Moral Empowerment Through Language Program Volunteers– Animators
Badi Foundation also welcomes youths to participate in the program as volunteers (animators), using their own experience and abilities to assist the junior youths to understand the moral concepts in the books and know themselves better.
- service hours︰2 classes per week (excluding the school holidays), attend the regular reflection meetings and trainings.
- Location: the classes in the collaborating schools.
- assisting the teacher to give lessons, helping the junior youths to understand the moral concepts, encouraging the junior youths to learn, accompanying them to do service projects and building relationship with them.
Youths becoming animators can develop the following abilities and understanding:
The feelings of youth animators
“Volunteering for METL classes gained myself a lot of experience in working with students and communicating with them through exercises and games. It has been an unforgettable 6 months and I would never forget how warm hearted it felt like to work with those hard working and optimistic students. Students were always cheerful and happy to see volunteers and teachers from the METL program, which even more encourages us and makes us look forward in seeing them in class. “-an animator from IFT.
“To reflect, it is definitely one of my most meaningful and memorable experiences so far in my life, as it has had significant impacts on students which could help them explore more on the meaning of service to both the community and the world. Service seems to be like a trivial thing, however, all of our little efforts could definitely change the world which could mean a lot to others who are in need.” –an animator from UMAC
Registration and inquiries
Please complete the form below and we will contact you as soon as possible.
Phone inquiries: (853) 6381 9322 Minnie
We are grateful to the Fu Tak Iam Foundation Limited for their sponsorship of the Moral Empowerment through Language Program.
2016 Caring Youth Growing Subsidy Program