Do you want to make an impact in missions through education?
We invite you to learn, dream, and pray with us during the coming months as we share specific opportunities for you to serve with TeachBeyond. Every two weeks, we will be highlighting five unique positions at our schools and projects around the world. We also will be sharing links to stories that illustrate the various ways God is working through our members. This week, you can learn how TeachBeyond member Beth (pictured above) has become a key partner in the work of global missions through teaching at Black Forest Academy.
Read More About Beth’s Work
There are many opportunities with TeachBeyond to get involved. Below are five examples of openings to get you started. To see more, go to our Opportunity Board on our website.
High School Language Teacher
¿Hablas español? Parlez-vous français? Black Forest Academy is currently looking for qualified high school language teachers, specifically French and Spanish. Through teaching at BFA you can use your training and background to serve the greater missionary community as well as invest in the next generation of Christian leaders. Come join us at Black Forest Academy!
Second Grade Teacher
El Camino Academy is a PK-12, Christ-centered, bilingual (Spanish/English) school using an American curriculum. It serves a diverse group of business, ministry, and diplomatic families. Position starts July 1, 2017.
Addis Abba, Ethiopia
Calling all creatives! Bingham Academy is looking for teachers who can inspire children to explore and develop their creativity through art across a range of media. We provide airfare assistance, free housing, and utilities.
High School Math Teacher
This position at South Asia School includes teaching math at the high school level with an American curriculum. The courses include Algebra 2 up to Calculus. Must have a Bachelor’s degree.
Professional Development Consultant
Work From Your Location
A new school in Bangui, Central African Republic, needs a part-time consultant for professional development and instructional supervision. Two to three trips a year to Bangui required.