Trip Details

Passionate about sport and sports development? As a sports management intern, you will be part of a program working with local schools to inspire children through sports development. Based at local schools in Singburi, sport is used as a vehicle for creating opportunities to develop social, physical, mental and academic skills. As an intern, you will be expected to plan and deliver sporting sessions, train and supervise the volunteer coaching team, and introduce new sports into the curriculum aiding the continuous development. Additionally, you will work on marketing the program and managing its presence on the internet. Aiming to enhance the current sports provision at the school, the multi sports coaching project gives the children extra opportunities to be involved in sports. This is in addition to the current curricular provision of one hour per week. Giving more than just sports training, the aim is to improve children’s overall health, stamina, emotional well-being and to introduce lifelong skills in communication, leadership, teamwork, decision making and problem solving. Children are also given essential healthcare instruction and lessons on equality. In short, your work at the project will help start children on a journey to success. Your role as an intern will take on the overall management of the Multi Sports Coaching Project. This will give you a chance to gain invaluable experience in many professional skills. You can expect to be involved in:

  • Team management
  • Training and supervising the voluntary sport coaching team
  • Safeguarding and driving forward the philosophy of healthcare & development
  • Planning and delivering sports sessions
  • Managing the organization of the program
  • Contributing to the development of the sports curriculum by introducing new sports
  • Developing marketing through the internet and Social Media (facebook etc)
  • Developing Fundraising Opportunities

Please Note: Projects start on a Monday, however you should arrive over the weekend on either Saturday or Sunday.

Trip Itinerary

Your first week will be used to immerse you into the local culture, acclimatizing you to its customs and language. As part of this, you will also be taken on excursions to local places of interest. For a full itinerary of this week, see the Siam Culture Week program.

Largely depending on the timetable of the partner school, your detailed schedule will be arranged by you and coordinators when you are on the program. You can expect to be carrying out up to 2 training sessions during the school day, followed by an extra 2 hours of extra curricular activities from 15:30. This session is where the children have a chance to explore a wider variety of sports and be inspired. Three meals a day are included: breakfast and dinner at the accommodation and lunch at the school. In addition to the activities included in the sample schedule below, interns will also be expected to manage the online presence, leading marketing and social media publicity.


At the accommodation centre, you will have breakfast before travelling to the school with the sport coaching team. Once on site, you will brief the team on the project, specifying details about the curriculum and plans for lessons. As well as sharing information, this is a great opportunity to get to know the new participants on the project. Following your introduction, the team will begin their work to prepare and deliver the sessions.

Tuesday to Friday

Each morning you will travel with the sports coaching team to the project location after breakfast. On arriving at the school, you will organise and supervise the team of sports coaches in the delivery of the training sessions.



Trip Accommodation

Trip Country Info


Population: Approx. 67 million
Capital: Bangkok
Language: Thai
Currency: Baht (THB)
Time zone: ICT (UTC +7)

From trekking in the beautiful mountains of the north to enjoying the glorious beaches in the south and experiencing the hustle and bustle of the metropolis that is Bangkok, Thailand is certainly not a country that lacks variety.

Whilst it really is at the heart of Southeast Asia, bordered by Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia and Malaysia, its cultural identity remains very unique. As the only country in Southeast Asia to avoid European powers, the Thai are proud to refer to themselves as ‘The Land of the Free’ and many tourists might also know it as ‘The Land of Smiles’ due to its friendly people.

Thailand is not only a famous holiday and gap year travel destination, but one of the most exciting countries in the world. Gap year travel to Thailand enables you to experience the excitement of city life as well as the serenity of some of the most spectacular remote islands and countryside areas.  By booking your gap year holiday to Thailand with TRU, you will be able to get a unique view of this amazing country that is difficult to replicate on your own.  We have a fabulous selection of gap year adventures in Thailand from Gibbon encounters and Elephant Sanctuary work to Clayhouse building and volunteering programs.

With our range of ongoing programs, you can even compose your schedule the way you like it. With this flexibility it enables you to say when you are on site and when you spend time with the new friends you have made from all over the world.  Have a look at our latest volunteering and gap year travel to Thailand below or give us a call to find out more about our exciting gap year programs in Thailand.

You can take this opportunity to mix and match projects tailor to your preference. Why pick one when you can pick several.

Participant Criteria & Requirements

Standard Requirements

No requirements have been provided.

Additional Requirements

No requirements have been provided.

What's included

  • 24/7 support in case of emergencies
  • Accommodation
  • Airport Pick up
  • Meals
  • Orientation

What's not included

  • Airport drop off
  • Departures/ drop offs
  • Flights
  • Travel insurance
  • Vaccination
  • Visa