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Teach English in Rural Tanzania, Africa!
Date posted:2015-10-06 | Writer: Red Sweater Project | Email: email@example.com
Red Sweater Project collaborates with developing communities in the creation of affordable, accessible and advanced educational opportunities for children in rural Tanzania. The non-profit organization operates Mungere Secondary School near the town of Mto wa Mbu in the northern Arusha Region. We do not charge a program fee but we expect you to cover your living expenses (of around $200-300 per month).
We are accepting applications for an English Teacher to teach Form I, II and III English and English as a Second Language (ESL/ELL) courses at Mungere Secondary School, engaging our students to speak, read and write English.
Our students live in a remote Maasai community, where English is rarely spoken, and primary school is taught in Swahili. Yet, Tanzanian secondary school curriculum is English-based and the language barrier can be an obstacle to learning. The English Teacher will engage students to actively participate in English classes and extra-curricular activities designed to broaden English skills.
As you experience life in a remote Maasai community and explore Tanzania’s scenery and wildlife, it is difficult not to fall in love with Tanzania and its people. Mungere Village is nestled in Africa’s Great Rift Valley, a short distance from Lake Manyara, Ngorongoro Crater, the Serengeti Plains and other unique destinations. Travel further from the village to summit Mt. Kilimanjaro or relax on the beaches of Zanzibar Island.
Term I: January 4 - June 10, 2016
Term II: July 11 - December 9, 2016
• Engage our students through interactive pedagogy
• Contribute innovative lesson plans
• Manage classroom activities
• Coordinate extra-curricular activities and sports
• University degree
• ESL certification (TEFL, TESOL, CELTA, or equivalent)
• Experience in the classroom
• Commitment to interactive and engaging education
• Professionalism and passion
• Experience traveling, living and/or teaching abroad preferred
• Interest in Tanzania’s indigenous cultures and traditions
• Ability to live in a developing community
• Flexibility to work individually and as part of a diverse team
Email current resumé/CV and a cover letter detailing any relevant experience to the email address given on the job heading.