Teaching at the Mostar Summer Youth Programme

Teaching staff applications have now closed for the 2017 programme, but you can register your interest in teaching next year right now by submitting the Teacher Interest Form below. This will ensure that you receive emails about teaching oppportunities with the 2018 summer programme.

Teacher Interest Form

 
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More information about teaching at MSYP

MSYP is a unique and locally recognised free educational summer program for school students from in and around Mostar. Each year we recruit inspiring individuals interested in teaching students aged 14-19.

To teach, you should be aged 20+, have experience working with young people and be comfortable working in English. We accept applications from anywhere in the world.

 

What to Expect

  • 3 weeks teaching bright and enthusiastic students
  • Freedom to design and facilitate your own course
  • Involvement in day-to-day operations
  • Work experience in a dynamic international team

 

“Working at MSYP was a phenomenal experience. I hope to be of help in the future as well. I gained valuable experience, made lots of friends and became better acquainted with Mostar. Thank you for making this happen for all of us!”
— Teacher Feedback, 2015

WHAT OUR TEACHERS SAY

“For our students, this was a fantastic and unique chance to learn a lot and have fun at the same time.”

“The students also had a chance to see good sides of volunteering and community service.”

“This was a valuable experience working with people from different backgrounds. It was great working with youth in another social context. It has reinforced my ambition to work in post-conflict societies and focus on supporting youth to develop their potential”

“Working at MSYP was a phenomenal experience. I hope to be of help in the future as well. I gained valuable experience, made lots of friends and became better acquainted with Mostar. Thank you for making this happen for all of us!”

“The history of this beautiful but still divided city, all our classes and evening events… made me realize what is really important in life.”