I really admire the teachers who take these classes as they are so patient and organised. The kids are really cute though and it is common for at least one of them to run up to me in the hallways and give me a big hug. Whenever I walk into the room I am greeted with a loud ‘Hello’, or ‘Good morning/afternoon’ which always brings a smile to my face.
I am really happy that I chose to come to Canada, I’ve already learnt a great deal and have experienced so much that it is unbelievable. My favourite thing is the atmosphere created by working with a group of like-minded people from various backgrounds, as well as how rewarding instructing a young group of children is.
What is it that motivates you to take a gap year? Here’s your opportunity to tell us!
I really underestimated the effect that my friendships with the other volunteers would have on my own experience. All of us Lattitude volunteers placed in Argentina bonded unbelievably quick, and being part of such a close and supportive unit has totally enhanced my already awesome Lattitude experience. I know that these guys are my friends for life and that we will all continue to travel together in the future!
We’ve gotten lots of questions about UK visas after Brexit. This letter aims to assure you that various options for visa’s exist when applying for our programs and our current status as a “category A sponsor” for charity worker visas ensures our sustainability in providing VISA’s to those heading abroad on our programs.