In a country of contrasts, farmers use the simplest agricultural techniques to grow fruits, vegetables, and grains, yet cell phones, the Internet, and Facebook are changing the way Tunisians interact with and view the world. For the first time in the country’s history, Tunisia’s large young adult population (60 percent are under the age of 30) is interested in exploring life outside the country's borders. Consider your place in being a strategic answer to an entire generation’s questions about what brings meaning to life.
Our team in Tunisia initially began as a hub for member care specialists for the Middle East and North Africa. However, they have now begun to find their unique niche of influence among students in their city through teaching and serving. There are many opportunities on a daily basis to teach, share, learn, and thrive in one of the most amazing places in the world. Our fun and energetic team looks forward to meeting you.