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Berkeley students are seeking subletters for the summer. If you’re looking for housing in Berkeley, Oakland, or San Francisco, please contact Jen Hambleton-Holguin at email@example.com. Continue reading →
The United Nations Development Programme’s website has new job postings every day! Check in frequently at http://jobs.undp.org/cj_view_jobs.cfm. Continue reading →
InterAction will be having their fall forum in Washington D.C. from August 10-12, 2011. Click here for more information. Continue reading →
Global Language Solutions (GLS) is in Aliso Viejo, CA.
Many GLS staff are MIIS grads!
This edition features articles on the new Healthcare Tourism industry trend for citizens of one country to travel outside their home country for combined healthcar… Continue reading →
Inter Action is having its annual photo contest. This is a great opportunity for anyone with an amazing photo that was taken while conducting humanitarian and development work in the field!
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TESOL Quarterly seeks abstracts for the 2012 special topic issue on novice professionals in TESOL. For this special issue, novice TESOL teachers, sometimes called newly qualified teachers, are characterized as teachers who have completed their language… Continue reading →
The recent financial and economic crises, as well as volatile food prices, have pushed millions of people into poverty and hunger. Estimates of the number of people suffering from hunger range from about 850 million to 1 billion worldwide. These alarmi… Continue reading →
“Human Rights, Development, & Economic Growth-metrics, New Ways of Thinking and New Strategies”
April 7-8, Elliot School, Washington DCRegister at: http://www.gwu.edu/~iiep/events/humanrights.cfm Continue reading →
TESOL students remember to regularly check Placement E-Bulletin for teaching opportunities! Continue reading →
The Office of the Director of National Intelligence’s (ODNI) National Security Analysis & Intelligence Summer Seminar (NSAISS) is accepting applications through April 3 for a two-week residential summer program in Washington, D.C., July 10-22, 2011… Continue reading →