Teacher Exchange Blog: http://j1visateachexc.blogspot.com/
The Cordell Hull Foundation for International Education is authorized by the U.S. Department of State to sponsor J-1 teaching visa for K-12 exchange teacher programs.
(1) meet j1 visa qualification for K-12 schools in their country of nationality or last legal residence,
(2) at least two years’ full-time teaching experience,
(3) satisfy the standards of the US state where they teach,
(4) English language fluency,
(5) good reputation and character,
(6) teach full-time in the US a minimum 32 hours per week,
(7) have worked as a teacher the year prior to application
(8) teach at same level-Kinder, primary, middle or secondary
Applications from individual j1 teacher will be accepted and kept in our database. CHF is not a personnel agency and does not represent nor seek positions for individual foreign teachers. See CHF j1 teacher Application below which includes a Memo of Understanding to sign, scan and email to CHF. The English version of the form may be completed in either English or French. For best results, the Spanish version of the application should be completed in English.
Pictured below: All-Saints-Day Display Tribute to deLesseps S. “Toni” Morrison, previous Executive Director of the Cordell Hull Foundation for 22 years.
To qualify for J-1 Exchange Visitor status, teachers must hold valid teaching certificates or university degrees from their home countries, have at least three years of teaching experience or the equivalent, and meet other requirements.
See What are the basic requirements for teacher acceptance into the CHF Exchange Visitor Program? on the FAQ webpage. Teachers are contracted by the school, school district or state education system on a temporary basis for a period of one year, extendable to three years. Participants are expected to return to their native countries to exercise skills and knowledge acquired in the United States, thus strengthening the ties and communications which unite us with other nations of the world.
Pictured with her students is Julieta Montiel, a Panamanian teacher who obtained her Masters degree using a Cordell Hull Foundation tuition waiver in Louisiana negotiated by former Executive Director deLesseps “Toni” Morrison. Other initiatives include a funding campaign to produce a one-hour Documentary film on the life of Cordell Hull during his years of planning the United Nations, and a pilot teacher technology-training programs for CHF exchange teachers. Funding is being sought for thed.s. Toni Morrison Summer Studies Program in Antigua, Guatemala to support short-term intensive study trips for teachers or businesspeople to become fluent in Spanish. Students have the opportunity of living with a Guatemalan family while enjoying expert one-on-one instruction from native-speaking specialists at the Escuela San Jose el Viejo. See International Programs.New York City Walking Tours
Webpage written by CHF Trustees and edited by Joseph Scott, Communications Director.
|Click here to go to CHF Teacher Application in English.|
After pop-up box appears, click on Cancel or Escape. Save the file using your last name.
|Memorandum of Understanding – Required for Teacher Applicants to print and sign|
|LOS MAESTROS: Haga click al lado de la bandera espa?ola para la Solicitud de la Fundaci?n Cordell Hull para Maestros en Espa?ol|
Despus, haga click en CANCEL o ESC – Save it on computer with your LASTNAME
|Ficher de candidature de CHF en fran?ais|