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Filipino Teachers on Exchange Visitors Program to Implement Training Program for Teachers in the Philippines

PHOTO: Labor Attaché Linda Herrera (left, standing) and OWWA Officer Oliver Flores (left, seated) with three Filipino teachers.

On 31 January 2008, three Filipino teachers visited the Labor office of the Philippine Embassy in Washington D.C. to secure an Overseas Employment Certificate. These teachers who are J1 visa holders are going home to the Philippines to fulfill one of the requirements under the Exchange Visitors Program. They will be implementing a project aimed at transferring the knowledge and skills they have learned in the U.S. to other teachers in the Philippines.


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