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Janet: CURE Malawi’s first Physiotherapist
“I’d like to thank God for being there for me. When I first started at CURE, I had a certificate as a Rehabilitation Assistant. When you’ve just graduated, you don’t know that much, but staying at CURE has helped me to learn a lot of things.”
Alex: Let’s go save a life
Warning: This blog contains graphic surgery photos. —
Alex is a Scrub Technician at CURE Uganda, but he didn’t always work at a hospital. Before CURE, he worked in construction. However, a gesture from his neighbor would eventually land him on a different, but desired path.
The Job: This probably isn’t the story you think it is
I was never one of those kids who knew what they wanted to do when they grew up. I was the kid who had an early introduction to the look of disappointment that results from answering that question with “…I don’t know?” and then making something up to fill the awkward void. “Maybe a teacher?”
Mead Minutes: Right where God wants me
I am very proud to be among CURE’s orthopedic surgeons and neurosurgeons who face these challenges every week. Would you like to join us as a surgeon? We will teach you how to perform these surgeries and more! If this is beyond your comfort zone, I understand; I am always dancing on the edge. But these kids need you to be uncomfortable and help them! Maybe you wish to step out and help in other ways. CURE needs your support!
Want to join us?
This just might be the adventure of your life.
This just might be the adventure of your life
CURE international is looking for some people, but not just any people. We’re looking for people who can help us heal the sick and proclaim the kingdom of God. CURE has a network of hospitals and clinics in 30 countries, and in those places of healing, lives are being changed. Kids with crooked legs and […]
Apply to become our next CUREkids Coordinator!
CURE is currently looking for several CUREkids Coordinators, or CKC’s, to spend a year or more living and working at one of our hospitals. Daily life as a CKC is multifaceted, but could essentially be described as a relationally-focused photojournalism job. CUREkids Coordinators document every child who comes into our hospitals, including the kids you see at cure.org/curekids, and help tell CURE’s story through telling the stories of the kids we serve.
Love CURE and college students?
Do you love CURE and college students? If so, you may be interested in an exciting job opportunity. We are currently accepting applications for our next CURE University Coordinator!
CURE is hiring!
Do you have a passion for developing successful long-term relationships? Have you ever thought about working for CURE? You might be interested in learning more about a job opportunity we recently opened for a Director of Development and Sustainability!
Mead Minutes: The joy of answering the call
As I listened to the speakers at the event I was struck by the emotional commitment of each one. Caring for physically disabled children is much more than a job. The work is a calling to serve those in need. Some people who are called to serve will ignore the summons or fail to hear the call as the noise of pride, prestige, material goods, or money drown out everything else. Others will develop what Bill Hybels calls “holy discontent.” Holy discontent is that situation, people group, need, or glaring injustice that stirs your heart. You see a problem and say, “That is not right; someone should do something about it!”
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