Earn, learn and teach. Are you interested in combining your teaching skills with your passion and interest in helping underprivileged students? Are you interested in living on a rural and peaceful community surrounded by beautiful landscape with waterfalls? Are you interested in teaching in an environment where you have time and space to use your creativity and unique skills to equip young adults to become future leaders of their country? If so, then The Leadership Center could be the place for you. The Leadership Center is currently looking to fill teaching positions in all subjects beginning in mid-July of 2014. In addition to a small monthly stipend, room, board, basic medicines, soap, shampoo, and other miscellaneous items are provided to all teachers. The Leadership Center is a residential campus, and all teachers live on campus as well. The campus is located on an organic farm and is bordered by a mountain stream. Within an hour hike, you can arrive at a variety of waterfalls and enjoy peaceful relaxation. In one of the safest places in Honduras, The Leadership Center is an ideal place for teachers who want to know they are contributing to the education of impoverished students while at the same time having a life enriching experience. The Leadership Center, located in rural Honduras only two hours outside the capitol city of Tegucigalpa, exists to educate, develop, and train the next generation of ethical Honduran leaders. Operated through a partnership between Leadership Mission International ( http://leadershipmissioninternational.org ) and Art For Humanity ( www.artforhumanity.org ), The Leadership Center began with its first cohort of students in February of 2011. All students come from poor families who could not afford a post high school education otherwise, and thus are given full scholarships for three years of study. Currently, there are approximately 30 students studying on campus. Student teacher ratio is normally about 8 to 1. The Leadership Center offers a three-year program in Business Entrepreneurship to all students who attend. The first year is focused on English acquisition ??? primarily speaking, reading, and comprehension. The second year is focused on Liberal Arts and Leadership, and offers courses in math, science, history, communication, and more. The third and final year pushes students to engage in a year of business and entrepreneurship with a focus in helping students acquire the necessary skills and knowledge to launch their own small business upon graduation. It is through small business development that The Leadership Center envisions its graduates to make a significant impact throughout Honduras in the future. For more information, please see the websites listed above for Leadership Mission International and Art For Humanity. If after reading the FAQs and additional information at each site, you are interested in applying, please send a one-page cover letter and updated resume to Joseph Rahm at [EMAIL VISIBLE TO REGISTERED USERS].