[Englmajors] Volunteer teachers and tutors needed at CISC
wensel at u.washington.edu
Fri Nov 20 13:25:37 PST 2009
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Subject: [community_opportunities] Volunteer teachers and tutors needed
Date: Fri, 20 Nov 2009 09:56:09 -0800
From: Carlson Center <leader at u.washington.edu>
To: community_opportunities at u.washington.edu
References: <4B05CE13.60000 at u.washington.edu>
Volunteer teachers and tutors needed to help Chinese immigrants gain
The ESL/Literacy Program at the Chinese Information and Service Center
seeks friendly, patient, and dependable volunteer teachers and tutors to
help Chinese immigrants gain US citizenship. This is a great way to gain
teaching experience with new immigrant ESL students as well as gain
greater exposure to the Chinese language and culture.
We have a variety of positions and times available:
-Perform one-on-one mock citizenship interviews.
-Lead a small group seminar as a small group tutor.
-Teach an ESL, Citizenship or Talk Time class.
Bilingual in Mandarin or Cantonese a plus but not a requirement.
No teaching experience necessary. We will train you!
Give the Chinese community just a little of your time: 1-3 hours once a
week and a 3 month commitment.
Chinese Information & Service Center-ESL/Literacy Program
611 S Lane Street
Seattle, WA 98104
Please contact us to get a volunteer application, and we will set up a
meeting to discuss the program in-depth.
Phone:(206) 624-5633 x4136
E-mail: meony at cisc-seattle.org
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