标题: [ACSSY FYI] Teach For China Info-session Friday at 4PM, LC 101

作者: Hanqiong Hu

日期: 2012-10-16


FYI







In China over 190 million students have severely limited access to quality education. That's about 2/3 of the US population.

Less than 5% of Chinese students in under-resourced, rural schools make it to college, compared to 70% of students in wealthy, urban schools. In China today, where you are born determines what life opportunities you will have.

 

We believe this can and must be changed.

 

Teach For China is an innovative, fast-growing non-profit committed to eliminating educational inequity in China by enlisting the most promising college grads in two-year service efforts.

 
 

TEACH FOR CHINA 中国

INFORMATION SESSION

4PM, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19

LC 101

 

Presenting:

Rachel Wasser, Yale ’04

Co-founder and consultant to Teach For China

Lizzy Berryman

Recruitment Manger at Teach For China for the Mid-Atlantic

 

Steamed Shrimp Dumplings will be served

If you plan to attend, RSVP to Chang Liu at c.liu@yale.edu is appreciated

 
 

Lizzy Berryman and Rachel Wasser will also be on-campus on Friday meeting informally with select students about this fellowship opportunity. They will be meeting with each student individually for 30 minute segments from 10AM – 1PM and 2PM-4PM. If you are interested in this opportunity please contact Lizzy at berryman.lizzy@tfchina.org

 


This is why YOU should apply to Teach For China:

 

·       Partnered with Teach For America through Teach For All, Teach For China is a long-term U.S.-China service initiative that aims to address China’s long-term educational inequality

·       Through attending professional training programs and working in close collaboration with local teachers in China’s most under-resourced schools, fellows bring about real, profound impact

·       Ranked as the most influential Chinese non-profit organization by China Newsweek, Teach For China engages fellows with China in a culturally meaningful way

·       Beyond their two-year teaching commitments, Teach For China supports alumni to become leaders in different fields to acquire long-term career success

 
 

Learn more or apply to be a fellow by clicking the image or visiting www.tfchina.org

 
 

Deadline to apply to the Teach For China fellowship:

October 21, 2012

APPLY ONLINE HERE



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