UCA Teach-in-China Program

UCA Teach-in-China is a program that UCA and Ameson Foundation collaborate to offer an opportunity for recent college graduates from families of UCA community to experience. The program strives to help them expand their horizon and enhance their careers by spending one academic year (ten months) of teaching, learning and globalizing. It is a unique way for young college graduates to explore the world they are interested in, as well as learn and gain a deeper understanding of China, its language and culture. It could also serve as a gap year for them. Those young people will serve as cultural and educational ambassadors to nurture better understanding between the people of these two countries—one of the missions that UCA is committed to fulfill. UCA is now seeking future leaders to fulfill that mission.

To learn more about this program, and read the compelling stories and new discoveries by these young people involved in this program, please visit http://www.goayc.org.

If you are interested in being a part of this rare experience, please register below. If you have any questions, please either email us at info@ucausa.org, or call us at 202-642-5060.

Teach-in-China Registration Form

Registration Form for UCA Teach-in-China Program. The fields are similar to those on Ameson Year in China registration form: https://goayc.squarespace.com/apply-now/#op-212165-ameson-year-in-china-2018-educational-ambassador.
  • Will be used to mail important program documents. Must be valid until late August.
  • Country that issued your passport.
  • Please title the document "[Full name] Resume".
    Accepted file types: pdf.
  • Accepted file types: pdf.
    Please title the document "[Full name] Cover Letter".

Impacting life of others while your own life is being impacted in the dazzlingly fast changing China, through this rare cultural, teaching and “back to the roots” opportunity, is what this program is essentially about! If this is not a life changing experience for young Chinese Americans, what is?

— Haipei Shue, President of UCA