Sayyid Muhsin Tabatabi al Hakim is considered to be one of the most famous scholars in last 50 years. After Ayatullah Burujardi, he was among the renowned Maraji of Najaf.
Posted on Mon, 2017-02-13 17:01
Role Description and Person Specification
Dates: Thursday 13 July to Sunday 6 August 2017
Role Purpose: To assist in the spiritual, social, emotional and intellectual development of the course participants.
- Have the opportunity to inspire youth to understand themselves and their religion by listening to them and sharing your experiences
- Engage in a unique personal development journey for yourself and those around you
- Ability to participate in all course activities.
- Develop social bonds with a variety of age groups from different cultures.
The mentor should:
- Be in Iran throughout the period of approximately 12th July to 6th August 2017 as part of the Course, and the mentor development programme
- Submit a report on return to their home country as well as participate in debrief sessions to provide feedback for future years
- Support the organising team and proactively assist for the next courses.
Successful applicants must be able and willing to attend a full-time training session in Qum, Iran for 3 days from 13 July to 15 July 2017.
How to Apply:
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Deadline for Application:
The deadline for submitting the mentor application is 10th April 2017.
The mentor will:
- Be responsible for supporting the personal development of a small group of participants
- Facilitate learning for participants by helping them reflect and discuss what they have been taught
- Act as a liaison between students, WF Qum Office and the WF
- Provide regular updates and feedback to the organising team on current progress and make recommendations for improvements.
- Take good quality photos and provide communication updates of the course via social media (Facebook, Twitter, etc.)
The mentor will not:
- Organise the overall logistics of the course.
- Be responsible for the participants’ primary religious teaching.
- Be responsible for dealing with any serious medical or disciplinary emergencies. These will be dealt with by the WF Qum Office.
Please note: This list is not exhaustive, and therefore any further tasks work that may be a part of the mentor’s duties may also be incorporated into this schedule at a later date.
Age Criteria: Preferably 21 years of age or older
- The applicant should have experience of working with youths (e.g., in the KSI community)
- The applicant should preferably be a graduate of the Bab or Madinah al-Ilm course
- Have a practical understanding of Islamic ethics
- Ability to administer First Aid. Successful participants who do not possess this can be trained on this after their applications are successful;
- Knowledge of Farsi is desirable, not essential.
- Well organised, plans ahead and highlights problems in advance.
- Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to deal with conflict.
- Able to collaborate with others and contribute as part of a team in order to achieve a common goal, as opposed to working independently or competitively.
- Excellent communication, listening and questioning skills
- Possessing a proactive approach and attitude to one’s duties; sees tasks through to completion.
- Able to see the ‘bigger picture’ and to realise the implications of one’s actions;
If you have any questions or require any further information, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Qum Office was honored with the visit of Sheikh Mohammed Ali Ismail, ex-manager of The World Federation Qum office. A meeting was held between Head of Islamic Education, Sheikh Kumail Rajani and Sheikh Ismail.
The Madinah and Bab summer course of 2013 enabled me to gain further knowledge on various topics and about the Ahlul Bayt. Most importantly I was able to seek inspiration from scholars and different places which were visited. This journey was something that not only I was able to cherish whilst being there but until today I feel like I’m living with the experience/memories of yesterday.