Thursday, February 7, 2013

Inspirational Volunteers Needed

An excerpt from Inspirational Volunteers Needed

By Grace Yates, Volunteer
January-March 2013

Light University, the second-largest university in Burundi, opened in 2000. Over 3,000 students attend the evangelical university’s three campuses in the capital city of Bujumbura. The university is bilingual, with classes taught in both French and English. Light University offers degrees in theology, computer science, finance and accounting, marketing and management, law, communication and development, and audio visual communication.

Light University needs Christian professors or volunteers who can teach communications, computer science, law, and theology. It also needs a vice rector, who is the assistant to the dean. Professors would teach classes in their field, and the vice rector would assist the dean in managing the teaching schedule and contacting potential professors.

ACT: Learn more about the ministry positions available at Light University at www.wgm.org/go.
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