The Chatteris Educational Foundation is a registered non-profit charitable organisation that was founded in Hong Kong in 1990.
Its primary goals are:
Chatteris works in partnership with schools in Hong Kong to sponsor recent graduates from native-English-speaking countries around the world to work with local students. Accepted candidates are placed in schools throughout Hong Kong to teach English as a global language and experience a year of professional and personal development. Candidates with native-speaking English competency will also be considered.
To learn more about Chatteris, please browse our website.
To see our status as a registered charity in Hong Kong please click here.
Recruitment for 2014 – 2015 Programme Year is Now
· The 2014 – 2015 programme is now open for application. If you are interested in joining please apply online by following the ‘Online Application’ shortcut on the right hand side of the menu. Please read all items under ‘key information’ before applying.
· The 2014 – 2015 programme year will commence on 11 August 2014 and end on 31 May 2015.
Chatteris International Graduate Programme Update
The CNETs are now full swing into the second semester at their schools and are becoming more involved in a variety of activities.
Mid- January, Chatteris hosted the annual Chinese New Year Party at the Chatteris office that involved lots of traditional New Year food such as turnip cake, and activities such as Chinese calligraphy and mahjong.
For the Chinese New Year holidays at the start of February, CNETs went to explore Asian countrie, such as Indonesia, Vietnam, and Mainland China to name a few. The advantage of living and working in Hong Kong is the close proximity to exotic countries that provide a unique cultural experience for adventurous spirits.
After the holidays, most CNETs have now started on their own Professional Development projects, which are great opportunities for CNETs to develop themselves in a focused area and develop various skills. With only 3 months left on this programme year, CNETs are striving for the best and working hard to make the most out of the remaining time.