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Location: Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea: Computer Literacy Teachers

Opportunities

Two teachers are needed to lead classes on basic computer skills, word processing, spreadsheets, PowerPoint, etc. at Christian Union Bible College in Papua New Guinea.

Qualifications

It is preferred that teachers have a four-year college degree with at least one year of Bible courses. However, consideration will be given to those who have completed two years of college, including one year of Bible courses, and to those with trade-school training and one year of Bible courses.

Language Requirements

Teachers must be able to speak Melanesian Pidgin.

Location

Mount Hagen, Papua New Guinea.

Length of Service
  • Mid-term: one semester or longer (six to twenty-four months)
  • Long-term: two or more years
Ministry Description

Christian Union Bible College, located in Mount Hagen in the Western Highlands Province of PNG, provides urgently needed Bible and vocational training for men and women being called into full-time ministry. Classes are offered in the areas of pastoral ministries; evangelism; Christian education; and children’s and youth, women’s, music, counseling, and leadership ministries. After completing either a three-year certificate program or a four-year diploma program, students return to their villages to shepherd and challenge local church members. The school year runs from August through May with semester break in December.

Quick Facts
  • With over 800 languages, PNG is linguistically the world’s most complex nation. Church services are conducted and Bibles are written in Melanesian Pidgin, the local trade language.
  • Christian Union Church, formed in 1964 by Churches of Christ in Christian Union missionaries, currently has about 120 congregations and approximately 90 national pastors in seven districts and areas. While some churches have buildings, other congregations meet in grass huts or under trees.
  • Men and women have very distinct roles in Papua New Guinean society. Women in the garden, take care of the children and pigs, and look after the home while men traditionally handle all negotiations.

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