Free (or Cheap) Volunteer Work in Armenia

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Free or Cheap Volunteer Work in Armenia

 

Grassroots Volunteering in Armenia

The organisations listed below have either got in touch with us to add their details to this or another of our websites, or we otherwise have reason to believe they are actively looking for international volunteers and charge reasonable or no fees to join in, live and work with them:

Armenian Volunteer Corps

www.armenianvolunteer.org

AVC's Volunteer Corps invites volunteers aged 21 years and older to volunteer in Armenia for between one month and one year, to serve in a job placement of their own choosing. Placements are available year round in a wide variety of sectors and organisations, including business, education, environmental sciences, arts and culture, finance, health, governmental and non governmental agencies.

AVC also have a programme for working professionals, over the age of 32, who have a minimum of five years' work experience and a keen desire to share their expertise and make a difference in Armenia.

Where: Volunteers work in Yerevan and throughout Armenia. The most active locations aside from Yerevan are Gyumri, Vanadzor and Shushi.
Accommodation & Costs: All accepted applicants are required to pay a donation of approximately $70 plus $11 a month for health insurance. Volunteers generally live with a host family, paying around $200 per month for room and breakfast.

Volunteering in Armenia

 

Help Exchange Networks in Armenia

Workaway - https://www.workaway.info/hostlist-AM.html
HelpX - http://www.helpx.net/hostlist.asp?host_region=386&network=3
WWOOF - http://www.wwoofindependents.org/host-list/armenia/

 

Other Ways to Travel or Stay for Free in Armenia

Stay for free in return for caring for local residents' homes or pets. Join Trusted Housesitters to live rent free as a house sitter (Americans may prefer this link). You are also welcome to a free $25 Airbnb credit from us here

 

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