Schools & Colleges
Valley View English Medium School
Valley View its English Medium Private School that offer pre-primary and primary school in the Soweto area of Moshi. At Valley View you can teach many different subjects to the children’s age of 4-14 years old. These subjects include; English, Mathematics, Science, Geography and History.
The working day is Monday to Friday 7:30-4pm. However volunteers don’t have teach the full day and could just teach in the morning. As well as teaching, volunteers can assist teachers when they are teaching rather than lead classes. All classes are taught in English (except Kiswahili), with the teachers I the younger classes using some Swahili to improve the children’s grasp of subjects. Many of the SWIWSCO children attend Valley View.
Khuba Nursery School
Volunteers can work in the Nursery school and teach the kids of under age 6. The subjects taught at the Nursery are; English speaking and writing, children’s songs, sports, drawing and many other activities. The working days are Monday to Friday. The school is located in Soweto, Moshi.
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING AUTHORITY
Vocational Education and Training Authority, VETA, offers vocational training in Moshi. It is possible to study carpentry, restaurant and hotel management and different mechanical vocations. In the school there are both boarding and day-school students.
VETA offers several different opportunities for teachers. You can teach Basic English, basic computer skills (email, internet, Microsoft Office) or basic business skill. Such as; developing business idea, basic bookkeeping or budgeting.
MKOMBOZI VOCATIONS TRAINING CENTER
Welcome to Mkombozi Vocational Training Centre & Community Development! Mkombozi (mm-kom-BO-zee): Derived from the Swahili word for "Liberation", Mkombozi is an apt name for this centre. We empower community members to assess their own needs and work towards freedom from economic, social, and political oppression while creating positive social change.
MVTCDC was created in 1999 as a community-based organization committed to liberating local residents from oppression, both social and economic. The founder, Asha K. Mshana, is a retired home-economics teacher who decided to take advantage of her experience and her skills to support vulnerable groups. The centre has grown and developed to welcome 71 students this year.