Computer Skills Location: Dharamsala Project Duration: 2 to 12 weeks

Technology has spread far and wide. Communities are replacing paper with modern information storage and communication systems. Learning computer skills is becoming an integral part of the society, however there is a shortage of people who can impart these skills to children and more so the adult members of the communities.

As a volunteer you can play part in transforming societies from the traditional paper systems to new digital era. You will teach children and adults how to use computers, bringing them up to speed on how they can use digital tools to make a difference in their lives.

You will teach basic computer skills to the old and young, equipping them with knowledge which will enhance their lives. For those who may have little knowledge on computers you will help them to advance their skills. The computers as well as internet connections will be provided throughout the learning process. You will not only impart knowledge but will also teach them practical skills when it comes to the use of computers and other digital tools. Volunteers teach them how to operate a computer, writing skills, office management skills, writing emails, spreadsheets, presentations and some other essential knowledge of computer.

Learning different computer skills is exciting for those individuals who has the basic knowledge of computer. This will make the people confident about themselves.

Computer skills are vital for young people who want to seek employment or higher education. India is a forward-thinking nation, but many children still struggle to gain access to technology. Our computer skills programs enable volunteers to pass on some of their knowledge and ensure students get the best possible start in life.


"I always wanted to go to India so when I had the opportunity to I searched for different volunteer organizations. iSpiice had the best options at a great price so I chose them. I couldn’t have chosen a better organization. The staff are so accommodating and make sure you are comfortable the whole time. The weekend excursions were amazing, the food was delicious and the locals were very friendly.

Volunteering with the children and women was the highlight and I enjoyed the daily schedule with them. A month was way too short and I would love to go back and volunteer again one day. I recommend this organization for anyone wanting a fun, enriching experience. You won’t be disappointed.

Katrina Jansen, Canada

  • Teach independently or with a partner
  • Teach in small independent groups or in schools
  • Teach basic or intermediate IT skills
  • Intermediate level computer skills
  • Enthusiastic and friendly
  • Ability to adapt with fewer resources