Teachers needed for NZ exchange

ROTARY clubs in Luton and Dunstable are looking for young professionals for an exchange trip to New Zealand next year.

By The Newsroom
Thursday, 14th June 2012, 3:00 pm

The team of four 25 to 35 year olds from the education profession will be led by a Rotarian team leader on the Group Study Exchange visit to Auckland from April 5 to May 6 next year.

Candidates should have been in their occupation for at least two years, need to be a UK citizen, able to travel for four weeks with their employer’s consent and reside within the Rotary district 1260 area – which covers most of Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire.

This year a team of professionals who work in journalism and PR, including H&P reporter Steve Nolan, visited Sydney, Australia, as part of the GSE scheme.

Steve said: “The GSE really is a once in a lifetime opportunity to learn more about your wider vocation and get a real taste of another culture. Anyone who qualifies for next year’s trip should grab the opportunity with both hands.”

It is expected that interviews for team member applicants will take place in early September.

For more information contact Neil Beeton on 01908 617735 or email [email protected]