prepared by: Fiona Riebeling

Coursework:
EDST 457b/PLSC 457B Social Welfare and Nongovernmental organizations (Baldwin)

Study abroad
SIT Chile - Comparative Education and Social Change (Fiona Riebeling attended)
Education in India at Nirman, Varanasi

Contacts:
Students: Fiona Riebeling (18)

Faculty and staff: Kate Baldwin (Polisci)
Leslie Stone (Yale-China)


Community leaders:

Clubs, organizations, activities:

Field experience:
American village camps in Europe (English medium camps in Europe) Shoshana Davidoff-Gore 17 recommends

Takes place in France, camps run from March-October

Counselors can work 2 weeks - 3 months

Apx. compensation is 1000 euros/month, room and board included, flights not included

Fun experience teaching English as a second language, opportunities to explore France and work on French language (although French language proficiency is not required)

Must be 18+ to work, no visa required


Yale Young Global Scholars (Karnessia Georgetown 19)

Camp California: Takes place in Croatia, June-August
Camp is in English, but more activity based and without formal English classes
Opportunity to lead outdoor excursions
Similar compensation to American Village, flights not included
Must be 20+ to apply, no visa required

Broadreach: Takes place internationally from end of May-August (contracts can be for a few weeks-2 months)
Lead multi-week international trips for students in middle and high schools
Trips based in outdoor and experiential education pedagogy, obtaining a Wilderness First Responder certification is necessary to begin employment but not to apply
Trip themes include marine science, language study, international development, medicine, and many more
All flights, room and board included in addition to a competitive salary for the summer

Experiment in International Living: Takes place internationally from mid-June through August
For 21+ individuals only, receiving their degree by June 2018
Similar setup to Broadreach program, $250/week compensation in addition to all flights, room and board
You must have experience living in one of their program countries to be considered for a position--there is one US program

Global Youth Exchanges: Work in the US as a program leader for visiting international students for a number of different programs
Same application process as the Experiment, bachelor's degree not required
Gakko- Due Jan 4th - 4-5 week commitment with really progressive and innovative camp in Japan or Berkshires, MA
Design and teach your own curriculum
No compensation, but all expenses paid

Internships:

Fellowships:

Post-grad opportunities:
Yale-China Teaching Fellowship
Fulbright Teaching Fellowships

Teaching at International Schools
Guide to teaching at International schools written by Yale alum Nana Massie
Woodstock School & Kodikanal School (Mira Debs attended Woodstock)
United World Colleges
American Schools in various countries