We are making efforts towards the launching of NACOHS in Ghana in September. Currently, IT Teachers are being interviewed to help towards recruitment of students to start Grade 9 in the next school year.
We are also seeking partnership relationship with some public and private high schools as part of the packkage towards the launching. Stay tuned for updates in the course of the weeks ahead.
This is a national educational initiative beginning from the city of Accra and to expand into other parts of the country.
We are recruiting teachers who will also play the role of IT support staff for our online high school registered in Ghana with the RGD and the Ministry of Education. Initial employment contract will be for one year duration after which appointments may be confirmed into full-time positions depending on satisfactory performance and report.
To be considered for the initial one year part-time position, you will need to be:
1. a graduate of a recognised (accredited) university with at least, a bachelor's degree in education or a related academic field (though a master's degree would be preferable).
2. a teacher (with some online teaching experience would be an advantage).
3. knowledgeable about the American high school curriculum (or be willing to enroll in professional classes in the first year of employment).
4. an average computer literate
5. able to support students logging on to the internet and troubleshoot other connectivity-related issues
6. willing to work under assigned leaders and be part of a team towards the same goal
7. willing to work under pressure and with minimal supervision
8. available to be assigned other responsibilities beyond your approved schedule and location.
This process is starting from Accra but would be expanded to other suburbs in the city and regional districts simultaneously. Initial appointments would be on part-time basis after which teachers will be confirmed and promoted into full-time positions.
The President of NAC has initiated a program to recruit volunteer staff from among the students of Boston University where he currently teaches as African Language teacher. This may also include other students from nearby Brandeis and Tufts Universities.
These students will initially be helping to prepare high school students in their junior and senior years so they can pass the SAT/ACT test very well but there would be other volunteer opportunities available elsewhere within NAC for those who want to do something else.
We are pleased to announce ongoing enrollment of high school students (Grades 9-12) who only need the computer and the internet to attend classes. The curriculum is American-based and our fees are not only moderate, but have flexible payment options.
What is more! We are ACCREDITED and so graduates will get admission to several thousands of US universities after graduation. SAT/ACT preparation is part of our curriculum and so we guarantee high scores for our students and possibilities of receiving grants and scholarships from the universities they apply to.
We help with college placement for students who need our help to choose the right course and university, and in some cases look for host families for students who may need them.
FOR STUDENTS IN GHANA- Though online, we have started opening centers in Accra, Kumasi, and the other regional and district capitals so students don't have to travel far for their education. We have several support systems in place in Ghana and the United States for both parents and students who call.
WORKING ADULTS: We also have online bachelors, masters and doctorate degree programs from accredited universities for working adults who may not want to travel abroad.
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