Opportunity for Penn Grads to Teach English in China
William Penn University and Xinya Middle School (high school) in Linzhou, China, have announced a new partnership to send a William Penn graduate to Linzhou to teach English for a year. No Chinese language skills are necessary and two candidates will be chosen for this initial opportunity.
The first assignment starts May 2013 and runs through May 2014. The second assignment starts January 2014 and runs through January 2015. Candidates will be teaching English to Chinese students and assisting in recruiting Chinese students to William Penn University.
Candidates will receive one-time international & domestic transportation/airfare; health insurance; room, with one meal per day; and a stipend of approximately $650 per month (4,000 yen) while in China.
The two positions will overlap, and the criteria for both is the same. Both males and females may apply. Candidates may have any major; the only requirement is you must speak English!
For more information or to apply, contact Steve Noah, Vice-President for Special Projects & Government Relations (email@example.com, Penn Hall 220), or Debbie Stevens in Career Services (firstname.lastname@example.org, Penn Hall 220).