Program Details

Richmond Vale Academy offers the A-certificate “Fighting with the Poor” in St-Vincent and the Grenadines. The A-certificate is an 18 months study program, where we combine theoretical studies at the Academy and practical studies in projects, as well
Location:
Caribbean, Caribbean
Program Type:
Volunteer Abroad
Degree Level:
Undergraduate
Work Types:
Education
Duration:
1-3 months

Program Overview

Program Description:
Study and volunteer program

Richmond Vale Academy offers the A-certificate “Fighting with the Poor” in St-Vincent and the Grenadines. The A-certificate is an 18 months study program, where we combine theoretical studies at the Academy and practical studies in projects, as well in the Caribbean, as in different project in Latin America. The program is cooperation between Richmond Vale Academy, One World University and Humana People to People. The program: 6 months of studies in Richmond Vale Academy in St Vincent, study about causes and conditions of poverty, global warming, big issues of our world, health, inequality, the future of the Poor and Latin American studies. Preparations to work in the project. 6 months of service in a project in a Latin American country with Humana People to People, which is running different community development projects in Ecuador and Belize. Working with communities in those countries and continuing studies. 6 months Journal period back in the Academy, sharing experiences with the world, producing a product about your experiences, working in St Vincent communities, finalizing studies and participating in exams through distance learning at One World University. Graduation and discussions and planning the Open Future. You will live in an environment based on community. We grow our food, cook, clean and run the school as a collective. You will be engaged in learning sessions, study tasks, presentations, volunteer work, fundraising and more. As you train to become a development instructor you will be challenged to stretch your mind and understanding of the world. As you train to become a development instructor you will learn about empowering the poor to create a sustainable future. The only demands are a high school degree and a decent knowledge of the English language, as it is the language you’ll use during the time at the school. School fees do apply. To apply for the program, or to request more information, contact us.

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