About the Role
About the role
Paul VI College is named after the first Pope to visit Samoa during his trip to Australia and the Pacific in 1970. The only rural Catholic secondary school on the main island of Upolu, Paul VI College offers a Catholic education to local families without the cost of having to travel to and from Apia. While the college retains close ties to the Mercy charism, its governance returned to the Diocese of Samoa in December 2014.
Palms Australia is looking for English, Science and Humanities teachers to assist with the education of secondary school students at Paul VI College in rural Samoa.
To find out more about the role, read the full brief on our website.
About Palms Australia
Palms Australia is a registered Non-Government Organisation that places skilled volunteers in remote communities around the world. We provide sustainable, long-term volunteer programs for volunteers from various disciplines and backgrounds. We prioritise participation in projects in regional and remote communities. This gives the people who need it most the opportunity to gain skills that help them live independently and sustainably.
If you would like to immerse yourself in a new culture, live simply, and engage in mutually enriching and challenging relationships of understanding, acceptance and peace, we want to hear from you! Visit our website or contact Program Coordinator Christine O’Halloran at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 02 9560 5333.
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Please quote in application: Volunteer Secondary School Teachers – Samoa via Pro Bono Australia.