Teacher Positions Available
Afghan-Turk Cag Educational NGO is seeking applications for Teacher positions who can teach in English language of the following conditions:
Position Title: Teacher
Gender: Male / Female
Education: University Degree
Department: Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics and English Language
Location: Afghan-Turk Schools located in Mazar-e Sharif, Sheberghan, Kandahar and Jalalabad
Submission: Please submit your resume to email@example.com
Information on Afghan-Turk Schools:
Afghan-Turk Cag Educational NGO is an independent, apolitical, non-governmental and non-profit organization that has been registered with the Ministry of Economy and has been established pursuant to the provisions of the Non-Governmental Organizations Act, and has been serving in the field of education since 1995 on the basis of Article 46 of the Constitution, the provisions of the Education Act and on the basis of contracts concluded with the Ministry of Education. This NGO has been re-registered on 17/09/1384 (08/12/2005) under registration no. 159 with the Ministry of Economy pursuant to the provision of Article 47 of the Non-Governmental Organizations Act. The organization is non-for-profit institution the accruals of which are being defrayed for the achievement of its goals, viz., education, in accordance with the provisions of Articles 6, 22 and 25 of the Non-Governmental Organizations Act.
Afghan-Turk Cag Educational NGO, so far, has established 11 boys and girls high schools and 3 university preparatory centers in Kabul, Kandahar, Herat, Mazar-e-Sharif, Sheberghan, Jalalabad and Khost offering educational services to around 8000 students, including 2400 female students. 1185 students live in modern dormitories and they are provided with breakfast, lunch and supper.
Schools’ curricula meet the international standards. Science subjects taught in English language allow students to apply smoothly for world’s most renowned universities with full proficiency in English language.
Each year, around 98 percent of the students of Afghan-Turk schools pass national entrance exam and get admitted to prestigious universities of Afghanistan after clearing national entrance exam.
Afghan-Turk Cag Educational NGO has been turned into a national project that renders educational services on equal basis to all Afghans without tribal, religious, or linguistic discrimination and other distinctions.
Equipped with standard curricula and teaching programs, highly qualified teachers, prudent leadership and rich experiences in the field of education, Afghan-Turk schools have opened a new chapter in the educational history of Afghanistan. Afghan-Turk schools’ parents always express their gratitude for their children acquiring high quality education by means of these schools. Afghan-Turk schools students and alumni publicized Afghanistan in the world and made Afghanistan proud by their successes in international science and project Olympiads and have proved the fact that if Afghans are provided the opportunity they may attain great successes in the field of science and technology. It can be said with utmost certainty that the Afghan-Turk schools, in cooperation with and the support of the Ministry of Education have provided such opportunity.
The educational system of Afghan-Turk schools is the product and quintessence of relentless efforts, painstaking experiences and achievements in the field of education throughout the past 23 years, provided to of the Afghan children as a model. Afghan students supplied with the opportunity to level with world standards and compete with them by overcoming the obstacles in local system with English-instructed science classes under International curriculum and hands-on activities with modern facilities. The Afghan-Turk schools try sincerely to explore and educate the hidden talents of the Afghan society in the best possible way so that these cadres may set their country on the path of progress and prosperity in various economic, cultural and social fields. Afghan-Turk schools are one of the best, accessible corridors of hope for the Afghan parents. Nearly all parents want their children to study in these schools.