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The Republic of the Marshall Islands Public School System (PSS) is seeking qualified and experienced candidates for the following position(s).  See attachment below for more information.  Please submit application and all the requirements no later than October 26, 2018.


1.  All questions must be answered accurately, from section 1 through sections 7.

2. All Application must be accompanied by the following items listed below:

 * Two (2) reference letters from the persons indicated as "References".

 * An official copy of transcripts from the most recent school attended (transcript must be sent directly to PSS from the school).

 * A photocopy of your valid "Driver License" or "Passport".

 * A photocopy of your RMI Social Security Card (if any).

 * Photocopies of your letters of completion, degree(s), diploma(s), and certifcate(s) from any trainings, workshops, and seminars attended.

 * Photocopies of your child/children birth certificate(s) and their valid Passport(s).  This can be provided after the applicant is accepted for employment.

3. Application must be signed and return to the Public School System HR Office on or before the closing date of the employment announcement.



More than dozen of PSS staff got their degrees and certificates at the USP Graduation on Tuesday, October 2.  [Picture] From left:  Josia Toduadua, Lainesia Levaci, Glathy Luther, Nairan Muller, Kanel Bilene, Karalaini Kaloni Osborne, Ronald Sidal, and Neimon Danya Heine. [Not Picture] Charlie Juano, Demetria Ruby Malachi, Johnwood Abraham, Cromilla Antibas, Jinlor Baso, and Member Jetton.



On Wednesday, October 10, a grant contract was signed at the Embassy of Japan by Northern Islands High School (NIHS) Principal Foster Heine and H.E Norio Saito - newly appointed Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Japan to the Republic of the Marshall Islands.

The grant is up to $88,170 funded through the Japan’s Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects (GGP) to initiate the "Project for Construction of Vocational Classrooms in Northern Islands High School” on Wotje atoll.

The plan is to build 3 new classrooms and 2 bathrooms to accommodate NIHS’s needs for more rooms in order to enhance vocational trainings in carpentry, agriculture, and cooking for students.

With the grant been officially signed, NIHS’s emphasis on providing more classrooms for vocational teaching to students will come to reality.  The new classrooms will provide a safe working place for carpentry, in-class lectures before or after field agricultural works, and in-door cooking opportunity also.

This project will, not only improve the school's environment but also increase NIHS students’ engagement to better future opportunities.  

The granted project is marked the third GGP contribution to Wotje Atoll under the diplomatic relations between Japan and RMI witnessed by H.E Wotje Mayor Ota kisino, Junior Paul (Associate Commissioner for Secondary & Career Education), and Cassiano Jetnil (Associate Commissioner for Property & Maintenance).


Photo Courtesy of Hideyuki Yamasaki, Grassroots Grant Project Coordinator.


Special Olympics athletes getting ready for their training with the guidance of their lead coach, Carlon Zedkaia.

Special Olympics athletes getting ready for their training with the guidance of their lead coach, Carlon Zedkaia.

Three athletes who have intellectual disabilities were given a chance to compete at the Special Olympics World Games 2019 at Abu Dhabi. This is another milestone for RMI as this is the first time RMI will compete in the said international event.   John Capelle, Joseph Howe and Gossina Anien are training to compete in 3 different events namely: Long Jump, 100-meter run and Shot Put with Coach Carlon Zedkaia. 

Special Olympics Marshall Islands Executive Board treat the opportunity as a way of showing how competitive RMI athletes are.  RMI finally became an official member of Special Olympics on August 31, 2018. Siosiua Nikua, one of the Executive members of S.O. RMI, acknowledged that this is an interesting event for they are not competing with the elite athletes but with athletes who has the same potential in sports. 

The Special Olympics is the world’s largest humanitarian sporting event and a global movement which focuses on the empowerment of People of Determination with intellectual disabilities through the power of Sports. It supports over 5 million athletes, 1 million coaches and volunteers, more than 100,000 competitions each year, and 32 Olympic-type sports through programs in more than 170 countries.


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