Volunteer Work in Thailand
Volunteer your skills and energy in Thailand
Teach Thai children and adults. Help them escape poverty. Teach English, teach IT, support schools, communities, village children, migrants, refugees. Help save the nature of Thailand as our conservation volunteer!
As our volunteer in Thailand, you get many chances to enjoy its amazing nature, blue seas and skies, stunning islands and mountains, lush jungles.
Immerse yourself in the fascinating cultures of Thailand, friendly people, hot food, amazing temples, music and dancing.
As our volunteer you get a Free Week before start, affordable volunteering with Openmind Projects.
Teach at village and temple schools that cannot afford a foreign teacher. You do not need to be a teacher! Successful volunteers engage children in fun role-plays and games!
Volunteer in the heart of Indochina, rural Thailand. Teach at our learning center, schools, and temples. Join a community project. Join their activities.
Volunteer in the south of Thailand. Marine conservation, dive along the Andaman Coast. Teach Buddhist temple novices and Muslim village children.
Volunteer in the Thai Burmese Border Mountains. Teach ethnic minority and refugee children.
Care volunteers in Thailand work at hospitals and health centers.
Volunteering inThailand with Openmind Projects
Volunteer in Thailand, the Northeast, the heart of Indochina
Northeast Thailand, called Isaan, makes up one third of the country and is one of the poorest regions in Thailand. Schools are underresourced. Young people end up in low paid jobs. Openmind Projects started here, in 2001 as www.ITinIsaan.org, as a project to help village children.
Volunteer in West Thailand. Help migrant and refugee children in the Thai Myanmar Border Mountains
This is home to many ethnic minority groups. The poverty rate is sixty per cent. Refugees and migrants from Myanmar, stateless people have limited rights and access to education. Openmind Projects works with Karen, Burmese, refugee and migrant children.
Volunteer in Thailand, by the Sea, in the South
Tourism in Thailand is booming but the overexploitation of the beaches and seas causes pollution and endangered marine life. Openmind Projects and volunteers work in South Thailand villages, national parks, and health centers.
Did you know this about Thailand?
Thailand is the only Southeast Asia country that was never colonized.
Each year, some 30 million tourists visit Thailand. Bangkok is one of the world’s most visited cities and Phuket one of the most visited islands.
Thailand is home to the world’s largest snake together with the anaconda.
And in the Northeast, the mythical Naga, protects the temples.
Thailand is the “land of smiles”. Learn what the smile may mean at Openmind Projects volunteer and culture training.
Thailand has over a thousand islands. Finland over a thousand lakes, but not much else in common.
The gigantic statues at the Sala Keow Khu in Nongkhai show the life of Buddha and being protected by the Naga.
One-tenth of all animal species in the world are found in Thailand, especially around the Mekong River. Over 1,500 species of orchids are found in the Thai jungles.
Bird nests collected from caves in South Thailand are some of the world’s most expensive foods.
The 2004 tsunami killed over 8,000 people.
Sex tourism started with the Vietnam War.
Leaving home without underwear is illegal. You might be arrested for it...