Volunteer IT Teaching Overseas in Thailand
Internet and Online Learning adapted to the disadvantaged and isolated young in Southeast Asia can be their best hope!
Volunteer teaching IT with Openmind Projects
In Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Nepal
Openmind Projects pioneered IT learning in the poor Northeast Thailand, already in 2001. Convinced that IT and internet will be important to the education of the isolated youth in Southeast Asia.
IT in Isan was born in the poor Northeast Thailand, to find ways to use IT and internet as learning tools for poor farmer children.
In 2008, Openmind Projects was recognized as a finalist to the Stockholm Challenge ICT for Development
Online learning, games, chatting. It can all contribute to the life long learning of young people.
Please share your IT skills and make IT happen!
Volunteer IT teaching opportunities
Help students, volunteer IT teaching at schools
Train our trainees at our Center in Thailand, on our scholarships, from Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Nepal
Join our special Holiday and Learning Camps. for village children
Other common tasks
Hardware and software training
Volunteer Tasks at Openmind Projects Training Center in Thailand
Research and development
Computer lessons and online learning for our trainees
Web design, social media, information and promotion
Database work, video and photo management
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Why volunteer with Openmind Projects. An NGO, not a for profit volunteer business
Your Free Training Week
Your Volunteer Costs and What You Get
Our Special Training Center and Trainees
Openmind Projects Foundation
Apply and we'll be happy to discuss projects with you
If you just want to learn more about IT volunteering with us and where, email us
Holiday Camps ThailandHave a blast teaching at a holiday camp with children while sharing their culture. Help give poor children and students an extra and free chance to learn for a better future!
Sabaeng School in Isan
Northeast ThailandIf you want to experience the genuine rural Thailand, the traditional, but also poor part of Thailand, go northeast to Isan, where people speak the Lao dialect Isan! Go to the Sabaeng village, volunteer at their school!
Phonsawart village - Farmers with no land
Northern LaosPhonsawart is a ‘village’ of displaced people 3 hours from the Lao capital Vientiane. Dam constructions forced them to leave their old farms.