Globalize DC is now hiring for its Japan programs!!

Japan in DC at the National Arboretum

We couldn’t be more thrilled to be making plans now – finally – to fully resume our regular Japan programs for DC high school students later this year!

Globalize DC is now recruiting staff for two different programs.

“Japan in DC” Co-Teachers for Summer 2022 Program

Introduced in 2017, “Japan in DC” gives interested DC public high school students the opportunity to explore and document the presence of Japan in their own city – through individuals, institutions, and landmarks. This fun and educational six-week program is scheduled to run Monday-Friday, June 27-August 6, 2022.

We are now seeking two qualified and energetic teachers, international educators, or graduate students to lead this summer program. These are paid, part-time positions. We hope to fill these two positions by the end of April, so if interested, be sure to apply right away. Click below for the full job description and application instructions.

Part-time Japanese Language Teacher for SY22-23 Japanese Plus Program

Japanese Plus is our innovative afterschool Japanese language, culture, and career exposure program for DC public high school students citywide. Review this page, the student blog, and the full www.japaneseplus.org website for more information about the Japanese Plus program.

We are now seeking a dynamic new part-time Japanese teacher to co-lead this program. Interested? Download the job announcement here:

We will fill the position as soon as we find the right candidate. Please share this announcement with anyone you think might be interested.

These are fun programs for staff as well as students. Consider making a real difference in the lives of our DC students. These programs are among the few opportunities available to them – at no cost – to pursue their avid interest in Japanese language and culture.

Any questions about either position? Contact sally@globalizedc.org.

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