Travel to Dublin, Ireland, in the summer for an unforgettable cultural experience. AIP Angloville is one of the biggest language immersion program providers in Central and...
Volunteer as an English teacher in Czech Republic. AIP Angloville, one of the biggest language immersion program providers in Eastern and Central Europe, is inviting volunteers...
Get the opportunity to stay in a beautiful resort while helping talented youth develop their English speaking skills through the volunteering programs offered by AIP Angloville....
Tandem House and Angloville offer two types of language immersion programs that cater to the different needs of the native English speaking volunteers and the Polish participants....
Looking for interesting opportunities abroad? Sign up for our volunteering positions in the Czech Republic, Romania, Hungary, and Poland. Through Angloville, you will get...
The highlight of my 9 month trip around Europe
Submitted by Stephen - New York United States | February 27, 2017
Can't really put into words how awesome this experience was. Basically, in my 9 months of traveling, I will look at the two weeks I spent interacting with the Polish students as the absolute highlight of my trip.
This is such a unique, singular experience. I did two camps in a row - but other volunteers were on their 5th or even 10th Angloville program. And it's easy to understand why: this is a "feel good" experience. You're working with AMAZING, intelligent juniors, and equally awesome staff and fellow volunteers.
I'm grateful for the opportunity, and I look forward to figuring out how to fit in another camp before I head back to the states.
Everyone should do it at least once!
Submitted by Tam - UCLan | January 26, 2017
I have done 4 volunteering programmes in Hungary and POland with Angloville and completed the premier TEFL online course as part of the scholarship. THe programmes are fantastic fun, each one has had a very different vibe with different groups each having a unique dynamic but all have been great and now I have a TEFL certificate to show for it all.
A great way of travelling solo as you have a ready made group of friends ready to meet you at the venue.
Truly everything it promises to be
Submitted by Luke - Prague Czech Republic | January 24, 2017
I've now taken part in two Angloville programmes, both in Poland, and wouldn't hesitate a second to do another. The quality of accommodation is always a 3-4* hotel and usually in stunning surroundings - I did the Wroclaw and Krakow programmes in October and January respectively, one in the middle of a golden autumn forest and the other amongst the ski slopes of the Polish High Tatra mountains. The true value of Angloville, however, is the exchange between volunteers and participants. You'll meet a huge variety of people over the 6 days (from businessmen to artists to nanophysicists) and make some great friends in that short time. 70 hours of speaking might sound like a lot and, in many ways, it is. However each hour is spent with a different participant and conversation typically flows very naturally. If not, Angloville provides topic material to discuss and many group/pair activities are scheduled to keep things varied. You'll always have 1.5 hours free time after lunch to rest or explore the immediate area then social time after dinner. It might sound like an extrovert's environment but don't let that dissuade you - you'll find yourself made welcome by fellow volunteers, participants and coordinators alike for an unforgettable week in some of the most spectacular locations in Central Europe.
Real talk, real teaching experience
Submitted by Olive | December 26, 2016
At first, I thought that the Anglo-TEFL scholarship was too good to be true. How could anyone offer a free online course and accommodation and food while earning TEFL certification? That's exactly what it is. What I didn't bargain for, but was happily surprised to find was that I made a great deal of amazing friends in the process. I felt like I was adequately prepared for what was asked of me as a volunteer through training, but the real training is by having conversations with people with prior English knowledge. It was insightful and by the second week, I had more teaching tools at hand. The experience was very useful. I also felt that my volunteering was useful!
Native speaker perspective
Submitted by Rachaymk - Peterborough Cyprus | December 23, 2016
I would highly recommend anyone who has the opportunity to attend Angloville as a Native Speaker. You will learn a lot about the English language that you didn't know from the teachers but also from the other English speakers. Teaching is the best way to learn- you will learn! You will also be gifted with some great new friends - from Poland and native English speakers- and memories as well. You will not regret working with Angloville.