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USAID Training in the Sustainability of Cultural Heritage in Jordan

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USAID Training in the Sustainability of Cultural Heritage in Jordan

The project "Sustainable Cultural Heritage through Engagement of Local Communities" announces a paid training opportunity in Jordan. The project is funded by the US Agency for International Development (USAID) and implemented by the American Center of Oriental Research (ACOR). The project is looking for a trainee in the field of cultural heritage resources. The trainee will work with the Director of the Cultural Heritage Sources to accomplish some administrative and technical matters related to the management of cultural heritage resources. The duration of the training program is up to one month of intensive work, and may be extended to two additional months depending on the trainee's performance during the original period. To be eligible, you must be a recent graduate of the Department of Management, Cultural Heritage, Tourism, Communication, or any other relevant specialty.

The successful applicant will receive a monthly salary of US $300, in addition to an experience certificate from (USAID).


United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Djibouti, Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Comoros, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Mauritania, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Somalia, Syria, Tunisia, Yemen
Country of residence
Age Groups
Not specified
Both gender
History, Travel and Tourism

Opportunity Information

Opportunity Targeting
Undergraduate Students
Partial funding
Opportunity Coverage
Stipend/ Living allowance
Opportunity will take place in
Required Documents
CV, Cover Letter

Educational Conditions

Required Specialties
Hospitality and Tourism, History and Archeology, Business, Computer and Information Sciences
Educational Level
Required Languages
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