We are looking for applicants interested in teaching at our Office in Tunis as well as Sousse.
AMIDEAST, the largest American provider of English language training in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), has partnered with World Learning/SIT Graduate Institute— http://sit.edu/ a U.S.-based global leader in teacher education—to launch a unique certificate program for teachers of English. Representing over 100 years’ experience in education, the two prestigious nonprofit organizations have joined forces to meet the growing demand in the Arab world for quality training in English language teaching and provide current and future teachers the first such American-accredited program available throughout the region.
English language teachers--and particularly certified, expert English language teachers--are in high demand worldwide. With English language proficiency increasingly linked to better opportunities for youth and improved business performance in the MENA, the need for qualified teachers is now more critical than ever. PCELT directly addresses this need by developing informed, analytical, and up-to-date teachers prepared to impact learners of all ages and backgrounds with different language goals. PCELT has a flexible, adaptable design that takes into account the many perse language classrooms and everyday realities of teachers in a complex and rapidly changing environment.
US State Department Scholarships are awarded through the Access program to deserving Tunisian students aged 13-15 from underprivileged economic environments who would not normally benefit from English language reinforcement. Along with English training, this program also introduces and/or strengthens the students' awareness of cross-cultural similarities and differences through democratic, national and community themes and activities. These students are nominated and endorced by their school directors as to their character, commitment, academic promise and need.
Job Title: Junior Accountant
Immediate Supervisor: Director of Accounting and Finance (DAF)
Location: Tunis, Tunisia
Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience
The Educational Advisor may not be available at any given time that the library is open, as she may have responsibilities outside of the office. Should you need to schedule an appointment with her, you can contact her at email@example.com or call 71 145 751
The Middle East Rule of Law Program (MEROL) offers qualified applicants the opportunity to study for Master’s degrees in the following fields at top-ranked universities in the U.S., Hungary, and the Middle East:
Mission and Objectives
The Middle East Rule of Law (MEROL) program aims to assist in the creation of a critical mass of reform-minded professionals in the Middle East working in fields crucial to the development and sustainability of open societies.
In conceiving of the foundations of the “Rule of Law” to include the healthy functioning of various public sectors beyond law itself, MEROL represents an extension of the Open Society Foundations’ Palestinian Rule of Law Program (PROL). Since 2003, the PROL program has supported over 50 LLM fellowships for Palestinian lawyers who are now engaged in law reform, teaching, and the development of a Palestinian rule of law infrastructure.
Eligible candidates are invited to apply for a two-way citizen exchange program is a capacity-building and professional development initiative conducted by Legacy International. The program serves civil society development in Egypt, Tunisia, Libya and the US and is designed for people with strong leadership skills who are early- to mid-career professionals and who are committed to making a lasting impact in the areas of public service, social development, government transparency, and citizen participation.
Key Facts of about the LFP MENA program: 24 Fellows will be selected from three countries (8 each from Libya, Tunisia, and Egypt) to participate in a month-long, fellowship experience in U.S. Congressional offices, federal agencies, advocacy groups, and grassroots organizations.