SALT/YAMEN: Youth Worker & Teacher – YES IC
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
The SALT/YAMENer will serve with Youth Equipped with Skill of Internship Center (YES IC), a capacity-building program focusing on providing educational and recreational opportunities for youth from the surrounding neighborhoods.
SALT/YAMEN:Agribusiness Entrepreneur for Adults with Disabilities
The SALT/YAMENer will assist young adults with disabilities to develop a business plan and carry out small agribusiness projects.
SALT/YAMEN:Communications & Fundraising Assistant –Mother’s Heart
Phnom Penh, Cambodia (With possible travel to Battambang province)
The SALT/YAMENer will serve alongside the Communications and Fundraising Officer of Mother’s Heart (MHO), assisting with their fundraising strategy and helping to ensure financial targets are met. MHO provides counselling and support to single mothers and their children.
SALT/YAMEN:English Teacher & Youth Engagement Worker–Savan Centre
Savannakhet, Lao PDR
The SALT/YAMENer will serve with Savan Centre/Fida Laos in Savannakhet to help carry out social activities with staff and youth, and work closely with the Savan Centre team.
SALT/YAMEN:Marketing & Publicity Coordinator –Theological College
The SALT/YAMENer will assist the Theological College of Zimbabwe in communications and marketing the college both overseas and locally.
SALT: Administrative Assistant – Hope School
Beit Jala, Israel and Palestine
The SALT/YAMENer will assist Hope School, a unique educational institution that promotes values of love, peace, tolerance, human dignity, and justice. The participant will assist with administrative and donor-relations tasks.
SALT: Communication & Donor Relations Assistant – Episcopal
The SALTer will support the work of the Episcopal Diocese of Egypt and its ministries by helping with effective English language communication with funding partners. SALT program information and policies can be found at mcc.org/salt
SALT: Communications Assistant – Collateral Repair Project
The SALTer will work in social media and communications at Collateral Repair Project (CRP).
SALT: Emergency Response Assistant – MCC Lebanon/Syria
The SALTer will provide support to the humanitarian aid and peacebuilding projects that MCC is undertaking as a result of the current crisis in Syria. Based in Beirut, the participant will assist the MCC Representatives with program planning, reporting, and development of communications pieces f
SALT: English Teacher & Intentional Community Participant
Dandelion Community, Won-ji, Republic of Korea (South)
The SALTer will live together and engage in community life with the Dandelion Community, which seeks to serve the rural poor in Korea and in other Asian countries. They also strive to live simple lives, practicing voluntary poverty.
SALT: English Teacher – Coptic Orthodox Seminary
The SALTer will serve at the Orthodox Seminary teaching conversational English and reading and writing for beginner level students as well as some teaching of English in an after-school program for children and youth.
SALT: Grant Writer – Collateral Repair Project
The SALTer will serve at Collateral Repair Project (CRP) as a grant-writing specialist. S/he will identify and prepare proposals and grant applications for potential funding to support CRP’s Community Center and Emergency Assistance Program.
SALT: Peacebuilding & Disaster Response Assistant – FDCD
The SALTer will be seconded to the Forum for Development, Culture and Dialogue (FDCD), providing administrative and technical assistance to their humanitarian relief and peacebuilding programs targeting displaced persons and community members in both Syria and Lebanon.
SALT: Photojournalist & Grant Writer –Catholic Center for Studies
The SALTer will serve with The Catholic Center for Studies and Media (CCSM) to capture local news in photos, write and edit articles in English, and identify and prepare proposals, and grant applications for potential funding to support CCSM’s community center and outreach programs.
SALT: Refugee Activities Coordinator – Jesuit Refugee Services
To challenge refugee graduates of Jesuit Refugee Services (JRS) English program, the SALTer will initiate and lead book clubs, social events, and informal dialogue sessions.