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Reasons to Teach in Bhutan!

BCF Intern 03-02-2016

Looking for another reason to Teach in Bhutan? We are loving this article by Intrepid Travel about reasons why Bhutan might be the most liveable country in the world! If you are interested in experiencing Bhutan, apply to Teach in Bhutan by March 31st!
Colourful festival in Bhutan
What is your favourite part of living in Bhutan? Let us know below!

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Deadline to apply to Teach in Bhutan is only one month away. Please see our website www.teachinbhutan.org or email teach@bhutancanada.org to learn more and apply!
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PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS:

Two-week orientation in the capital city, Thimphu
Support from both Toronto office and Bhutan field office
Mid-year retreat
Paid position, with an English curriculum
Local Bhutanese salary (more than enough to comfortably live in Bhutan)
Fascinating and unique culture that is extremely welcoming to […]

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Toronto born BCF teacher Warren Tanner talks more in depth about his School Development Project, Gongthung Greenhouse in a post from Green Metropolis, an online community that empowers the people and city of Toronto to live greener.
Photo Credit: Warren Tanner - Construction of Gongthung GreenhousePhoto Credit: Warren Tanner – Construction of Gongthung Greenhouse
With our newly constructed greenhouse, Gongthung Middle Secondary School will be able to participate for the first […]

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Earlier this year we posted an update on a BCF teacher Warren Tanner’s school development project. Warren developed a plan to construct Gongthung Middle Secondary School and the greater community a Greenhouse to provide fresh vegetables year-round. In collaboration with the EuroCan Foundation and private backers, Warren and friends were able to construct a beautiful greenhouse that along with providing local veggies, will serve as an interactive classroom in which alternative cultivation and harvest methods can be taught!
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TEACH IN BUTAN WEBINAR JULY 17TH!

BCF Intern 07-02-2014

Have you always had an interest in living and teaching in Bhutan – a country with an enriching culture, welcoming people, a transformative education system, and Gross National Happiness? Join us in learning how you can be a part of the Bhutanese education system for the 2015 school year!

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BCF will be hosting an online webinar on Thursday, July 17, 2014  at 6:00 PM – 7:00 […]

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Are you interested in a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that will…

Give you full-time paid international teaching experience?
Expand your career horizons as you teach a fully immersive national curriculum, taught in English?
Allow you to explore a new and unique culture, in one of the most remote and untouched nations in the world?
Make a true difference in the lives of rural Bhutanese students and the communities in which they live?

Then apply today to Teach in Bhutan!

Land of the Thunder […]

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We are excited to share with you some of the amazing school development projects our teachers have been working on within their schools! For 2014, the School Development Program is funded by the EuroCan Foundation, which focuses on conservation issues, particularly as they relate to renewable energies, climate change and sustainability.
Water Tap KevinPhoto Credit: Kevin Kilkuskie
Kevin Kilkuskie’s waste management project at the Bidung Lower Secondary School, “Clean […]

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Check out BCF’s New Booklet!

Bhutan Canada 04-16-2013

Our new organizational booklet is now available. Thanks to Jan Perrier for the beautiful design and Cameron Brown, Jeff Belinger, Raewyn Robbins and Aurelia Darveau – Smith for the incredible pictures!

The Bhutan Canada Foundation Organizational Booklet by Bhutan Canada
 

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