With the expansion of our summer offerings in professional development and collaborative student programming, GEBG is looking for experienced global educators to be part of our leadership team for short, immersive summer learning experiences. ​Faculty will support and collaborate with the program partners who will be the primary leaders and manage all program logistics and operations. ​These positions are great leadership opportunities.

For all faculty and student program leader positions:
Compensation will be in the form of a one-time stipend as faculty and program leaders will be short-term hires. Stipends will range from $500-$1,200 depending on experience and length of program. Travel expenses will be covered to and from program location, as well as expenses during the program. GEBG ​is committed to a policy of non-discrimination for these opportunities and we welcome qualified applicants without regard to race, color, gender, age, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, or gender identity. Some of the opportunities require the ability to engage in significant physical activity.

Summer Symposium Faculty:
Faculty for our summer symposia facilitate professional development and practical learning that will allow educator participants to directly apply the experience in their schools. They work in partnership with the program leaders of any partner organizations and GEBG.
Responsibilities include:

  • Participate in planning sessions as needed
  • Facilitate communication on behalf of GEBG before, during and after program
  • Serve as a professional representative of GEBG in work with partners and members
  • Facilitate or co-facilitate learning and discussion sessions during program
  • Serve as the GEBG point person for the cohort of participants before, during and after the program to build a sense of community and collaboration

Program Dates: ​June 17-21, 2019
Partner:​ ​World Leadership School and Border Servant Corps
Desired Experience:

  • Fluent in Spanish
  • Taught Spanish language, global studies, and/or social studies as related to border issues
  • Facilitated colleagues in professional development (of any kind)
  • Leadership of experiential programs in complex, cross-cultural settings

Program Dates: ​July 13-21, 2019
Partner: Walk Japan
Desired Experience:

  • Lived, worked, and/or led programs in Japan
  • Professional work with student wellness initiatives and/or mindfulness in schools
  • Coursework or other evidence of understanding of traditional Japanese approaches to mind, body, spirit perhaps through study of philosophy, religion, literature, or the arts
  • Facilitated colleagues in professional development (of any kind)
  • Leadership of experiential programs in complex, cross-cultural settings

Dates: June 19-21, 2019
Host School: Head Royce School
Desired Experience:

  • Familiarity with global competency research and frameworks
  • Curriculum leadership and development in elementary schools
  • Facilitated colleagues in professional development related to curriculum

In partnership with Envoys, who will handle all logistics and program management, the GEBG Program Leader will facilitate the collaboration between GEBG, Envoys and the participating schools. The Program Leader will help to organize pre-departure online learning and virtual orientations, and will continue to be the person that connects and communicates on behalf of GEBG with participating schools.
Dates: June 8th -17th (two openings as there are two programs running)
Partner: Envoys
Desired Experience:

  • Experience with the unique country of Morocco
  • Arabic and/or French language skills
  • Ability to help students and faculty gain a more in-depth and nuanced understanding of Islam in the Moroccan context
  • Familiarity with and/or experience with teaching the UN Sustainable development goals or international development topics
  • Leadership of experiential programs for students in complex, cross-cultural settings


Send a letter of interest explaining which program you are interested in helping to lead and how your experience connects with the program needs. Please include a current copy of your resume. Please send materials to GEBG Executive Director, Clare Sisisky at csisisky@gebg.org.