Last but certainly not least, we are excited to introduce to you to our final new BCF teacher Kirsten Scott! Kirsten is a fellow Canadian and will be teaching English at Bidung LSS in Trashigang. Along with our 16 new teachers this year we have 4 returning teachers Ashley Lenzen, Wendy Max, Scott Harris and Tim Grossman. We can’t wait for everyone to arrive in Bhutan and stay tuned for updates on orientation!
We are pleased to introduce fellow Canadian and new BCF teacher Holly Krasniuk. Holly will be teaching English at Samtengang PS in Wangdue Phodrang.
Holly Krasnuik was raised in Edgewater BC; a rural community nestled in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Here her supportive family exposed her to environmental education, and she developed a true passion and love for nature, adventure and culture. Keen to share these passions, she moved to Victoria B.C where […]
We are pleased to introduce another new BCF teacher joining our class of 2015 Nakita Singh. She will be heading to Khidheykhar MSS in Mongar to teach English!
Nakita’s interests in travel and teaching were cultivated at a young age. Since then she has completed a degree in International Education, studied in Japan and taught in the Netherlands, Tunisia and in her home county, the UK, as well as exploring other cultures around the […]
With less than three weeks to go before our Class of 2015 arrives in Thimphu, we’re excited to introduce another passionate and engaged educator, Alex Rothman, who will be heading to Drujeygang HSS in Dagana to teach English.
Alex Rothman is from Wanganui, a small town in provincial New Zealand. After spending a year in North Yorkshire Alex lived in Wellington, the ‘coolest little […]
Happy New Year! Wishing everyone a happy and healthy year ahead. We are excited about the year 2015, and part of our excitement is due to all of our new and returning teachers. Today we would like to introduce you to new BCF teacher Judy Byrne. Judy will be teaching English at Bartsam PS in Trashigang.
Irish-born, nature-loving, life-long learner, Judy Byrne believes if she’s not living on the edge she’s taking up too much space. […]
Introducing new BCF teacher Catherine O’Brien! Catherine will be teaching English at Dechentsemo MSS in Punakha.
Catherine was born and raised in Michigan before attending Loyola University of Chicago for her undergraduate degree. In the spring of 2014 she attained a B.A. in English, B.S. in Secondary Education, and a minor in ESL. Catherine completed her student teaching in a Chicago Public high school, and has […]
Continuing on with our introductions of the Class of 2015, we are happy to introduce Fraser MacInnes! Fraser will be teaching English at Samey PS in Dagana.
Fraser is a 27 year old teacher and currently resides in the sunny seaside town of Eastbourne in Sussex, England. He has 3 years experience as a Key Stage 1 (lower primary) teacher and prior to […]
We are happy to introduce you to a new adventurous BCF teacher Adam Campbell. Adam will be teaching Science at Pemagatsel MSS in Pemagatshel!
In 2012, Adam accepted a job as an Earth Science and Algebra teacher at an inner-city high school in Detroit, Michigan with the Education Achievement Authority (EAA). Prior to teaching in Detroit, Adam taught in Western Washington where he worked in a […]
Last but certainly not least, we are excited to introduce to you to our final new BCF teacher Jessica Carreon! Jessica will be teaching English at Dechentsemo Middle Secondary School in Punakha.
Jessica is a bi-cultural teacher from Mexico City. She has lived many years in the United States, along with her immediate family. Jessica graduated from the University of Chicago with […]
The BCF class of 2014 is welcoming more Australians than ever before! Five Australian teachers will be joining our six Canadians, 10 Americans, as well as one British, one Singaporean, and one Mexican teacher to make the upcoming Bhutanese school year the most diverse and exciting!
Australian educator, Travis Dewan will be heading to Rangjung LSS in Trashigang.
Travis was born and raised […]
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