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    current concern. Education Services in the Developing World.

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    current concern. Capacity Building Services in Public Administration.

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    current concern. Innovative and creative secondary school methods and structures.

becoming an EGNI associate

Because EGNI is a smaller company that relies on the skills of a wide range of professional educators, we need to reduce overhead to a minimum and bring optimum return to project clients. Thus, we maintain a large list of associate professionals from which we can draw talent according to project needs. That allows EGNI maximum flexibility and ease of intervention in a wide range of projects at home and abroad. We are always looking for high caliber professionals.


If you are qualified at least at the M.A. /M.Ed. level - but preferably hold a Ph.D. (in Education domains relevant to EGNI’s mandate or in Public Policy Development) – you might want to consider joining our roster of select Professionals. EGNI Education Associates are selected only among professionals that have had actual classroom experience both in their home country and in the Developing World (regardless of the assignment/project considered). EGNI professionals engaged in Capacity Building in Public System Development and/or Training are all experienced and highly qualified. At EGNI we consider it an absolute must that all our trainers have a degree of direct personal experience with the job that our trainees are tasked with.

 

What people say!

  • "EduGlobeNet International continues to work hard towards establishing itself as a small, yet important player in Mekong countries. Bilateral talks between senior Ministry of Education officials and EGNI's leadership have lead to a better understanding of our capacities"
  • "EGNI recently adopted a new policy that will now allow us to recruit professional associates on a more global scale"
  • "EGNI recognizes that strong literacy and numeracy skills are the foundation for success in school and life. Every student should be able to read, write, do math and comprehend at a high level by the age of 12 as the necessary foundation for later educational and social choices."

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