Monday, June 05, 2006

[Wadabo_updates] Teach English in Mali

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Hello All -
I don't normally post things that are not specifically dance related to this list. However, for those of you dancers and drummers looking for a way to spend an extended period of time in Mali, this may be a great opportunity for you. This is from an American music producer and school administrator now living in Mali. If you are interested in contacting him, please drop a line to and I'll be glad to pass it on to him. His note is below. Thank you.

"Come teach in Bamako Mali !!!! English speaking elementary school is looking for an enthusiastic, certified teacher for the upcoming school year. Non certified people with experience and degree may also apply.  Small classes and lots of time to drum and dance in one of the most culturally interesting places in the world. Your beginning salary would be around $1200 but there is room for growth. We will provide a room in a house with nice garden and swimming pool. I have lived here for four years and I can tell you that the people involved in this project are very nice. Looking for an adventure in West Africa ? Send me your resume. Mali is politically very stable and the people are wonderful."

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