Sunday, January 23, 2011

CEI Fellowship: Opportunity to Experience Living in China

Deadline February 10th!

(The following information is from China Education Initiative or CEI, a non-profit organization)

Interested in international relations? An opportunity to experience living in China? Do you have outstanding leadership skills and wonder how you can further contribute to the cross-cultural communication between China and the US?

China Education Initiative (CEI) is a government recognized non-profit organization that enlists the most promising future leaders in the effort to address educational inequality in China. Without adequate resources, less than 5% of students from rural areas of China continue to higher education beyond middle school. CEI recruits, trains, and supports outstanding graduates from top-tier universities in China and the United States to work side-by-side as full-time teachers in China’s most under-resourced schools. Beyond their two-year teaching commitments, China Education Initiative alumni are provided with opportunities and support to further their professional careers in both China and the U.S. As the first and only organization to partner recent college graduates from China and the United States in a long-term service initiative, CEI provides a unique experience to develop skills as future leaders who want to strengthen the Sino-US relations and build bilateral solutions to global problems.

To learn more about CEI and to apply to our Fellowship program, please visit our website at or contact our campus ambassador at GWU:

Our Spring round 1 deadline is February 10th and Round 2 final deadline is March 10th!

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