KDSL Global Teacher Fellowship
KDSL Global, based in the United Arab Emirates and in the United States, is looking to provide fellowships for educators each year. We are a leading learning organization focused on empowering educators and education businesses globally. The fellowship responsibilities will include:
- Writing. KDSL Global is devoted to sharing and collaborating with K-12 education stakeholders worldwide. A KDSL Global fellow would have the opportunity to contribute to these various sources and introduce new education topics based on their interest.
- Leadership. There are many opportunities to learn and expand leadership skills within the organization. KDSL Global organizes conferences and forums focused on the American curriculum in the MENA region. A fellow would collaborate with the team to develop innovative programs and materials and contribute to professional learning opportunities in MENA, USA, and beyond.
- Launch. We will work with fellows to launch a new education idea. This could be a product or service specific to their context or created for the global education community.
KDSL Global seeks two resourceful, intelligent, detail-oriented, hard-working individuals who are capable of excelling in an intellectually stimulating work environment. One fellow will be based in the USA and one fellow will be based in the MENA region. Research experience is desired, strong writing skills a must, and Internet experience greatly welcome. The time commitment is 3-5 hours virtually a week for this one year volunteer fellowship. Please browse the KDSL Global website at www.kdslglobal.com and www.kdslglobalwordpress.com for more information about the organization.
To learn more about our current fellow who will launch a new website soon please visit https://kdslglobal.wordpress.com/2016/11/23/kdsl-global-teacher-fellow-c-monique-childress/.
Individuals interested in a KDSL Global Teacher Fellowship should send a CV and a writing sample about an idea they have that will disrupt the education field to Kevin Simpson at firstname.lastname@example.org by 30 June. Select candidates will be interviewed. This fellowship begins on 1 September.