Mission Statement- Assist emerging nations in the developing world and contribute to higher education development in emerging and developing countries) International Professors Project is a worldwide 501(c)(3) organization focused on the long-term development of higher education in emerging and developing countries by achieving the following goals: Provide short term and long term consulting support. We form global alliances with professors, students, nonprofits, academic departments, and dedicated professionals Spread relevant data, information, ideas, and research to further the study of teaching.
Founded in 2009, IPP is a Technology and HR-oriented organization emphasizing cooperation and coordination in service delivery to Professors, expatriate Professors and Universities in the developing countries.
Our organization is run entirely by dedicated and hardworking volunteers.
Much of what IPP does can be summarized into 3 main functions: Consulting, Promoting and Recruiting, often brought into being via interconnections.
Consulting - We have dedicated volunteer professionals and professors who donate several to many hours per week to advise professors, students universities and nonprofit organizations in their areas of expertise.
We provide free mentoring, coaching, training, and tutoring services in various subjects such as Instructional Design, Academic English, Gamification in Education, HR, IT, Blended Learning, etc.
Promoting - The International Professors Project is dedicated to promoting various professor and student projects and researches that contribute to higher education development and international higher education in the developing world.
We love to partner with the other organizations and businesses to help each other better achieve our mission and goals.
Recruiting - Our aim is to attract and recruit motivated and highly-qualified volunteers for educational projects throughout the developing world.
Education & Literacy
Media & Broadcasting
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This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.