Preschool Teacher (Full-time/Part time) Walnut, Monrovia CA JOB DESCRIPTION: To follow Tzu Chi Bilingual/Character Education curriculum and design lesson plans and activities for preschool children. To follow lesson plans and curriculum activities scheduled for that day. To always maintain State Licensed ratio. To take full responsibility in arriving to work at the scheduled time and […]
Preschool Bilingual Teacher-Mandarin speaking – (Full-time/Part-time) Walnut, Monrovia CA JOB DESCRIPTION: To follow Tzu Chi Bilingual/Character Education curriculum and design lesson plans and activities for preschool children. To follow lesson plans and curriculum activities scheduled for that day. To always maintain State Licensed ratio. To take full responsibility in arriving to work at the scheduled […]
HR Generalist – Mandarin speaking Walnut, CA JOB SUMMARY: The Human Resource Generalist will run the daily functions of the Human Resource (HR) department including hiring and interviewing staff, administering pay, benefits, and leave, and enforcing company policies and practices. RESPONSABILITIES: May oversee the scheduling, assignments, and daily workflow of subordinate staff in the department. […]
Character Education Curriculum Specialist – Mandarin speaking Walnut, CA JOB DESCRIPTION: Character Education Development and Outreach Department focus on character development of each individual student as we teach students important moral values such as respect, thankfulness, compassion, tolerance, etc. This curriculum specialist/training assistant must collaborate with public school educators as well as Tzu Chi volunteers […]
Cook Walnut, CA JOB DESCRIPTION: CPR and First Aid Certification or willingness to obtain. Self-motivated with strong attention to detail is a must. Follow organization instructions to meet nutritional and food safety requirements for children and staff. Plans, posts and follows approved vegetarian menus that are nutritionally sound, and within center food budget. Maintains effective, […]
Teachers from around the world come online to learn how to conduct character education courses. Photo/Courtesy of Tzu Chi Education Foundation Written by Wendy WangTranslated by H. B. QinEdited by Diana Chang, Ida Eva Zielinska The Tzu Chi Education Foundation’s Character Education Team aims to develop good character in children through an age-appropriate and lively […]
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the fast-growing youngsters at Tzu Chi USA’s Great Love Preschool in Walnut, California, couldn’t freely explore and learn about their neighborhoods as they once might have. Collecting recyclable cardboard boxes of assorted sizes, they designed each of them as a team to resemble various vehicles large enough for the children to wear and cruise around in. Previously, teachers and students alike had made their very own city to give thanks for everyone’s hard work, and the students used this city of Great Love as part of their lesson.
On May 15th, 2021, American Sign Language (ASL) lessons began in preparation for Tzu Chi USA’s virtual fundraising event on June 19th. On May 26th and 27th, filming took place at a total of 10 sites to make the performance a truly extraordinary feat of love and teamwork.
With your generosity, we can ensure our students, parents, teachers, and support staff have the resources and opportunities they need to dream bigger and do more good in the world. To do so, we’re raising funds that will support e-Learning research & development for our character education curricula, a teacher’s development and training center, and a new environmental protection education center.
Donate today and tune into our program on June 19!
In March of 2020, when multiple states established shelter-in-place procedures to safeguard communities during the spread of COVID-19, many presumed the pandemic would only last a few months at most. Yet, more than a year has passed, and the pandemic is still ongoing. During this time of great uncertainty, people’s lives and routines have faced myriad transformations. This also included the youngest members of the community, as schools closed and quickly shifted to facilitate remote learning. In February, however, the CDC announced that students from pre-K to K-12 would be allowed to return to school for in-person learning, provided careful guidelines could be upheld.