The CNETs are now full swing into the second semester at their schools and are becoming more involved in a variety of activities such as English day camps, cultural fairs, and English weeks. Schools were covered in red in February - while CNETs had been introducing students to the Western culture of Valentine’s Day and the colour being associated with love, students and teachers shared the culture of Chinese New Year with CNETs and how the colour symbolises good luck.
For the Chinese New Year holidays, CNETs went to explore Asian countries such as the Philippines, Thailand, and Myanmar to name a few. Back after the holidays, most CNETs are working on different personal development projects to build up on different skills for their future aspirations. Some examples are setting up clubs in school, developing new lessons, proposal writing, and starting a rooftop garden.
Now Accepting Applications for 2015 – 2016 Programme Year
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To apply, follow the ‘Online Application’ tab above and complete the application procedures for graduates.
If you were unable to meet our Chatteris representative during his UK trip in February, you can also find out more through in-person webinars. Webinars will be conducted for students and graduates interested in getting to know the programme twice a month. It provides participants with the opportunity to meet current employees, get an overview of the programme and ask any questions. Click here for more information and sign-up details.