Orphan Care Training- Bring Me Hope

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Rating: 4.7 out of 5 (162 ratings)
1,697 students
1hr 4min of on-demand video

Volunteers attending the Bring Me Hope are required to complete this course before camp. They will learn more about the children they will be serving, and how to be an effective translator at camp. The children at camp all have a disability or attachment difficulties, so it is important to understand how that affects their behavior and how volunteers can help them have a great week at camp.


  • 1. You should have passed the English interview by a Bring Me Hope staff member. 2. You should have been recommended by a Bring Me Hope approved leader.


Working with orphans is not for the faint of heart.  The kids who arrive at camp have experienced difficult childhoods that require understanding.  This training will help you become familiar with how trauma and abandonment affects children, so that you will be better equipped to work with orphans. Our goal is to love and defend orphans, and we want to train you to do that! 

Who this course is for:

  • Bring Me Hope Volunteers


Operations Manager
Becca Bolt
  • 4.7 Instructor Rating
  • 162 Reviews
  • 1,697 Students
  • 1 Course

Bring Me Hope has been a part of my life since 2005.  My parents adopted my two sisters from China, and since then China has become my family.  I have the privilege of managing our Chinese volunteers at the summer camps. I have seen lives changed every summer, and I love facilitating that for new people.  Serving is a part of our DNA, and so I encourage you to jump in and make a difference in an orphan's life this summer! 

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