Changing Worlds has the exciting possibilities of working on the radio.
We currently have two options - both with very different roles:
The first is working as a DJ in the second city of Honduras called San Pedro Sula. This would suit people who either have expereince in radio or for people who have a genuine interest in moving in to this media.
We are looking for volunteers with commitment and drive, prepared to work long hours and are excellent communicators. Therefore we are looking for people who have a minimum of A level (Scottish HS) in Spanish and are confident in speaking and writing in the language.
The radio station wants people with refreshing ideas on music styles from across the World.
Volunteers would live with a local family in San Pedro Sula.
To find out more about our programme in Honduras click here.
For those who like the idea of working on radio but do not have confidence in their spoken Spanish then look no further...
Changing Worlds is currently looking at sending volunteers to work on 'The Sound Of The Airwaves' project in the outback of Australia.
This is a tough assignment for English speaking volunteers who will need to possess good team skills, excellent communication skills and a huge amount of creativity.
Very young children in the outback do not go to school on a daily basis - the distances are simply too great!
As a result 'The Sound Of The Airwaves' programme has been designed to help parents educate their children through distance learning. The children (less than 5 years old) tune in every day for an hour or two to listen to the guidance of their tutor...and this is where you can come in.
Do not expect to be on the airwaves daily. There would be a lot of preparation involved, creating teaching and play resources, gathering feedback, talking with colleagues for ideas.
Your spoken English would need to be clear and concise, methodical and reassuring and fun too.
Volunteers would live and work mainly in Mount Isa in Western Queensland. You would live with a local family.
There will be the opportunity to work in the micro schools set up around the region where teaching to the younger children is done face to face on a rolling programme - so a chance to see more of this fascinating part of the World!
If you would like to know more about the opportunities in out back Australia then click here.