The teachers have returned to Paro to debrief their experiences before they leave to go home. Everyone had a great experience. Looking forward to the next Reading Program in Spring 2018!
This blog was written by Joy Vardy – Reading Program 2017 – who coordinated a large shipment of books to Lobesa. I have to share this little anecdote. It illustrates how precious books are in Bhutan. I had donated a
Tashi Delek! Check out Reese Ishmael, a 2014-2015 BCF teacher Slideshow of the highlighted events at Mongar Lower Secondary School! Events like the annual marathon, school Rimdro, sport tournaments, school picnic and more bring the MLSS, (Mongar Lower Secondary School) community together.
Have you ever heard of a Puja? Well, a Puja is an expressions of “honour, worship and devotional attention”. Current BCF Teacher Catherine O’Brien describes her time at the annual Puja with members of her community. Sit tight because she
Current BCF teacher Megan Haskin has a series on her fantastic blog Korbay Delay that profiles teachers now teaching abroad. Her most recent feature was of Reese Ishmael, another BCF teacher in Bhutan. Check out the interview at Teacher Abroad: Reese Ishmael. “My life here is rather
Bhutan’s Institute of Language and Culture Studies, a college of the Royal University of Bhutan, welcomes applications for 2 English instructor positions: one begins in July 2015, and the other in February 2016. An MA is required, but there is
A team of 100 volunteers in Bhutan has set a new world record by planting 49,672 trees in one hour. The BBC reports that Bhutan’s planters gathered in the capital of Thimphu for their feat, which Guinness World Records confirmed. Bravo Bhutan and
Deadline to apply to Teach in Bhutan is only one month away. Please see our website www.teachinbhutan.org or email email@example.com to learn more and apply! PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS: Two-week orientation in the capital city, Thimphu Support from both Toronto office and Bhutan field
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
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