English graduate student Rachel Schober has been awarded an exclusive teaching assistantship in the Czech Republic.
Schober, who has her bachelor’s in English education from Missouri State, was named as one of 10 Fulbright English teaching assistants and will work in Vyškov, Czech Republic, for the 2015-16 school year.
About the assistantship
Schober will work about 20 hours per week with students, ages 11 to 19, at the grammar school and the secondary school of medicine and economy.
She will teach them the English language and about American culture. She will also help the school’s English teachers perfect their lessons while learning more about the Czech culture and language.
Schober has worked as the Ozarks Writing Project graduate research assistant for two years.