Welcome to the Checkpoint Charlie Foundation
Our goal is to develop and maintain German-American relations.  The Foundation promotes and organizes various projects and programs, while at the same time serving the interests of both countries as a contact organization.

 

 


 

List of STEP teachers for the 2014-2015 school year now available

The newest list of German teachers who have applied to participate in the STEP’s GTEP program is now available. The teachers, who have undergone a screening, selection, and interview process, are certified in a wide variety of different grade levels, ranging from elementary to high school, as well as many different subjects.

Video interviews were also conducted with each candidate. US school districts interesting in having an applicant enrich their school can contact the Foundation for more information, including a detailed portfolio and video interview for each applicant.

The complete list of applicants including their grade levels, experience, subjects and special skills, is available here.

 


 

Educational Enrichment Program (EEP)

The Checkpoint Charlie Foundation is currently accepting applications for the Educational Enrichment Program, a program specifically designed for American educators and education administrators which offers exceptional insights into the German education system. Participants visit various types of German schools, attend workshops and seminars, and take part in evening receptions with Berlin politicians and enjoy other social gatherings. The government of Berlin pays for participant’s instruction, food, lodging and transportation in Berlin. School districts or participants are responsible for arranging and paying for their transportation to Germany.

For each German teacher the district employs, one teacher or administrator may be selected for this program in Germany. The participants in the EEP may serve as “buddy teachers” for the new German teachers arriving in the districts in July and August of the same year.

More information, including an application form, is available here.

Please send applications by the end of March to:
Checkpoint Charlie Stiftung
Wolfensteindamm 9
12165 Berlin
Germany
Fax: 011 49 30 844 90620


 

The City of Berlin Scholarship
is for children with parents who were either killed or whose health was permanently impaired due to the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 and aids with the tuition costs for either a private or public college or university education.


Scholarship Information (English only, PDF, 49 KB)
Application Form (English only, PDF, 48 KB)

 


 

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