Teaching Opportunities for 2006-2007 (posted 03/16/06)
The Taras Shevchenko School of Ukrainian Studies in Washington DC is seeking well-organized, creative and highly motivated candidates interested in teaching Ukrainian and Ukrainian as a second language, as well as teaching Ukrainian history, literature, geography, and culture at all levels. Click here for the full job description in Ukrainian and English.
Ukrainian Embassy Summer Internship (posted 7/23/06)
The Washington Group, in cooperation with the Embassy of Ukraine, seeks candidates for its annual summer internship program at the Ukrainian Embassy in Washington DC.
Fulbright Scholar Opportunities in Ukraine for 2006 - 2007 (posted 4/18/05)
The Fulbright Scholar Program for Faculty and Professionals is offering research, lecturing, and lecturing/research awards in Ukraine for the 2006-2007 academic year.Â Scholars may conduct research independently or in collaboration with host country colleagues.
Fulbright Distinguished Chair Program Seeking Specialists(posted 4/18/05))
The Fulbright-University of Warsaw Distinguished Chair in East European, Russian and Eurasian Studies is Seeking specialists to lecture in East European, Russian and/or Eurasian studies at advanced undergraduate and postgraduate levels with possibilities for research.
Ukrainian Translation Volunteer Needed(posted 3/23/05)
The Earth Day Network is seeking a volunteer to assist in the translation of English-language materials into Ukrainian that will be made available to Ukrainian environmental organizations involved in the celebration of Earth Day on April 23 in Kyiv and other Ukrainian communities.
Essay Competition on the Orange Revolution (posted 3/23/05)
To honor the Orange Revolution, the Shevchenko Scientific Society announces a competition open to all undergraduates at US colleges and universities.
Summer in Ukraine (posted 3/23/05)
American Jewish World Service Volunteer Summer in Ukraine is a dynamic, hands-on cultural immersion and service learning experience for college students and recent college graduates (ages 18-25). Â Participants will work with two reemerging Ukrainian Jewish communities while studying globalization, sustainable development and the theme of social justice in Jewish texts.
Presidential Administration Positions (posted 2/28/05)
As the Orange Revolution enters into its next stage, the hard work of building a government of professionals begins. Personnel policy is critical and many of the individuals who you saw on the stage of the Maidan are now looking for young, trained, dedicated professionals to staff their work in the new Presidential Administration, Cabinet of Ministers and Parliament.
Observers Needed in Ukraine (posted 11/6/2004)
On Sunday December 26, 2004, a re-vote of the run-off for the Presidential Election in Ukraine is planned. Anyone who is over the age of 18 and a citizen of another country (i.e. other than Ukraine) can become an international observer. (Ukrainian citizens can be local observers) The Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC), in cooperation with the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America (UCCA), has organized international election observers for the first two rounds and are now seeking observers for round three. You can make a contribution to democracy in Ukraine and spend the most interesting Christmas ever by coming to Ukraine to observe the elections!
Director Ukraine (posted 10/20/04)
The Finance Director Ukraine will manage the local finance team. Reporting to the International CFO, based in Warsaw. He will have full responsibility for financial issues in his jurisdiction.Â Specific tasks / responsibilities listed below: