How to Join to become an MBL volunteer?
and send it back to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What you could contribute?
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— Organizing adoptive family and school events
— Organizing China-West cross cultural lectures/workshops, and volunteer training sessions
— Organizing cultural events in V&A Museum of Childhood for Chinese New year and Chinese Mid-Autumn festival.
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— IT technique support
— Graphic Design and Audio/Video creativity
— Update and maintain MBL Website/Facebook/Weibo
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— Dealing with daily communication and networking with MBL members, volunteers, sponsors, and answering other general enquiries
— Daily office admin work, and supporting Event and Website/IT Teams
— Family information checking and supporting family root searching
bacheca donne a napoli MBL volunteers’ activities:
MBL volunteer Fye (from Cheltenham Ladies’ College) went to China for her two weeks volunteering experience with MBL in Nanjing in July 2013.
From the 3rd of July until the 15th of July I participated in the MBL volunteering program in Nanjing. This experience was so enriching in that I was able to immerse myself with the true Chinese culture and society. I improved my Chinese language day by day and got to know so many friendly people along the way. My host family gave me great support right from the moment I first met them to when I left Nanjing. I’m so glad to have had this opportunity and so happy that such a wonderful organization like MBL has allowed me to take part on this meaningful experience.
The First Erhu (二胡) Concert from Wan Chu（ZHU YunBian 朱芸编）
Lilly’s Volunteering Experience with MBL in China
MBL volunteer Lilly (graduated from Cheltenham Ladies’ College) went to China for her two weeks volunteering experience with MBL in Nanjing in Dec 2012.
As a MBL base in China, Nanjing BaiXia Children’s Palace provides courses of traditional and contemporary arts and skills to local children/youth. More than 20,000 pupils aged between five and fifteen attending courses regularly every year. And MBL also works with schools, colleges, and universities in China and regularly invites international artists, scholars, and writers…as MBL volunteers to visit and give lecture/workshop to the students there.
Teaching Chinese children at school
For more details and Lilly’s article about her experience please click: Lilly’s Volunteering Experience with MBL in China