Like most of Southeast Asia, Cambodia is full of ancient history. However, Cambodia’s recent tragic history is what continues to bring people to this beautiful country. The Khmer people are still in recovery mode from the crimes against humanity that flooded their villages and fields as recent as the year 2000. The need for social justice walks every street of Cambodia.
We believe that social justice begins in the classroom. For the Khmer people, English is the key to success. Their English ability is significantly higher than most surrounding countries, but their academic English skills, especially their critical thinking skills, are still lacking. Teach English in Cambodia and you’ll have the opportunity to assist in opening the eyes and minds of the next generation of Cambodian leaders!
In addition to teaching English, our teams are committed to investing in the lives of their university 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 Cambodia. We teach at a professional level in universities, but prior teaching experience is not required. We provide cultural and TESOL training prior to your departure. We value sending people who have a passion for developing friendships and pursuing lasting relationships. Is this teaching or campus ministry? Well it's both and the university outreach portion is a lot more powerful because you have the role of teacher to open the door to relationship. Join our teams on the ground who are making a huge impact!
-BA degree or higher
-TESOL certification (provided during orientation - opportunities to -complete reduced price MA degrees)
-Committed Christian with a vibrant, growing faith.
-Flexible team player
-Aptitude for learning how to teach with excellence
-Desire and skill set to build deep and meaningful relationships in a cross-cultural setting