Maryknoll Affiliates

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The Maryknoll Affiliates are connected to a wider movement that is popularly called “Maryknoll.” Maryknoll is comprised of three distinct entities: the Maryknoll  Fathers and Brothers (officially known as the Catholic Foreign Mission Society of America), the Maryknoll Sisters of St. Dominic and the Maryknoll Lay Missioners... 

Mission Statement

Maryknoll Affiliates, while continuing to pursue their own life's journey, commit themselves to the mission goals of Maryknoll in the context of Chapters that gather for prayer, reflection and action. Maryknoll Affiliates challenge one another to witness to mission as a way of life by going beyond borders, locally and globally, walking with the poor and excluded, and striving for peace and justice for all of God's creation.

Four Pillars of the Maryknoll Affiliates

Four Pillars of the Maryknoll Affiliates

Maryknoll Affiliates, as inividuals and in their "Mission Communities" try to live out the Four Pillars of the Maryknoll Affiliates: Spirituality, Global Vision, Community and Action.

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Teachers for Haiti

University of the Nouvelle Grand'Anse Logoe is looking for teachers to volunteer at this small university (120 students) in Jeremie, Haiti.

Length of stay can be anywhere between a couple of weeks to several months. The university follows the college and university schedule in the US. For this coming school year (2011-21),  classes begin September 5 and December 16. The Spring semester schedule is from January 16 to April 27. English and computer classes may fall outside of these times.

Housing and meals are provided. Visiting lecturers stay in a guest house with private or semi-private rooms. Transportation back and forth to the University from the guest house is also provided.

The University is looking for English teachers and computer teachers with competency in these areas.

The University is also looking for Professors in agronomy and business. For agronomy and business classes we require a minimum of a Master's degree.

Courses are taught in 3 week segments, that means they would like to see a 3 week commitment. The course level should be equal to a college or university level course in the US.

It is not necessary to know French or Creole, but it can be helpful.

If interested contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  .