Corban University’s partnership with the Pelita Harapan Education Foundation is making a difference for Jesus Christ in Southeast Asia. Pelita Harapan, meaning light and hope, seeks to provide excellent instruction that will improve quality education in Indonesia while proclaiming the preeminence of Jesus Christ. Sekolah Pelita Harapan (SPH) are international baccalaureate schools seeking expatriate American teachers to teach K-12 students from a distinctively Christian worldview. Corban has over 34 alumni who have taught in the SPH school network.
The Sekolah Pelita Harapan schools train the next generation of leaders for Indonesia from an evangelical, Reformed theological perspective through the International Baccalaureate and Cambridge curriculum at kindergarten, primary, junior high, and senior high levels. Attracting students from the elite ranks of society, SPH schools shape the next generation of leaders in Indonesian business and politics. The majority of graduates attend overseas universities with some attending Universitas Pelita Harapan or other local universities.
The SPH schools offer teachers:
- Opportunities for ongoing teacher development
- Modest furnished housing at no cost
- Allowances for living, utilities (water and electricity), “settling in” and superannuation
- A repatriation allowance
- Medical insurance
SPH schools are looking for teachers who:
- Have an active and demonstrable Christian faith
- Are well qualified and enthusiastic
- Have five years’ teaching experience
- Have a clear understanding of the biblical Christian worldview
- Have a commitment to develop and practice education from a biblical Christian foundation
2500 Bulevar Palem Raya
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