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15 entries found
14 Feb 2019 description
job Closing date: 15 Mar 2019 World Learning

World Learning’s International Development Programs has an immediate opening for a Senior Program Officer in the Youth Workforce Development & Entrepreneurship practice area and related programs. World Learning is a global not-for-profit organization with educational and international development operations in more than 75 countries.

28 Jan 2019 description
job Closing date: 31 May 2019 World Learning

World Learning is a leading international non-profit organization advancing education, systems strengthening, and inclusive development through programming around the world. We are seeking an experienced Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (MEL) Manager for the anticipated USAID-funded Georgia New Education Program (NEP).

24 Jan 2019 description
job Closing date: 11 Mar 2019 World Learning

Director, Mongolia Emerging Leaders

18 Jan 2019 description
job Closing date: 30 Apr 2019 World Learning

World Learning is a leading international non-profit organization working to create a more peaceful and just world through education, development, and exchange. We are seeking an experienced Finance and Operations Manager for the anticipated USAID-funded Leadership Activity in Myanmar. The project seeks to provide leadership training centered around scholarships in the U.S. to improve technical skills (including but not limited to economic affairs), promote tolerance of diversity, and advance Burma’s self-reliance.

18 Jan 2019 description
job Closing date: 30 Apr 2019 World Learning

World Learning is a leading international non-profit organization working to create a more peaceful and just world through education, development, and exchange. We are seeking an experienced Scholarship Manager for the anticipated USAID-funded Leadership Activity in Myanmar. The project seeks to provide leadership training centered around scholarships in the U.S. to improve technical skills (including but not limited to economic affairs), promote tolerance of diversity, and advance Burma’s self-reliance.