Teach in Morocco our students in exchange for free accommodation. We host native and fluent English or French speakers as way to provide our pupils with an experience in English or French conversation.
Casablanca, Fes, and Berrechid offer you the opportunity to discover the exciting marvels that Morocco has to offer. At one of our three language schools, where students come to learn English and French, you will be able to learn about the culture of this great society.
We host native and fluent speakers as way to provide our pupils with an immersing experience in an English or French conversation. In addition, our guests are offered an enjoyable experience with real Moroccan families, traditions and customs.
Volunteers will have the opportunity to become accustomed to life here in Morocco and familiarize themselves with the Sahara desert, the High Atlas mountains or the beautiful coastline. Take a trip to Ouarzazate and see the waterfalls or take a camel ride and see the stars at night over the desert.
The opportunities are as endless as the food is delicious. Our school is highly preferred by local students and exceedingly enjoyed by volunteers. There is a shared apartment in each of the three locations (Berrechid, Casablanca, and Fes) so travelers have the opportunity to live with and share experiences with people from all over the world.
Food is very inexpensive here making budget traveling attainable. The students are vehement learners and eager to share their culture while simultaneously learning about others. We look forward to hosting you and hope to hear from you soon.
Feel free to ask if you have any questions about Islamic culture or life here in Morocco.
Teach in Morocco – tasks & roles
In exchange for free accommodation we ask our volunteers to hold 10-15 minute discussions in English or French with our students from 7 pm to 9:30 pm during the week and Saturdays 11 am to midday and from 4 pm to 6:30 pm, Sundays are off.
The discussion topics are provided to volunteers by our knowledgeable teachers additionally volunteers can discuss cultural norms where they are from and ask the students what life is like in Morocco.
The apartment has all the necessary amenities including a common room for the volunteers as well as a terrace. For volunteers who stay longer periods, the option to explore surrounding cities is always available.
Volunteers are responsible to secure their travel plans and when they arrive at the international airport in Casablanca or Fes and then someone can meet them and show them to the apartment/school.
Teach in Morocco: What else?
Our guests have the option to come visit at any time of the year for volunteer dates ranging from a few weeks to a year. Housing is provided in exchange for a couple conversations with the students, no lesson preparation required. Food is very cheap here and for individuals or couples who stay longer, there is always the option to explore surrounding cities.
We recommend that you have your own travel insurance cover when travelling.
Marrakech offers a beautiful city scape and lovely artisanal works. Take a day trip to Rabat to see where the king lives and other government buildings. Ifrane, which has been called the Switzerland in Morocco provides beautiful scenery and cleanliness.
Volunteering exchanges in Morocco
- Experience Living like a Nomad in the Sahara Desert (Morocco)
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- Teach your Languages at our Centre in Marrakech (Morocco)
- Come Build a Permaculture Community in Morocco
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