iServe Gap Year/Semester Programs

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Let’s Work Together

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Teach

Teach one of the many diverse subjects we have for just 20-30 hours per week.

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Inspire

Make an impact on young minds and inspire them to develop their skills.

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Explore

Take advantage of the tourism opportunities organized by us.

How it Works

Are you looking for something to do during your gap year? Then iServe has just the program for you! Our Gap Year programs are tailored to each volunteer's personal interests and availabilities. Our team matches you with children, schools, and programs that will bring you the most opportunities to make a lasting impact in people's lives. 

All of our programs require volunteers to serve for 20-30 hours per week, then the rest of the time is all yours. We're not trying to overwork you, and we're trying to give you opportunities to share your knowledge and skills to equip young people to improve their futures. 

Taking a gap year is a big decision to make, and it can truly transform you as an individual. Why not spend that gap year in the Pearl of Africa? You get to travel and give back to the community as you build lasting memories and make an impact on other people's lives. 

Get in touch with our program coordinator to learn more about how we can tailor program to fit your needs. We look forward to hearing from you!

Choose your niche

Creative & Academic Writing 

Spend 10 hours per week nurturing young minds and developing their writing skills.

Computer Science & IT

Give students the computer education they need to develop future innovative solutions.

Science

Using our science labs, train curious minds with essential science skills & knowledge.

Your Hours

All of our programs require volunteers to work 10-20 hours per week, twice a week.

Creative Arts

Inspire them through music, dance, & theater to foster creativity & self-expression.

Certificates

iServe offers certificates for those who need proof of volunteer work for personal use.

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Are you ready to be a part of this education revolution in East Africa?