Welcome class of 2015!
The Bhutan Canada Foundation is happy to announce seventeen wonderful new teachers along with five renewals who will all be in Bhutan in January 2015!
That brings a total of 22 teachers who will bring their knowledge and experience to teach their awaiting Bhutanese students skills in Mathematics, Science, English, and other valuable life lessons. This year our teachers will be placed across 9 different Dzongkhags (Districts), Wangdue Phodrang, Mongar, Bumthang, Pemagatshel, Dagana, Punakha, Trashigang, Thimphu, Trashiyangste.
As in previous years we have teachers coming from a variety of nationalities and of various educational and professional backgrounds – all of whom are ready to take on the challenges and amazing opportunities that await them in Bhutan!
Over the next few weeks we will be introducing all of our teachers with their profile. Today we are pleased to introduce Megan Haskin who will be teaching English at Rangjung LSS in Trashigang!
Megan is native born South African who is in love with food, nature, children and her husband! She first traveled to Thailand in 2011 and has been bitten by the travel bug ever since. She has since then traveled to Asia multiple times and just keeps coming back for more. Megan completed her Bachelor of Education and then went on to teach in her own country before deciding to move to Asia. Her hobbies include reading, writing, trail running, yoga and gardening – all of which she hopes to continue in Bhutan. Megan and her husband Dylan are looking forward to moving to Bhutan and cannot wait for their new adventure to begin!
Welcome Megan and Dylan!