Future teacher we warmly welcome you in our education center in Thailand
|At the centers Interns divide their time between teaching and nurturing the children and working on international tasks. All volunteers participate on one or more of our international task teams such as university relations, media and fundraising. Before your arrival at the center, you must complete pre-trip tasks online to demonstrate your work ethic. Once at the center, IHF requires its interns to work eight hours a day on at-center and international tasks, six day a week. There is time to sightsee and tour the nation, but work is always the first priority.
Those who are secure without the comforts of home gain the most from this valuable opportunity. Although we are mainly seeking those with the above expertise, IHF is willing to consider those with transferrable skills if you can demonstrate them during our application process. Fluency in English, both written and spoken is essential.
Our internship program very much follows our mission of "educating the educated about the poor'. Through bringing university students to study at our centers for intensive learning experiences this allows students to go beyond the superficial in learning about the realities of poverty. This provides endless opportunities to learn intimately about the international issues of education, human rights, abuse and poverty as well as local issues such as tribal rights, land ownership, citizen status and tribal conflicts.
|Additional Skills Required:|
|Fluency in English. Professional in Child Education.|
Chiang rai, Wyoming Thailand
| Ongoing Project|
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