find what you are looking for here, please send us an email using the form in the right hand column and our team will let you know if we can find what you are looking for.