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Volunteer at the Buddha Memorial Center

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Volunteer at the Buddha Memorial Center

Postby youlu.shi » 30 Apr 2016, 19:51

The Buddha Memorial Center is looking for international volunteers who have a good command in a foreign language (other than Mandarin) for the following:
1. Translations
2. Proofreading
3. Information Desk service
4. Docents for free guided tours

If you are keen, please fill in the following form and we can get back to you soon.
http://goo.gl/forms/dfRuyMU0JQ

You can read more about our center at our official website: http://www.fgsbmc.org.tw/en/

Thank you.

You Lu
International Affairs Team
FGS Buddha Memorial Center
youlu.shi
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