University Ministry/EFL Teacher

The popluation of Senegal, a country in sub-Saharan West Africa, is 95% Muslim with only a handful of Senegalese Christ-followers. Dakar, its capital, is a hub for business, higher education, government agencies and NGOs. Over 60% of the population is under 25 years of age and the local universities draw young people from all over francophone Africa, opening a unique door for university outreach.

Secondary Teacher

This small, but strategic coastal city serves as a crossroads between continents, contrasting barren mountains and deserts with adjoining bodies of water famous for their spectacular snorkeling among tropical fish and swimming with the seasonally migrating whale sharks. Yet the traditional nomadic population lives at a subsistence level, and even in the city economic opportunity is hard to come by for the majority of the nation's population who lives there. Urban unemployment hovers near 60%, and attempts to diversify the primarily service economy face huge obstacles.

Primary Teacher

This small, but strategic coastal city serves as a crossroads between continents, contrasting barren mountains and deserts with adjoining bodies of water famous for their spectacular snorkeling among tropical fish and swimming with the seasonally migrating whale sharks. Yet the traditional nomadic population lives at a subsistence level, and even in the city economic opportunity is hard to come by for the majority of the nation's population who lives there. Urban unemployment hovers near 60%, and attempts to diversify the primarily service economy face huge obstacles.

School Support Staff

This small, but strategic coastal city serves as a crossroads between continents, contrasting barren mountains and deserts with adjoining bodies of water famous for their spectacular snorkeling among tropical fish and swimming with the seasonally migrating whale sharks. Yet the traditional nomadic population lives at a subsistence level, and even in the city economic opportunity is hard to come by for the majority of the nation's population who lives there. Urban unemployment hovers near 60%, and attempts to diversify the primarily service economy face huge obstacles.

ESL/EFL Teacher

This small, but strategic coastal city serves as a crossroads between continents, contrasting barren mountains and deserts with adjoining bodies of water famous for their spectacular snorkeling among tropical fish and swimming with the seasonally migrating whale sharks. Yet the traditional nomadic population lives at a subsistence level, and even in the city economic opportunity is hard to come by for the majority of the nation's population who lives there. Urban unemployment hovers near 60%, and attempts to diversify the primarily service economy face huge obstacles.

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