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Call on hiring Mandarin teachers from China: Jan. 10

January 7, 2013

From: American Councils for International Education <>
Date: Mon, Jan 7, 2013 at 8:08 AM
Subject: State Dept. Grant Opportunities for Schools

My name is Stephanie Heard and I work for American Councils for International Education in Washington, DC. We implement a program to help U.S. K-12 schools start or build their Arabic or Mandarin foreign language programs. This program, called the Teachers of Critical Languages Program (TCLP), is fully funded by the U.S. Department of State and provides your school with a native language speaker from Egypt or China to teach Arabic or Mandarin for one year.

I’m inviting you to join me for a live, online webinar this week so that you can learn more about TCLP and find out from program alumni what the benefits were to hosting an Arabic or Mandarin teacher at their school. Just mark your calendar and click on the links below to join the class!

For Hosting an Arabic Teacher, join me on Tuesday, January 8 at 4pm EST

For Hosting a Chinese Teacher, join me on Thursday, January 10 at 4pm EST

I would appreciate your assistance distributing these links to anyone who you think is interested, and I am happy to answer any questions you have about TCLP or the online webinars. My contact information can be found at the bottom of this email, or please visit our website at

Thank you in advance for your collaboration, and I hope to “see” you this week in a webinar.

Best wishes,

Stephanie Heard
Senior Progam Officer, Teacher Programs
American Councils for International Education
1828 L Street, NW, Suite 1200
Washington, DC 20036
Tel: 202.833.7522
Fax: 202.833.7523

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