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Teach Math at a Maasai School in Rural Tanzania

Locations

Tanzania: Arusha, Rural Areas

Program Duration

3-6 Months, 7-12 Months

Dates

Term I: January 4 - June 10, 2017 (5 months) / Term II: July 11 - December 9, 2017 (5 months) / ability to combine 10 months of service

Qualifications

- Minimum bachelor’s university degree
- Minimum 2 years experience in the classroom
- ESL/ELL certification (TEFL, CELTA, or equivalent) preferred
- 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

Minimum Education

Bachelors

Languages

  • English

Cost in US$:

USD $60 approx each month to cover food/water

Program Fees Include:

Program fees include: Red Sweater Project does not charge program fees but we offer the following:

• We pick you up at Kilimanjaro Airport and transport you to your new home
• We arrange and furnish housing
• We provide orientation, familiarizing you with life in Tanzania and office operations
• We provide a computer (but you are welcome and encouraged to bring your own)
• We provide assistance with travel planning and arrangements
• We welcome your input and value your suggestions

Volunteers are responsible for their:
• Living expenses (US$200-300/month average)
• Airfare, visas, and immunizations (between US$300-800)
• Health insurance and medical expenses (if any)

Salary/Pay

Volunteer; Group housing provided

Experience Required

yes

    - Minimum 2 years experience in the classroom

Volunteer Types

  • Community Development
  • Economic Development
  • Education
  • English Teaching
  • Teaching
  • Tutor
  • Youth
  • Youth Development

Age Range

21+

This Program is open to

Worldwide Participants. This Program is also open to Couples and Individuals.

Typical Living Arrangements

  • Group living

Participants Travel

Independently or in Groups

Typically Participants Work

in Groups

Application Process Involves

  • Letters of Reference
  • Phone/Video Interview
  • In-Person Interview when Feasible
  • Resume
  • Online Application

Post Services Include

  • Alumni Network