Progress Through Education
Mr. Greg Von Spreecken, Director of YIS, will be attending:
All interested candidates should send their letter of application and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
“The people in Myanmar are some of the nicest people I have ever met. Walking down the street you are always greeted with a big smile and people love to help out in whatever way they can.” – Haley K.
“Yangon allows you to be fairly independent even in the first few months. Many people speak basic English and you can easily arrange a taxi driver to take you around.” – Debbie T.
“The Students at YIS are dedicated, joyful, caring, and motivated to learn. The parents are partners in their child’s education and show interest in supporting their child at home.” – Graeme A.
“I love my teaching team, I consider them my friends and some I even consider family! I know if I am having a bad day I can walk next to the room and my co-worker will listen to me and help me look at my problem in a positive light. – Kinsey J .
“A prospective teacher should consider working at YIS because it’s a place where your mark is easily made. Whatever positive changes and efforts you make here can be seen quickly!” – Katherine L.
“The on-boarding team helped to make the transition smooth and enjoyable. They were always available to answer questions or help out.” – Cassie S.
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