Internship: Winter Internship Program (Siberia, Russia)

Dates of Program: January 3rd until January 12th

Immerse yourself in a new community and culture, not simply as a tourist, but as a part of an international team. Join a group of volunteers from different countries, spend ten days working at the International Winter Language Camp, living and having fun together while helping a community, and come home with a reward that lasts longer than an ordinary paycheck!

“SIBERIAN WONDERLAND” International Winter Language Camp

– Teacher (English, French, German and other languages, computers and other subjects);
– Creativity Workshop Supervisor;
– Camp Counselor;
– Sports Instructor.

The DATES of the winter camp are as follows:
January 3rd until January 12th.

Our Volunteer Internship opportunities are designed to include people of diverse backgrounds so there are few requirements for participation. Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age.
– TEACHERS of English, French, German and other languages and subjects;
– SPECIALISTS in other fields such as computing, business, journalism, environment, music, arts, drama, etc.;
We provide interns with all necessary paperwork and an on-site internship supervision.

No previous experience is necessary. The most important qualifications are: energetic, enthusiastic, self-motivated, open-minded, flexible, enjoying camp experiences and working with children and teenagers, willing to share.

English is the common language used at the Camp. No knowledge of Russian is required.

Our WINTER CAMP is a unique opportunity to celebrate the coolest festive season in Siberia with lots of exciting events, and experience all the winter fun you have ever dreamed of in ten days. Too many things are separating us around the world. At the same time, festival traditions and customs, ceremonies and holidays are an integral part of every culture of the world, demonstrating that despite linguistic, cultural, and ethnic differences, people from around the globe share the same hopes, dreams, interests and concerns.

The winter camp programme combines language instruction (English, German, French, and other languages, for local Russian students, and RUSSIAN for overseas students and volunteer teachers) with organized activities such as arts and crafts projects, workshops, music and drama, games and contests, art and drawing, inventive engaging performances and shows, sports and outdoor activities, excursions.

One of the highlights of the Winter Camp is the
RUSSIAN CHRISTMAS celebration (January 7th).
For more details on the programme click here.