SPORTS COACHING ABROAD
Volunteer on one of our many sports coaching opportunities and get active, see a new part of the world, and share your love of sport with disadvantaged children in local communities. Teach a variety of sports such as high or long jump, athletics, volley, basketball, soccer et cetera, in any of the ten beautiful regions in Ghana!
Besides the fun, excitement and obvious mental and physical benefits that regular exercise provides children, it also teaches many life-skills such as the importance of teamwork, communication and discipline and improving concentration. Volunteering in sports will not only impact the communities which you work in, you will also learn new skills, gain more confidence and develop or improve your coaching skills.
Get outside, get moving and get your sport on as you make a positive change in disadvantaged communities whilst developing your own skills and contributing towards your college degree. Our sports programs are suited for anyone with a love for sport and have proven to be popular amongst career breakers or students taking a gap year, or extended holiday.
Our volunteers can find themselves working with children from a range of age groups at local schools or communities. Our projects aim to provide these children with a safe environment with encouragement, mentorship and socialization. By offering a sports education to these children, we can help provide a much-needed distraction from more negative aspects of their lives, as well as offer them a route out of poverty and a path of excitement and promise.
Our volunteer programs are designed just for you to fulfill your abroad volunteer goals. Our well-trained, dedicated, and professional staff will work side-by-side with you and provide the needed assistance throughout your stay.
Our host family home offers decent accommodation (neatly fitted rooms) with serene environ, local and continental dishes prepared under strict hygienic conditions, scheduled transportation service, 24/7 security and 4G internet access. “Welcome to the gateway of Africa”