Here’s how you can recruit teachers for CRICS:
1. PRAY— Pray for our current teachers and for new teachers.
2.SPREAD THE WORD–Let your friends, churches, supporters, prayer partners, colleges, and mission organizations know about CRICS. Let them know we need quality, Jesus-loving teachers! Specifically ask them to pray for and recruit teachers for CRICS. Share about us in your emails, newsletters, blogs, website, and facebook posts.
Your Story: How has CRICS been meaningful to you and your family? How has CRICS helped your family live as Christian workers in Thailand?
www.crics.asia/volunteer/: Look here for positions available, the application process, budget suggestions.
http://www.facebook.com/crics.asia Current pictures and updates! Every Tuesday is posted a “Pray for New Teachers Update”…please ‘share’ this and other posts!
Videos on the youtube channel CRICSasia.
Sign up for Newsletters https://vr2.verticalresponse.com/s/crics
Download a sample letter to a church asking them to partner with CRICS by sending teachers.
Available at CRICS, from Tanya Stuart, and at https://crics.asia/about/print-media/ :
Volunteer Teach at CRICS Brochure
CRICS Teachers Are… (1 page, single-sided; easy to print)
2017 Annual Report
“Are you a teacher?” (good for posting on bulletin boards)
Email: For more information about recruiting talk to Tanya Stuart: firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you have visitors and teams coming to Chiang Rai? Bring them by CRICS! Invite them to spread the word that we need teachers. Talk to Tanya Stuart (email@example.com) if you want her to meet with them and give a tour.
Going to your home country over the summer? Make appointments now to talk with your church, university, campus ministry, small group about the need CRICS has for teachers. What would you tell them? Share your story of how CRICS has helped your family live as Christian workers in Thailand. Share a CRICS video. Invite them to serve at CRICS and to spread the word that CRICS needs teachers!
Teacher Requirements: Teachers need to have a bachelor’s degree; teaching certification is preferred. A joyful love of the Lord, teaching, and children!