The Tourism Council of Bhutan is dedicating a Photo Campaign to the 4th King His Majesty Jigme Singye Wangchuck for giving the Kingdom of Bhutan the opportunity to pursue their own path to happiness. The Bhutan Photo Campaign is a creative and fun way to allow everyone to define happiness through photographs. Anyone can submit photos taken both inside and outside of Bhutan.
To take part:
You must register with a valid email address
The photograph size should not exceed 8 MB and should be at least 800X500 pixel
Tagline should not have more than 40 characters
The photograph must be free from any text or watermark. The photograph should not include the email address, website address or name of any individual(s)
In the spirit of Asha or “hope,” the Asian Institute at the University of Toronto invites you to a breakfast fundraiser to aid victims of the earthquake in Nepal. Click here to learn more about the event. We hope to see you there!
May 13, 8:00 – 10:30 AM (drop in) Munk School of Global Affairs 315 Bloor Street West
Travel a world away. Make a world of difference. Teach in Bhutan.
We are specifically looking for Elementary and Secondary Math, Science and English teachers as well as Special Education specialists to fill positions in public schools in rural Bhutan. No other language needed, as English is the language of instruction in Bhutan. Applicants must have a BEd, equivalent teaching certification, or proof of at least three years relevant teaching experience.
These year-long contracts are renewable up to five years and run from January to December. We are currently recruiting for the 2016 school year. Teachers receive a local salary and accommodation is secured prior to arrival. Please see our website www.teachinbhutan.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
This is an incredible opportunity to live and work in one of the most remote and untouched nations in the world as Bhutan moves towards an exciting and innovative transformation to a more interactive, thoughtful and participatory system of education.