We are looking for volunteer staff to teach Japanese culture

Jobs & Volunteering

The Niseko-Togo Private School, located in West Africa, is looking for volunteer staff to teach Japanese culture. To learn Manaouba Gounten education system in Japan is a founder of the school, Niseko Town visited, education facilities and town planning, impressed with a child-friendly environment, Niseko Town Chinami in the name of "Niseko = Togo" to school I attached it. We also hope that mutual exchange and friendship between Japan and Togo will deepen.

Regarding activities, we will introduce Japanese picture books, crafts, play, etc. to children aged 4 to 15 and teach them about Japanese culture and society.

Date: Undecided, consider the wishes of the applicant
Period: About 4 weeks * If possible, please continue to participate in the next school year
Place: Niseko-Togo School Togo, Adeticope (28 km from Lome, the capital of Togo)
Accommodation: Hotel (own expense)

Details of activities
・ Teaching Japanese culture
・ Japanese characters (Hiragana, Katakana, Kanji)
・ Japanese art and crafts (origami, flower arrangement, etc.)
・ About Japanese society

Application conditions
・ Japanese (or those who grew up in Japan)
・ Those who have lived in Niseko Town for a long time
・ Those who can speak French (beginner) * Intermediate and above are welcome
・ Those who can actively teach in an international environment

Activities will COVID-19 but if you are interested, please contact us directly using the contact information below.

Niseko-Togo Private School Founder Manouaba Gounten
Telephone: +22870351313
Residence: Niseko-Togo 19 BP 410 Lome TOGO

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