International Volunteers - Application Information

Application Deadline Extended to Apr. 15, 2022

 

 

Project of the Year

2022 NCHU Volunteer Program in Yunlin Beigang & Shuilin Township Stray Animal Reduction and Animal Welfare

 

2022_Application (Word)

2022_Program Info


#Participation in Stray Animal Issues: Get to know the status quo locally and how the government, societies, and universities deal with it.
#Workshops with Children: Educational workshops at youth organizations with children aged from 6 to 12, sharing the values and ideas of respecting animals.
#Local Community Service: Reduce the number of local stray animals through pet registration, setting trapping cages, and assisting the vet to neuter the captured animals.
#Cultural Experiences: Get to know the history of Yunlin and one of the world’s famous temples.
#Visit Private Animal Shelter: Visit “浪愛回家Adopt Pets Don't Buy” shelter at Huatan, Changhua County. Students will be able to interact with the shelter owner and the local volunteers.


Organizer

Office of International Affairs & University Social Responsibility StrayLOHAS Team. 

Other collaborative units

Taichung City Animal Protection and Health Inspection Office, and NCHU International Volunteers Club.

Time

Jul.4th -10th, 2022.   (7 days).

Application Deadline   (Application deadline Extended to Apr. 15, 2022)

Fri., Apr. 15th, 2022, 12:00 noon. 

Location

Yunlin & Changhua County, Taiwan.

Who can apply?

National Chung Hsing University students and those that have student clubs or volunteer experiences are more than welcome.

The ability of Chinese listening and speaking is a plus.

Payment

Free.

How to submit

Please email your applications to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (Ms. Huang, coordinator of OIA.)
After emailing, a confirmation letter will be sent to you. If not, please call to confirm. (22840206*41)

Selection Process (Two stages)

Stage I – Applicants will be selected based on the information provided in the application form.
Stage II – Shortlisted applicants will be invited to have an interview with the Selection Committee.

Reminder

If accepted, students will automatically become a member of the International Volunteer Club, and he/she is obligated to join club activities such as organizing Volunteer Week and Result-sharing Meeting.
  1. After receiving admission notice, students will start to prepare for the program immediately, including designing teaching materials, participating in pre-departure drills and classes (about 4-6 times), and other team meetings. 
  2. Help guide new club members of the next generation and assist in club affairs. 
  3. Submit a written review (at least 2,500 words).

Contact

Ms. Huang, Coordinator of Division of International Education, OIA

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. / 04-22840206*41

Pre-submission Check List

[] Application Form
[] Personal Information Agreement
[] Supplementary Materials