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When you walk the Camino, and suddenly a pandemic appears

Volunteering opportunities over the next few weeks / months?

Pierre Julian

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Past OR future Camino
Frances, Ingles, VdP, San Salvador, Aragonese & Northern. Sections of Portuguese & Mozarabic.
Hello, can anyone please point me in the direction of any people / organisations / albergues / associations which might need some volunteer help?

I'm hoping to get to Spain over the next few weeks and do some walking, but also want to spend time somewhere that I can practise Spanish as much as possible. This is mainly because I'm moving to Spain to work later in the year.

I was thinking that in these difficult times, there might be some opportunities for me to give back to the Camino and its people, while getting the chance to immerse myself in the Spanish language.

I've had both Covid vaccinations, I'm a hard worker and willing to do most things, my work has been in the area of psychology and mental health in universities, hospitals and London homeless population, but I'm also a Celta qualified language teacher, and can provide any references if needed.

Any ideas would be gratefully received, please feel free to message me privately. Thanks.
 
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Francés (2016 & 2017), Norte (2018), Francés-Salvador-Norte (2019), Portuguese (2019)
Hello, can anyone please point me in the direction of any people / organisations / albergues / associations which might need some volunteer help?

I'm hoping to get to Spain over the next few weeks and do some walking, but also want to spend time somewhere that I can practise Spanish as much as possible. This is mainly because I'm moving to Spain to work later in the year.

I was thinking that in these difficult times, there might be some opportunities for me to give back to the Camino and its people, while getting the chance to immerse myself in the Spanish language.

I've had both Covid vaccinations, I'm a hard worker and willing to do most things, my work has been in the area of psychology and mental health in universities, hospitals and London homeless population, but I'm also a Celta qualified language teacher, and can provide any references if needed.

Any ideas would be gratefully received, please feel free to message me privately. Thanks.
I would reach out to @Rebekah Scott
She lives on the Camino and is associated with volunteer organizations.
 

Pierre Julian

Active Member
Past OR future Camino
Frances, Ingles, VdP, San Salvador, Aragonese & Northern. Sections of Portuguese & Mozarabic.
Many thanks both of you for your time in replying, I'll follow those up.
 

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