Ranger Program

The Ranger Program is WWO’s only US-based program and sends volunteers to work in the countries we serve. The first volunteers - so called Rangers - were college students but over time, the ranks have included medical students and practicing professionals with specialized skills, doctors who help establish medical protocols or youngsters with HIV/AIDS…athletes who help kids organize soccer teams … artists who open up new ways for children to communicate … actors who help orphans tell their stories through drama … and even family groups with a specific project to complete. There are three types of Rangers: Global Arts, Orphan and Service Rangers.

Learn more about Global Arts Rangers
Learn more about Orphan Rangers

Current Opportunities

Email OrphanRanger@wwo.org for more info.


ESL Teacher (Orphan Ranger Program)

WWO is seeking a certified ESL teacher to provide capacity-building for WWO Academy, an elementary and middle school for orphans and at risk children in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The ESL teacher will be responsible for developing workshops on effectively teaching English as a Second Language and providing coaching for teachers during the academic year. Ideal time frame for this volunteer is from mid-September through mid-October, 2013.

  • Candidate should have experience teaching English as a Second Language to elementary-age students.
  • Candidate will ideally have experience conducting trainings for other teachers providing ESL services.
  • Preference given to those with experience working with children with special educational needs.
  • Experience living, working or studying abroad required.
  • Candidate must self-fund travel and all related expenses.

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