ACES- American Cultural Exchange Service is seeking a qualified Resident Director to work on site with a group of 15 US high school students for a six-week program in Moscow, Russia through the National Security Language Initiative for Youth (NSLI-Y) program.
NSLI-Y is a US State Department sponsored scholarship program funded by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. American high school students apply for merit-based scholarships to spend a summer, semester, or academic year studying less commonly taught languages in an international immersion setting.
For details about the position, please download the flyer here.
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