Cetana is delighted to welcome Kristen Brooks as the Business Administrator for the US office. Kristen has her Masters degree in Elementary Education and taught for five years before deciding to spend more time with her daughter. She has worked as an administrator for the last twelve years in other organizations throughout the US. In […]
Teachers and university students in Kanpelet, Chin State, following the intensive summer course, are continuing through the year in an expanded program. The teachers and students show an enthusastic appreciation that this opportunity for continuing structured practice in this remote mountain town. Classes were added this year for the students at the Metta Geha Children’s […]
The Academy encompasses a range of programs, including five levels of English instruction and advanced courses. Classes are also tailored to the needs of Professionals, English Teachers and Young Learners. These programs benefit the Cetana’s Tech Center where students strengthen their comprehension through interactive computer programs. Students who participate in the English instruction offered in […]
Twenty-five years ago, Cetana began with Scholarships for Study Abroad and the accompanying program of classes to improve fluency for these students in a church basement.
High school students from Dawei and villages attend our English classes at the new center.
This monastic school located in one of the poorest areas of Yangon offers free education to kids through grade 8. Cetana works in collaboration with the Metta Partners in Myanmar program in their program to help teachers in the school gain greater fluency in English.
In October, Aung Tun Will Be In Boston And Princeton To Talk About Recent Political And Economic Progress Being Made In Myanmar. His Insights Are Particularly Relevant Since He Is A Liaison Between The Asian Development Bank And The Myanmar Government.
We look forward to having Aung Tun provide link between the Foundation and the social, political and business communities in Myanmar.
Myanmar students will be able to receive an internationally recognized degree in Myanmar
Kids in the third and fourth grades (ages nine to twelve) now have their first chance to speak and write English. In a pilot program started last summer classes are held for three hours on Saturday mornings and on school holidays.