We can’t believe you funded an entire year of teacher training for an ambitious EIM student with just a few clicks of your mouse and your extraordinary generosity!
Because of you, we'll be able to welcome one of EIM's most promising students in 2014 to learn to be a teacher. That student will spend the year shadowing a more experienced teacher, and he or she will learn how to teach English to the highest international standard. These skills will not only ensure that our trainee teacher will be able to find a well-paid job, but will ensure that there are English classes available so that more students can learn English and find gainful employment.
The impact of your generosity will be felt not only by our trainee teacher, but by all of his or her students for years to come. Thanks so much!
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One last time, thanks so much for choosing to give!
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