Ross Gormley ’13 writes in with a cool-sounding opportunity to teach English to kids in Italy:
No knowledge of Italian necessary (ciao bella?). Just be willing to stay with wonderful host families every seven days and eat their delicious food. It also pays 240 euro a week!
Come to Espwesso cafe at 4pm Sunday afternoon to hear about the ACLE experience from wonderful ACLE alums Erin Newport ’13 and Ross Gormley ’13.
** www.ACLE.org **
- DATE: Sunday, February 26
- TIME: 4:00pm – 5:00pm
- PLACE: Espwesso: Wesleyan’s Student Run Cafe (basement of Albritton)
- COST: “great memories are priceless”
Vignatha Reddy ’11 and the folks over at the CRC wants you to get off yo ass and get yo summer/life in order:
Not sure yet what you’re doing this summer? Stop by PAC002 on Tuesday, March 29 at noon to figure out your options. CRC will present. Free pizza lunch provided!
Date: March 29
Time: Noon – 1:00 PM
Fresh from her own adventures in Italia, Grace Asleson ’13 (not pictured above) writes in about a great summer opportunity:
Don’t know what to do this summer? Interested in going to Italy and getting paid for it? Join ACLE—a non-profit organization that hires college kids to teach English to Italian Children at summer camps all over Italy. Travel every one to two weeks and stay with host families. Don’t speak Italian? No problem. The families want you to speak English at home and at camp. Come to Hewitt 9 Lounge this Friday, February 25, at 5 pm to find out more! Ci vediamo venerdi!
For those looking for a clearer picture of the experience, check out this classic, accurate portrayal of a summer internship in Italy.
Date: Friday, February 25th
Time: 5:00 P.M.
Place: Hewitt 9 Lounge
A summer job opportunity from Susannah Young ’11:
Overland is hiring exceptional college students to lead our summer programs. We offer hiking, biking, service, language, field studies and writing programs to students in grades 4-12. Program locations include New England, the Blue Ridge, Nova Scotia, Western US, Alaska, Hawaii, Virgin Islands, Costa Rica, South America, Tanzania and Europe. Our staff of 130 leaders and support staff spend 10 days training and 6 weeks leading or supporting programs. We are looking for Wesleyan students who are responsible, fun, dynamic and love working with kids. There will be snacks!
- Date: November 10
- Time: 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
- Place: Usdan 110
- Cost: Free
- Overland’s Official Website: Here
Women in your last two years at Wes, you might be interested in this opportunity:
Because the Sadie Nash Leadership Project knows you need a job this summer…
Seeking applicants for the Dean position during our 6 week Summer Institute. Deans are women from all over the U.S who are in their last 2 years of college.
The SNLP Summer Institute is a program serving as an opportunity for young women to take time to look at their own (potential) leadership and the leadership of others while developing a strong community of female peers. The youth meet women Leaders; attend challenging and inspiring courses/workshops; while strengthening, empowering and equipping themselves to be agents for change in their world!
- Deans work for 9 weeks beginning 6/15/09 – 8/16/09, including 3 weeks of training.
- Deans work in either the SNLP Summer Institute in New York City or Newark, NJ
- Deans will have a chance to teach, lead, and plan different aspects of the program.
- Each Dean will be an individual advisor to a group of 6-8 young women.
- Each Dean receives a $2,400 stipend and assistance with housing.
DEADLINE IS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2009. (5pm EST)
For full description/application materials, visit: www.sadienash.org or contact Promiti Islam ’08 (promiti.snlp(at)gmail.com), a former Sadie Nash Dean.
For those of you still floundering about for something to do this summer, Clean Air – Cool Planet has some pretty great opportunities.