Why not Zoidberg? Kaya Ceci ’13 writes in:
¿Interested in Teaching ESL next year?
The Wesleyan ESL Program offers English classes to members of the custodial staff interested in taking lessons and is seeking new tutors to replace current seniors!
Get a head start with a great volunteer opportunity and/or possible work-study position! And, more importantly, help out and get to know the wonderful men and women who work here!
Come to our Info Sesh! Hope to see you there!
Date: tomorrow, April 11
Time: 4:15 PM – 5:00 PM
Place: Usdan 110
At some point, destiny calls everybody. It doesn’t matter who you are, what you do, or what you said that one time when you were piss-drunk on Fountain. At some point, it comes for you.
And if you know how to walk on stilts, and I mean really hold yourself well on those long wooden poles, this is your moment. This is for you.
From Lila Becker ’12:
I’m looking for anyone who knows how to stilt-walk and would feel comfortable teaching a newcomer. It’s for a production that will go up in April. Stilts will be provided.
Interested parties should email lbecker(at)wesleyan(dot)edu.
Heed the call.
“Zach loves to subtitle EVERYTHING.”
Amy Torres ’12 hopes you can put your tongue to good use.
Looking for a great work-study or volunteer job? Speak Spanish? Ever heard of Wesleyan ESL?
The Wesleyan ESL program matches Wesleyan students with members of Wesleyan’s custodial staff interested in taking English classes. The program is seeking a new coordinator for the upcoming year to be part the Office of Community Service’s student staff and run the ESL program. Training will start this semester and the full coordinating position will start in the fall.
Interested? Click here to read more about the job responsibilities and apply!
All applications are due by Friday, February 10th
From Alex freaking Ray ’13:
Interested in spending a semester “abroad” student-teaching in the New York City public school system?
The Urban Education Semester (UES) is an accredited study away program that introduces students from all academic backgrounds to the complexity of issues surrounding urban public education. The program offers fieldwork in a diverse selection of classrooms and educational settings in New York City public schools. Students live in Manhattan, spend three days each week in a supervised classroom, and take some courses at Bank Street College of Education. There is an abundance of support and positive energy available for the small number of students in the program. See www.urbanedsemester.org for more information or call Vicky Zwelling at 860-685-2180 or email her at vzwelling(at)wes. Or come to the info session!
Date: Thursday, Oct 13
Time: 6 -7 pm
Place: Usdan 110