By Sheetal Babu
April 7, 2014
Rainbow Station, a Henrico-based company, is looking to hire University of Richmond graduates to fill teaching positions in China as part of its international expansion.
After opening its first preschool in Shenzhen, China last January, the company plans to establish 110 educational facilities in China over the next five years.
According to the Richmond Times-Dispatch, Rainbow Station will provide small classes that feature a curriculum based around teaching Franklin Covey's "The Leader in Me" program for children.
The company operates four locations in the Richmond area at Wyndham, Three Chopt, The Boulders and Hanover Medical Park.
"We are interested in recent college graduates who have teaching experience or an interest in early education to go on a great adventure in China for a few years," said Rick Sample, Rainbow Station International president, "and that's why we are interested in UR and schools nearby."
According to Rainbow Station's website, its vision is to be the standard of excellence in early education, school-age recreation and mildly ill care.