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Teenagers – University Volunteer Teachers

Jump operates educational programs with systematic programs and operational expertise to ensure diverse and equitable educational and physical activity opportunities for teenagers and young adults from various backgrounds.


Demand-Driven Long-Term Activities

Jump focuses on long-term activities over one year, unlike transient activities centered on suppliers.

Education Sharing and Physical Activity Volunteering

  • Systematically providing tailored education and physical activities aligned with the academic level of teenagers by young adults and university students.
  • The trust built over the long term not only provides emotional stability for teenagers but also enhances academic efficiency through consistent academic support. This allows for stable program execution by local community welfare organizations, facilitating continuous customized education.

Youth-Community Integrated Projects

  • Over an extended period, young adults stay in the community to engage in educational and community activities needed by the local community, addressing issues such as declining youth population and educational inequality while growing alongside the community.


Education Curriculum for Volunteer Capacity Enhancement

Through intensive and diverse education training such as pre-service training, in-service training, and mid-term workshops, Jump supports young adults and university students in smoothly conducting educational volunteering activities.

Over one year, Jump’s young adults and university students engage as academic tutors or physical education teachers. During this period, they maintain close relationships with teenagers, providing not only academic support but also emotional support, developing talents, and facilitating physical activities. Therefore, without adequate preparation, both teenagers in developmental stages and young adults/university students may face difficulties or emotional challenges. To prevent these issues proactively and facilitate effective and smooth activities, Jump provides regular education and training courses such as workshops and facilitation education.

Annual Education Curriculum Details

Category Time Goal Key Details
Pre-training Twice before the activity starts • Promotes understanding of the activity

• Forms bonds between University Volunteer Teachers

• Improves educational and guidance skills

• Accustomizing to methods of forming good relationships

• Understanding of program curriculum

• Understanding of myself, understanding of youth

• Understanding of educational institutions and volunteering

• Teaching methods, methods of forming relationships

• 1-year activity plan and establishment of goals

• Coaching training (for physical activity programs)

• Meetings with activity manager, etc

Opening ceremony and orientation When the activity begins • Enhanced self-esteem, sense of responsibility

• Sense of belonging

• Ice-Breaking, Team Building

• Special lectures, meetings with older members, mentoring

• Vow ceremony, proof of scholarship completion, etc

New school year
preparation meeting
Once per semester • Youth training and activity planning for each organization • Mentor meetings for each organization conducting activities
In-person meetings Once per semester • Solving difficulties for each activity

• Feedback and discussion of improvement plan

• Relationship between learning center and University Volunteer Teachers, activity location checkups

• Submission of problems with activities

Academic guidance

Refresher training

Refresher training Within 2-3 months after the activity starts • Academic guidance and emotional support reflecting the youth’s needs, actual problems, etc.

• Improvement of problem-solving skills

• Effective teaching methods, methods of forming relationships

• Discussion of steps to take when problems occur

Midterm workshop Midterm workshop • Report on the current state of learning center activities

• Sharing of useful activity information between University Volunteer Teachers

• Sense of responsibility and determination for future activities

• Midterm activity checkup

• Second-half activity goals/planning

• Academic guidance and emotional support in-depth training

• Mentoring, etc

Closing ceremony • Closing and words of encouragement when completing one year of activities

• Improved self-esteem as a mentor

• Examples of excellent activities and sharing opinions

• Closing of activities and announcing impressions for each organization conducting activities

• Announcement of excellent examples of mentoring by members of society and awards

※ Detailed training programs may vary by business.


Systematic and Integrated Management Based on Technology

To smoothly manage university student volunteers and scholarship recipients over a year-long period and effectively monitor long-term activities, Jump implements various reports such as activity reports (weekly), class journals (weekly), scholarship usage and growth diaries (monthly or semi-annually).

To efficiently manage and operate the activities of more than 800 university student volunteers annually, an online platform has been developed. Through this platform, systematic and integrated management is possible, allowing university student volunteers to review their activities online and receive real-time feedback from the office. It also archives one year’s growth history.

Advantages of Volunteer Activity Management Using Online Platforms

Systematic and integrated
management of activity data.
Real-time issue identification
and problem-solving.
Real-time feedback conducted
when necessary by the operating office.


Custom Program Operation Through Expert Managers

Jump assigns one dedicated manager per 50 young adults/university students to plan demand-oriented local business and operate programs with consistency and expertise.

Dedicated managers serve as a link between project sponsors, educational welfare organizations, and various members such as young adults/university students, leading smooth operations. Providing systematic education ensures stable activities for young adults, maintaining a volunteer dropout rate of less than 10%. Jump continuously communicates with educational welfare organization officials to improve the quality of educational sites and programs.

Cumulative nationwide learning center network(several locations)

(As of 2023)


Collaboration with Local Community Welfare Ecosystem

Collaborating with national local community welfare organizations that empathize with Jump’s mission and vision, Jump identifies the needs of teenagers requiring educational opportunities and the demands of educational sites. It supports university student volunteers in providing high-quality education.

Learning Center Participation


Manuals for Participants

Jump has manuals for key participants such as educational welfare organizations and young adults/university students to aid in understanding program details.

Operating Manual for Educational Welfare Organizations

Operating Manual

Activity Guide for Young Adult/University Student Volunteers

Activity Guide

Coaching Guide for Physical/Physical Activity Volunteers

Coaching Guide

Online Class Manual

Online Education Volunteer Manual
for Young Adults/University Students


Online Mentoring Manual
for teenagers


Learning Center
Online Mentoring Manual


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