Internships



Administrative Intern – Unpaid Internship


English Language Program (ESL program)
Esperanza Center
430 South Broadway
Baltimore, MD 21231-2409
410-522-2668 (main #)
410-675-1451 (fax #)

Job Description – Will work with Coordinator on some or all of the following:
• Student Assessment – establishment of procedures and data collection
• Establishment of Class Registration procedures
• Revision / Refinement of Formal and Informal class procedures
• Planning Classes for 5 semesters in FY 09-10
• Planning Formal Tri-Annual Volunteer-Teacher Orientations, Fall, Spring, and Summer
• Planning Informal Monthly Volunteer-Teacher Training Meetings
• Other duties as assigned

Expectations
• At least 7 hours per week, more if desired – individualized schedule will be created
• Hours and Days available
o Mornings: 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM
o Afternoons: 12:30 PM to 4:00 PM
o Monday through Thursday – no Fridays
o Tuesday and/or Thursday evenings: 5:30 PM – 9 PM (during class semester)
• Choice of schedule formats
o Full day
• 1 AM and 1 PM
o Half days
• Any combination of half days
o Evenings
o Any combination of the above

Requirements
• Applicant MUST have serious interest in BOTH teaching English to speakers of other languages (TESOL) and the immigrant Hispanic / Latino population.

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If interested, please contact me, or fax a cover letter and resumé.
Diana Siemer, English Language Program Coordinator
dsiemer@cc-md.org


Teaching Intern – Unpaid Internship

English Language Program (ESOL program)
Esperanza Center
430 South Broadway
Baltimore, MD 21231-2409
410-522-2668 (main #)
410-675-1451 (fax #)

Job Description
Works under supervision of ESOL (English to Speakers of Other Languages) Coordinator, as follows:

• Teaches Conversational and Basic English to mostly Hispanic, mainly Beginner level English proficiency learners, many of whom have 6 years or less of formal education
o In small or large groups, or sometimes 1:1
o May teach using audio or video professional English Language Programs
o May teach in or monitor our computer lab, using professional English Language Programs
o Uses English to teach these classes – knowing Spanish is not necessary, though it may be helpful. We strongly discourage our Teachers from teaching in Spanish.
o Tracks ongoing assessment of students’ English language proficiency
o Uses ongoing students’ assessment to plan and implement 2 hour classes
• Attends non-mandatory monthly professional development meetings and tri-annual “Teacher Orientation”
o Volunteer-Teachers take turns presenting “Best Practices” or “What Works”
• If desired, Teaching Intern may present at one or more monthly meeting.
• Helps to create teaching materials for use by all our Volunteer-Teachers
• Helps as assistants to the program when possible
o Word processing
o Data entry
o Filing / creating / organizing student folders
o General organizing
• Contributes ongoing ideas for program development

Expectations
• At least 7 hours per week, per semester; 14 hours per week is preferable – more hours available, if desired
• Hours and Days available
o Mornings: 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM – Class session is 10 AM – 12 PM
o Afternoons: 12:30 PM to 3:30 PM – Class session is 1 PM – 3 PM
o Full day: 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
o Monday through Thursday – no Fridays
o Tuesday and/or Thursday evenings: 5:30 PM – 9:00 PM (during semester) – Class session is 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM
• Choice of schedule formats
o Full day
• Hours as above
o Half days
• Any combination of half days
o Evenings
o Any combination of the above
o Semesters are: Fall, Winter, Spring 1, Spring 2, and Summer
• Fall, Spring 1, and Spring 2 are 8-week semesters
• Winter and Summer semesters are 6-week semesters
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If interested, please contact me, or fax a cover letter and resumé.
Diana Siemer, ESOL Program Coordinator
dsiemer@cc-md.org


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