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Student Language Exchange FellowBookmark This
Student Language Exchange
Posted: January 14 2016
Company Location: Cambridge, MA
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 20 Part-time, Unpaid
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DescriptionDo you speak a language that isn't taught at your university? Would you like to flex your creative muscles and experiment with ways to engage your peers in language? The SLE fellowship is open to anyone who is enthusiastic and wants to take initiative and make a cultural impact at your university. We’re recruiting SLE fellows to introduce their language to their peers in 1.5 hour per week semester-long courses. As the title suggests, SLE is completely student-run. That means we need YOU in order to operate! Apply now! Applications excepted until February 14th, but will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
Check out more details below and fill in your application here: http://goo.gl/forms/7683xdcmIB
> Fellows will be matched with experienced mentors to help them in planning and managing their courses.
> Fellows will have the opportunity to introduce their peers to their language and culture, thereby building awareness for their language and culture on campus.
> Fellows will be supported through training to help develop their leadership skills and personal goals.
> Fellows will become part of a national community of globally-minded students, and will be welcomed into a thriving non-profit, with wide development opportunities.
> Complete an online training program and attend a live Skype training with other SLE fellows.
> Craft a learning community by engaging and supporting each of your participants.
> Respect the time it takes to plan a good discussion group and the time your group participants dedicate to attending. Create and submit a lesson plan and keep attendance for each group meeting.
> Set aside 6 hours per week for SLE. This time includes prep time (at least 1 hour per hour that the discussion group meets), group time (time in the group leading the discussion), reflection time following each group meeting and weekly development meetings.
> Advertise the course around campus and on social media and serve as an ambassador of the SLE community.
> Schedule/reserve the use of classroom every week during the decided upon time of the course.
> Distribute end of semester evaluations to students.
> Attend weekly program development Skype chat, barring unforeseen emergencies, and keep an ongoing dialogue with SLE Central.
> Contribute a "storytelling segment" near the end of the term. This is a video interview about your experience with SLE.
> Fellows must be fluent speakers of a language that is NOT CURRENTLY TAUGHT at the university.
> Fellows must be full-time undergraduate students at [YOUR UNIVERSITY].
> Fellows must have extensive knowledge of the culture they are sharing.
> Fellows must be friendly and personable.
> Fellows must be responsible, timely, and prepared to honor all of the responsibilities outlined above.
> Although not required, we especially encourage eligible candidates with prior teaching, tutoring,
SkillsRequired - Languages
Preferred - Teaching, Cultural Awareness, Cultural Diversity, Teacher