Work Exchange

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Stay with a World Schooler in exchange for a little work!

In return for volunteer help, Work Exchange Hosts offer food, accommodation and opportunities to learn. Usually you live with your host and are expected to assist with the running of their property. The exchange is usually based on 4-6 hours' exchange for a full day’s food and accommodation, however this is a guide only.

You may be asked to help with a variety of tasks like gardening, cutting wood, harvesting, packing, looking after animals, feeding, wine making, cleaning, IT website work, reception work and childcare.

Take a look through the following listings that are offering a place to stay in exchange for work. You can use the search function on the left to narrow down the geographical area.

Once you find something you like, click on the post for more details, then you can contact the host directly to see if they are available to accommodate you and a work exchange can be made.


Work Exchange in Bocas Del Toro, Panama

Posted 01 months 2 days 01 hours 38 minutes ago. 122
We would love for you to join our family here in the Tropical Island of Bocas del Toro. I am an educator and have started to World School schooling my young children. If you are interested in world sc
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Florida Self-Directed Learning Community & Work Exchange for Family in Your Own 3/1 House.

Posted 03 months 25 days 05 hours 16 minutes ago. 1,349
Looking for community? Come join our us (along with several other families that identify as worldschooers) in North-Central Florida for some length of time in the fall, spring, or summer months. We ha

Beachfront "Homeschool!"

Posted 09 months 27 days 21 hours 26 minutes ago. 550
Hola Worldschoolers!! 👋 We are a Tico American family living on the {very rural} coast of Guanacaste, Costa Rica. About a year ago we started an alternative education program for our two daugh

House by the woods, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, UK

Posted 10 months 7 days 09 hours 7 minutes ago. 350
If you like walking in the woods, this is the place for you! This is an eduardian house on a main road, but with views of the trees. You can do some bird watching whilst having breakfast. Manchester
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Looking for world schooling families with child/children

Posted 10 months 15 days 14 hours 59 minutes ago. 502
I am a French middle aged woman living on the island of Koh Chang, Thailand with my French husband and our 4 year old daughter Clara. We are unschooling our little girl and we are looking for a family

Hike the Arizona Trail with us!

Posted 11 months 16 days 22 hours 20 minutes ago. 429
We are hiking the Arizona Trail, 800 miles that spans from the border of Mexico to Utah. We are looking for someone who can drive our van and hang out with our three year old son as well two days a we
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Homeschool and volunteer at Eco resort in St. Lucia

Posted 01 years 01 months 1 days 03 hours 49 minutes ago. 521
We are looking for a family interested in a work exchange for 6 weeks to 6 months, to volunteer and help homeschool our 5 year old boy at our 80 acre historic site, plantation guesthouse, retreat cent

Looking for a Work Exchange or House/Animal Sit experience for mom & daughter

Posted 01 years 07 months 11 days 22 hours 21 minutes ago. 734
I’m looking for a work exchange or house sitting experience for myself and my daughter (she’s nearly 4). I’m a biologist who loves nature and animals. I’m an experienced gardener and a gre
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Free stay in Dominican Republic for Chinese language help

Posted 01 years 09 months 1 days 4 minutes ago. 756
We live in a great small town in the Dominican Republic and I’m looking to set up someone or a small family with their own small apartment nearby in exchange for language immersion in Mandarin f

Family Eco project/ off grid worldschool hub Portugal

Posted 01 years 09 months 30 days 19 hours 42 minutes ago. 3,564
We are a British family of 4 setting up an eco project and world school retreat for families in Portugal . Our website blog is called Parent Tribe. We aim to support and inspire creative and holistic