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Hailey’s Lessons from Nepal

In April 2017, as a recent high school graduate, I set out to teach English in a rural Nepali village. I hoped to help further the opportunities of the students I taught, and to learn from them in the process. At the end of my three months I had learned more than I...

Gratitude – 1 year later

This picture came up on my Facebook Memories, so I thought I would share. It has been exactly one year since I stepped down off of the mountain my school was placed on, walked out of my village, and into a new life. From there, there’s nothing else I can say about my...

What Elsa Learned while teaching in Nepal

As my farewell creeps ever closer, quickly becoming a reality that I am not eager to accept, I feel the need to share some of the many many things I have learned during the most incredible but challenging 2 months of my life. Life in the wonderful village of Kimche,...

Michael’s experience with the kids and himself

For the past 2 and a half months, I have lived in the village of Kimche in the Annapurna region, to teach English at a secondary school which sits atop a hill overlooking the town. On the first day of school,  I hiked with a cadre of people through thick jungle, rice...

Tony’s experience, 2 years after teaching

One of our favorite teachers over the years, Tony Santilli, had such a memorable experience in Nepal that we asked him to share his story with us. — Tony interned with Trek to Teach in the summer of 2014. What set his experience apart from most is that he taught...

A departing letter from Allie to her school

Shree Dhaulasri Secondary School Chhomrong, Kaski 9 Ghandruk, Nepal April 2016-June 2016   To the Principal, Students and community members of Chommrong,   Coming to teach at your school, I expected to be immersed in an education system far different from my...

Trekking, mountains and birds

I remember back in April 2015, when I was starting my thru hike of the Pacific Crest Trail, I got the news that there had been a terrible earth quake in Nepal. I cannot remember their names, but there were several other thru hikers (a “thru hiker” is...

What you need to teach in the Himalayas

If you’re considering teaching in Nepal, here’s three tips to make your experience supreme! An open mind When deciding where I wanted to study abroad I knew I wanted to go somewhere drastically different from home (Oregon, USA) to expand my view of...
Fast Facts:

Cost: 10 Weeks = $3,600 , see breakdown  

Accommodation: basic accommodations with a host family

Transport: all internal transport included

Meals: included in program fee.

Duration: three to eight months, in 10 week intervals. 


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