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 Volunteer placements connect volunteers with communities and organizations that manage their own agricultural production and need assistance doing so. Farming Assistant Volunteer placements connect these communities with volunteers willing to work alongside members of the community on their agriculture projects. These type of placements are perfect for volunteers with little or even no experience in agriculture, but are willing to take-on a physically demanding placement where they can really lend a hand.
For volunteers with training or experience in agriculture, our Agricultural Training Volunteer placements are seeking assistance to develop and improve their current practices. At these placements, volunteers may be asked to help communities to improve their yields, diversify their crops or better manage pests that are impacting their productivity.