Interested in living and working internationally? One way to do so is to consider teaching abroad. This podcast episode focuses on the myriad of ways to teach internationally. Whether through private international American schools or unique programs like the State Department's English Language Fellows program, there's a variety of options available which you'll learn more about from RPCVs who have done just that.
Special guests include Jennifer Gonzales, RPCV/evacuee from Namibia, and English Language Fellow with the State Department, who will chat about both her in-person and virtual experience providing support to international programs, while lending advice to anyone interested in exploring these unique opportunities.
Our second guest, Zane Dickey, is a seasoned educator within 20+ years of experience in International Schools around the world in locations including Madagascar, Senegal, Mali and Indonesia. He'll talk about tapping into and growing within the international school arena, including his more recent role as an Advisor, College Counselor and Career Coach in the International School system of Madagascar.
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PODCAST HOST: Jodi Hammer is an RPCV (Ecuador, 1994 - '97), Job Coach, and host of the Global Reentry's Jobs with Jodi Podcast. In her role as Global Reentry Career Services Specialist with NPCA, she develops and delivers individual and group programming in support of Global Reentry's mission of providing career and transitional support to RPCVs worldwide.
Need help with your next career opportunity after service? With the Global Reentry Program, National Peace Corps Association (NPCA) is here to help returned Volunteers with readjustment at home after service, provide resources to overcome challenges, and take the next steps toward healthy lives and successful careers.
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