Here’s a post-graduation adventure idea …

29 Jan

Received this request for applications from the Ameson Educational and Cultural Exchange Organization. They’re looking for English-speakers to teach in China. If interested, contact Jenna Tamimoto (contact info is given below). I can also send you a flyer with more info & will post some around the department. –JLC


My name is Jenna Tanimoto, and I’m a Regional Project Coordinator for the Ameson Education and Cultural Exchange Foundation.  We are a non-profit organization looking to provide recent graduates with a job opportunity to teach English in China for one year through our Ameson Year in China (AYC) program <>.  Participants will receive a monthly stipend, free housing, reimbursed airfare, free health insurance, and more.  The only qualification requirements are to be a native English speaker and have attended an accredited US college/university.

We would like to extend our program to graduating students at Loyola University Maryland.  If you know anyone who would be interested, please consider emailing the attached AYC Program Brochure and Job Listing to students who will have graduated by the end of this academic school year.  Feel free to also post the brochure up around your department.  This is a great opportunity for recent graduates to work abroad, learn a new culture, and enhance their resumes.  Let me know if you have any further questions!

Jenna Tanimoto
Regional Project Coordinator – Ameson
Suite 500, 1300 Pennsylvania Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20004
202-312-1535 (direct line)
202-618-6033 (main line)
202-312-1531 (fax)
Ameson Foundation |
Ameson Year in China |

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