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Academic SubjectTeachers @ Wasatch Academy (China)

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Academic SubjectTeachers @ Wasatch Academy (China)

Wasatch Academy offers an academic program wherein students who are enrolled in a Dual Diploma Program at Wasatch Academy’s partner schools in the People’s Republic of China are eligible to receive credits for specified academic courses taught by Wasatch Academy teachers. After successful completion of the set credit requirements, students enrolled in the Dual Diploma Program will obtain an American high school graduation diploma from Wasatch Academy and a Chinese graduation diploma from Wasatch Academy.

Wasatch Academy is searching for academic subject teachers to reside and teach in our Dual Diploma Program located at Wasatch Academy’s China centers for the 2014–15 school year.  Read More…

Career and Internship Positions

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Career and Internship Positions

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Academic SubjectTeachers @ Wasatch Academy (China)

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Academic SubjectTeachers @ Wasatch Academy (China)

Wasatch Academy is offering an academic program wherein students who are enrolled in a Dual Diploma Program at Wasatch Academy’s partner schools in the People’s Republic of China are eligible to receive credits for specified academic courses taught by Wasatch Academy teachers. After successful completion of the set credit requirements, students enrolled in the Dual Diploma Program will obtain an American high school graduation diploma from Wasatch Academy and a Chinese graduation diploma from Wasatch Academy.

Wasatch Academy is searching for academic subject teachers to reside and teach in our Dual Diploma Program located at Wasatch Academy’s China centers for the 2014–15 school year. Read More…

FSSO Presents

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FSSO Presents

Get an inside perspective and learn how to make it in Washington with careers in diplomacy and development.

Ian M. Houston will discuss “Representing the U.S. Foreign Service and International NGOs: Practical Knowledge and Career Management” on  Thursday, 20 March, 3:00–4:30 p.m., in 238 HRCB.

Houston is the executive director of the American Foreign Service Association (AFSA) and represents the views of the men and women of the U.S. Foreign Service as the senior operational director at AFSA. At AFSA, Houston has been a strong advocate for several Foreign Service professional issues, growing the size of the diplomatic corps, and in managing overall operations including financial, and reporting to an elected governing board. Read More…

Kennedy Center Lecture

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Kennedy Center Lecture

Dodge Billingsley will discuss “South Korean Armed Forces Engage a Shifting Defense Paradigm” on  Wednesday, 26 February at noon in 238 HRCB.

Billingsley, a fellow at the David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies at BYU, is also the director of Combat Films and Research and a senior faculty member at the Naval Post Graduate School’s Center for Civil Military Relations.

He has been a long-time observer of many wars and contested regions and has spent considerable time with U.S. and foreign militaries worldwide, including Chechen insurgent forces, Turkish Special Forces, and Republic of Korea Marines. He embedded with the U.S. Marines for the invasion of Iraq in 2003 and embedded again with the U.S. Army’s 4-6 Infantry for the closure of Al Asad Air Base and the withdrawal of U.S. forces from Al Anbar Province, western Iraq in December 2011. Read More…