Educating Refugee Children

Lebanon is well known for it's rich history and for a people that are hospitable and resilient. Though this small but important country has known it's own horrors in war, it has weathered the Syrian crisis and has become home to over 1.5 million refugees. Our work in the elementary classroom allows us to powerfully serve both communities - the local Lebanese people and Syrian refugee.

In addition to teaching conversational English, our teams are committed to investing in the lives of their students and communities outside the classroom, by living life alongside them. Through the privacy of one-on-one conversations held in homes and offices, out to eat, or on community excursions, real life and light and hope are shared with seeking students. Genuine friendships with our students become the basis for incredible conversations and life-change.

We need fun, flexible, dedicated people to join our vibrant teams in Lebanon. We teach at a professional level, but prior teaching experience is not required. We value sending people who have a passion for developing friendships and pursuing lasting relationships. Join our teams on the ground who are making a huge impact!

Skills: 

BA degree or higher.
TESOL certification (provided during orientation).
Committed Christian with a vibrant, growing faith.
Flexible team player.
Aptitude for learning how to teach with excellence.
Native-like English fluency.

Placement Details

Status: 
Open
Region: 
Positions: 
3
Start cycles: 
Fall
Location: 
Lebanon
Genders: 
Both
Reference number: 
9700621