Teach ESL this summer!

Pretty sweet! There’s an English as a Second Language program going on right here at Wesleyan that serves the custodial workers who work on campus.

If you’re staying on campus this summer and want to make a difference in the lives of those who make the university run (and meet people outside the Bubble), sign up to teach ESL this summer! You only need to sign up for 2-3 hours a week.

E-mail Katie Hanna ’09 at khanna@wes for more information.

Seriously, this is a sweet program. I’m going to be doing it; you should too!


Edit by Isaac: Shortened email address to thwart spammers.

10 thoughts on “Teach ESL this summer!

  1. Isaac

    You’re right. I’ve fixed it. Unfortunately my wes email is on a public math website and I can’t get them to take it down. I’m drowning in spam!!

  2. Isaac

    You’re right. I’ve fixed it. Unfortunately my wes email is on a public math website and I can’t get them to take it down. I’m drowning in spam!!

  3. Anonymous

    Hey, Wesleying posters: you really shouldn’t post someone’s entire e-mail address like that. unsavory spammers crawl through web pages looking for them to use. If you just say khanna@wes or pshill@wes, we’ll understand what it means! :)

  4. Anonymous

    Hey, Wesleying posters: you really shouldn’t post someone’s entire e-mail address like that. unsavory spammers crawl through web pages looking for them to use. If you just say khanna@wes or pshill@wes, we’ll understand what it means! :)

  5. Mad Joy

    This is a volunteer position, but you absolutely do NOT need to be fluent in a language other than English.I believe the 2-3 hours a week includes prep time, but you should ask Katie to find out for sure.

  6. Mad Joy

    This is a volunteer position, but you absolutely do NOT need to be fluent in a language other than English.

    I believe the 2-3 hours a week includes prep time, but you should ask Katie to find out for sure.

  7. Anonymous

    do you need to be fluent in a language other than English?do you get paid?is there any work/preparation for it outside of those 2-3 hrs/wk?

  8. Anonymous

    do you need to be fluent in a language other than English?

    do you get paid?

    is there any work/preparation for it outside of those 2-3 hrs/wk?

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