U.S. Embassy Sources Yoruba, Hausa Teachers For American Students

U.S. Embassy Sources Yoruba, Hausa Teachers For American Students

By Abiola Olawale

The United States (U.S.) embassy in Nigeria, has announced it is currently sourcing for Yoruba, Hausa teachers, in the Foreign Language Teaching Assistant (FLTA) programme.

The Public Affairs Section of the U.S. embassy made this announcement on their official website Tuesday.

The U.S. consulate announced that application for young foreign teachers are needed in the FLTA program.

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The New Diplomat understands that the FLTA program is designed to give young foreign teachers opportunity to teach their indigenous language and culture to American students.

While announcing the vacancies, the US Consulate called for all qualified citizens of Nigeria to apply to teach Yoruba, Hausa languages and culture in American universities and colleges.

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That application started on February 1 and will close on June 1.

The statement reads, “The Public Affairs Section of the US Mission Nigeria invites applications from qualified Nigerians wishing to teach Hausa or Yoruba Languages and Cultures to American students in US universities and colleges.”

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