Yuwa, recently featured in Al Jazeera, National Geographic and Bloomberg Businessweek, is a non-profit girls’ school educating the future leaders and change-makers of India. Yuwa is based in a village in the Ranchi district of Jharkhand, where girls are especially at risk of child marriage and human trafficking. Through quality education and the creation of football (soccer) teams, girls develop leadership skills and confidence, gain critical knowledge of health and rights, and escape the threat of child marriage. Here, teamwork is a powerful force to promote health, education and improved livelihoods among the most important agents of change—young women.
Watch Yuwa girls speaking at TEDx here
Almost all of Yuwa’s external representation is done by the girls themselves. Yuwa School students have spoken at international conferences in Canada and Denmark.
Yuwa School is looking for individuals interested in dedicating at least one year to educating students from grades 3 - 10. Responsibilities will include designing creative lesson plans, developing curriculum, participating in regular teacher training workshops, and contributing to a positive and energetic learning environment. Yuwa School’s atmosphere is one of collaboration, respect, and mutual learning. Teachers are expected to hold students to a high academic standard, preparing them for top universities in India and abroad.
The following qualifications and experiences are highly desired: teaching experience, experiencing working with children, strong communication skills, work or study experience in developing countries. We are currently hiring the teaching positions for middle and high school level Science (Chemistry, Biology, Physics), Math, and English. Class size will not exceed 12 students, allowing for personalised lessons and adequate individual attention.
Yuwa School is currently accepting applications for teachers in various subjects; the school year begins June 2017. To apply, send your resume and cover letter to email@example.com. Applicants are strongly encouraged to apply early, as hiring will end as the placements are filled.