Wycliffe Needs Teachers!
...teachers ready to experience the joys and challenges of teaching in places where going to the market can be a social studies lesson and a trip home can take days.
...teachers willing to leap into God-sized tasks and let the God of the impossible use them to accomplish His goals.
...teachers committed to living in a community of accountability and grace, serving as a role model and nurturing God's children in every aspect of life.
Wycliffe places teachers in dozens of schools around the world—schools ranging in size from 20 to 700 students.
Check out the new Global Service Program for teachers. The GSP is a new opportunity for individuals to serve for 6 months to 2 years without going through the traditional application process. This program is ideal for individuals who are considering long-term service in missions, but are not ready to make the commitment.
Wycliffe Needs Dorm Parents and Youth Workers!
"If anyone does not provide for his relatives, and especially for his immediate family, he has denied the faith and is worse than an unbeliever." —1 Timothy 5:8 (NIV)
We are intentional about helping parents raise their children in the love of the Lord. Dorm parents and youth workers become an integral part of this design. They change lives forever.
To Sum It Up...
We are about taking care of the whole family. We recognize the critical need to care for children of missionaries and nationals. Teachers, children's home parents, and youth workers play an absolutely essential role on the Bible translation team—one that is critical to Wycliffe and its partners around the world. You may be just the person God has chosen to fill a specific need. Whether you serve for one year or two years, as your first career or your second career, your participation in the work of Bible translation will have eternal value.
Join the team. Teach abroad. Make a difference.
Children's Education Mission Statement
The mission of the Children's Education Department (CHED) is to glorify God through ministry to missionaries and their children by providing educational services and by seeking to strengthen families so they can continue as effective members of the Bible translation movement.
Global Service Program
Frequently Asked Questions
International Children's Education — with links, articles and teacher forums
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