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Work in Africa for 9 Mths with your Will and Skill

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Date: Sat, 5 Jan 2002 03:56:28 -0600
From: Kofi@edutek.net
Subject: International Fellows Program

Please pass this on:
Interested in Working in Africa? Positions: The International
for Education and Self-Help (IFESH) invites applications from college
seniors, recent graduates or graduate students who wish to spend nine
months (Sept - May) working as International Fellows in developing
countries in sub-Saharan Africa. The International Fellows Program
created in 1987, provides a diverse group of Fellows an opportunity to
work overseas for organizations such as Africare, UNAIDS, CARE, Save
Children, TechnoServe, and Opportunities Industrialization Centers
International (OICI) on various types of development activities.

Eligibility - Applicants Must: Be a U.S. citizen. Be a college senior,
recent graduate or graduate student; Be in good health; Have excellent
communication skills; and Be willing to endure difficult Third World
living conditions. Typical Assignments: Implementing health (including
HIV/AIDS), education, agriculture and other types of community-based
self-help projects; working on grant development and coordination;
assisting with project administration and monitoring of development
projects; and developing computer technology for rural development.
Benefits: The Fellows Program pays the costs of placement,
international transportation and health insurance and provides a
stipend ($800) and a one-time pre-departure allowance ($600) and
settling-in allowance ($350). Application Procedure: Applications are
by February 28, 2002

Applications and information may be obtained by contacting the
International Fellows Program:
phone (480) 443-1800, fax (480) 443-1824;
e-mail: bjewing@ifesh.org>bjewing@ifesh.org
or writing:
IFESH - International Fellows Program
5040 East Shea Boulevard, Suite 260
Scottsdale, AZ 85254-4687

Please see our website at http://www.ifesh.org/>www.ifesh.org for
further information. IFESH is
an Equal Opportunity Organization.

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