What we do:
For every student we teach, we will teach another from a disadvantaged background. On a one-for-one basis. We donate time, expertise and funds to support children and charities in the home countries of our students.
We use our voice to actively participate in causes aligned with our values. Our events programs include speakers from international charities, fundraising activities and involvement in events like International Women’s Day or Refugee Week.
We are not a passive institution and encourage our students to become involved both as a way to promote good, and to immerse in language.
Why we do it:
The opportunity to learn should not be limited to those who can afford it. Travelling across the world to study English as a foreign language is a unique and immersive experience that builds confidence and provides better job prospects. However these options are simply not available to everyone. Our mission is to give young and disadvantaged people a chance to learn essential skills that will enrich their lives, regardless of their economic position. We want to inspire the next generation of explorers, wherever they are.
How we do it:
We partner with organisations that share and support our mission to provide education where it is most needed. We commit funds that would otherwise constitute profit.
For every week a student studies with us, we will donate a week to charity from their country or region. We utilise existing local charities and donate either a teacher, or the equivalent funding for classes.