Eagle-Orzel Educational and Cultural Exchange, Inc. is now accepting applications from Marywood University faculty and students who are interested in teaching or serving as teacher aides in Poland. Through its Connecting Americans and Poles through Language and the Arts (CAPLA) initiative, Eagle-Orzel will be accepting applications from now until January 11, 2020. To access the application, please visit http://www.eagle-orzel.org.
An information session and presentation will be held on Thursday, November 21, 2019, at 8:45 p.m., in the Upper Main Dining room located in the Nazareth Student Center. For additional information about the Eagle-Orzel Educational and Cultural Exchange, Inc., please contact Jeffrey Attick, Ph.D., lecturer in the Education department at Marywood University, at email@example.com, or call (570) 578-0044. For those interested in applying, but unable to attend the presentation, information and presentation materials will be made available through Sister Cathy Luxner, IHM, director of mission and campus ministry, at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Eagle-Orzel Educational and Cultural Exchange, Inc. is a non-profit, 501© (3) organization dedicated to creating and facilitating educational and cultural exchanges between the United States and Poland. Founded by two Polish-American educators, Dr. Mary Kay Pieski and Dr. Teresa G. Wojcik, its mission is grounded in the conviction that interactions between and among American and Polish teachers, artists, and students offer mutually beneficial and enriching experiences. Such encounters hold the promise of enhancing the intercultural sensitivity and global competencies of those involved.