- As a volunteer you will be expected: to be 20+ years of age, be a baptized member of the Seventh day Adventist Church, have a drivers license, be willing to serve and excited about working with youth. Your English must be fluent. If you are not from an English speaking country you will be interviewed on Face Time before your application can be considered.
- You will be working in shifts on average 42.5 hours per week with other volunteers, being assistant deans in our dormitories.
- The work as assistant dean consists of: waking up the junior students, helping students during the day, looking after the sick, enforcing school standards, leading out in devotionals, leading out in sports, being the leader of a group of students in their cleaning jobs, being a role model in faith and living, being available as a friend and guide for the students.
- You will be sleeping in one of our dormitory buildings and function as a fireguard at night time, which of course requires that you are in the building between 00 and 06 am.
- We want our volunteers to take initiatives such as, making fun and social activities with the students, playing sports with the students, taking initiative to sing groups/prayer groups/bible study group or other spiritual activities.
- Drivers License
- 20+ years of age
- 1 year College/University
- Speak Fluent English
- Skills in sports, crafts, outdoor activities
- Leadership abilities
Casual wear is very normal - even for church. You might want to bring some warm clothes as it is cold in the winter. We will provide you with one set of sports clothes.
A room with table, bed, chair, cupboard and a chest of drawers. Power supply is 220 V ac with European plugs. You are responsible for cleaning your own room. Meals will be provided in the dinning hall.
Details about Vejlefjordskolen:
Vejlefjordskolen has approx. 120 students in the dormitories. Boys and girls live in separate buildings. They are allowed to visit one another within certain hours. Volunteers help to make sure that these limits are kept. More than half of the students come from a non Adventist background and most from a non-Christian background. This makes it a challenge to make the life on campus understandable to new students. Several of the students have had difficulties before coming to us. This can be parents divorce, other family problems or personal problems. Having both native Adventist students and non-Christian students is a huge challenge when we have devotionals and also in the normal school life.
- Local Travel
- Monthly Living Allowance DKK1950
- Travel to and From Location
Monthly Living Allowance DKK1950
Once you arrive in Denmark we will help you apply for the visa
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Get a lot of experience as leader and great opportunities for witnessing to teenagers.
August 2020-June 2021
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