EFL Teaching volunteer

JHK is looking for EFL teachers interested in volunteering to teach internally displaced people in Kurdistan region, Iraq. Students are aged 12-25, members of the Yezidi minority unable to return to their homes since being displaced by ISIS in 2014. 

Opportunities year-round
Minimum stay: 3 weeks
Unpaid. We provide accommodation but volunteers pay own travel costs. 

Required: at least two years professional teaching experience and references; positive attitude; willingness to work in challenging environment; 
Highly desirable: experience working with refugees and vulnerable young people; teaching certificate; 

For more info about this opportunity email volunteer.jhk@gmail.com with CV, cover letter and details of availability.

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Film-maker Matthew Hall and veterans Richard Campos and Stan Rapada are longstanding friends and supporters of JHK. Along with JHK-US and JHK-Sweden they are touring with The Longest Road, their feature-length documentary about the plight of minorities in Iraq and efforts to help them. A new “International Cut” version, which was personally supervised by award-winning filmmaker and renowned film editor Anne Goursaud, premiered at the San Antonio Film Festival 2018. In 2018 alone screenings have been held from Nashville, Tennessee to Rome, Italy.

If you are interested in holding a screening in your home town contact jointhelpkurdistan@gmail.com