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Purchase College LSCE
Purchase, Westchester County, NY
Teach in one or more of the Continuing
Education Programs for non-native English speakers:
MA in TESOL, Applied Linguistics, or related
field (Candidates with degrees in other fields, e.g Psychology,
Business, Sociology and either training or teaching experience are
welcome to apply for the ELL program.)
Please send your cover letter and a CV as a
PDF document by email to Judith Lewis, Program Director at Judith.Lewis@purchase.edu
Ulster BOCES is looking for Teachers of English as a new language to
adults (ages 21 years and older) who have various levels of English
proficiency. Locations will be in Orange County, NY for both day
and evening hours.
JASA Scheuer House of Coney Island Senior Center
Looking to utilize your TESOL skills to give
The instructor must have some experience teaching, preferably to adults. Knowledge of Russian is helpful, but not required.
Please contact Ilana Mittleman at email@example.com or 212-273-5353 for more information. Our volunteer process includes completing an application, meeting for an orientation and reference checks.
Position Title:ESL teacher
Organization:Japanese School of New York
Part-time or Full time?Full-time
Description:Our school is currently seeking a full-time ESL teacher who can start working from April 2017. We are looking for a flexible and enthusiastic individual who can work with a team of ESL teachers and be prepared to handle unforeseeable situations.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to providing ESL
instructions to elementary and junior high students and possibly a few
American culture classes ; creating and delivering lesson plans;
assisting students in achieving their academic goals; preparing a
curriculum for each course taught; evaluating students’ academic
achievements; assisting in material selection and evaluation; informing
supervisors of any issues with students; participating in faculty
meetings and school events.
Salary range:40,000 +
Application Procedure:Email cover letter and resume
Deadline: Sunday, April 16, 2017
NY NY / Brooklyn
Due to high enrollment, ASA College is
looking for more ESL instructors who are able to teach all levels and
all skills of ESL to adult students.
MA in TESOL or Applied Linguistics.
Send your resume, cover letter, and 2 (two) references.
6. TESOL Adjuncts Spring 2017 (part
time, deadline: May 15, 2017)
Due to program growth, The College of New Rochelle has an urgent need for qualified adjuncts to teach graduate TESOL and Bilingual Education courses for this spring semester and beyond. Courses are scheduled in the evening and weekends. There is also an opportunity to join the team of educators involved in the RESET project, which is funded by a five year, 2.7 million dollar federal National Professional Development Grant designed to train teachers of English Language Learners.
Master’s required, PhD preferred.
Please email your CV and letter of interest and inquiries to : GS@cnr.edu
7. ESL Instructor (part time,
deadline: May 15, 2017)
Organization: Purchase College LSCE
Location: Purchase, Westchester County, NY
Description: Teach in one or more of the Continuing Education Programs for non-native English speakers:
Explorations in American Life & Language (ELL; deadline: on going) offers a range of courses suitable for non-native adult speakers including au pairs fulfilling their government mandated education requirements. Some courses may be topic specific and focus on areas of business, psychology, and other disciplines. Classes meet twice a week on weekday mornings during the academic year, and one summer session (late May – late June). A few classes may meet once a week or for one weekend only.
The Summer Intensive English Language Program (IELP; deadline: May 15, 2017 ) is a full-time, intensive, six-week summer program (early July – mid-August; daytime classes) for nonnative English-speaking undergraduate and graduate students conditionally admitted to the college. Courses are academically focused with emphasis given to writing and oral/aural communication skills.
Special Program (Deadline: February 15, 2017; early- mid March full day program; several hours/week through late July) for visiting Chinese students. Courses focused on communicative skills, classroom culture, and additional areas to be determined.
Qualifications: MA in TESOL, Applied Linguistics, or related field (Candidates with degrees in other fields, e.g Psychology, Business, Sociology and either training or teaching experience are welcome to apply for the ELL program.)
Minimum of one-year ESL/EFL teaching experience; Teaching experience relevant to preparing ESL students for college level study, EAP, preferred for IELP and Special Program.
Native or near native English language proficiency.
Communicative learner-centered approach,
creativity, and flexibility
Salary range: Competitive
Application Procedure: Please send your cover letter and a CV as a PDF document by email to Judith Lewis, Program Director at Judith.Lewis@purchase.edu
For further information about the ELL and Summer IELP, visit www.purchase.edu/ell
8. ESL Tutors For Summer 2017: Sejours Home Abroad of Paris, France is looking for ESL tutors for their summer programs in the following locations: Washington DC, Boston, Chicago, New York and Philadelphia. Students can stay in the home of the tutor, or tutors may find a safe, responsible homestay in their neighborhood. One French student per homestay, tutors would be required to teach conversational English and pronunciation 3 hours a day, 5 days a week. Pay is $1,000 per week with students staying an average of 2 weeks.
Contact Deborah Kirlin at 740-274-5511 or firstname.lastname@example.org
An assessment of the candidate’s English language proficiency my be required.
9. Seeking TESOL Adjuncts Spring 2017 - College
of New Rochelle- part-time
Due to program growth, The College of New Rochelle has an urgent need for qualified adjuncts to teach graduate TESOL and Bilingual Education courses for this spring semester and beyond. Courses are scheduled in the evening s and weekends, some are offered as hybrid and online courses . Also an opportunity to join the team of educators involved in the RESET project, which is funded by a five year, 2.7 million dollar federal National Professional Development Grant designed to train teachers of English Language Learners.
Master’s required, PhD preferred.
Please email your CV and letter of interest and inquiries to : GS@cnr.edu
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Organization: Ascend Public Charter Schools
Part-time or Full time? Full-time
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Description: At Ascend, we seek high school teachers who are passionate about their subjects and their students – who want to spend their time discussing, preparing, and immersing themselves in the content they're about to teach. We value teachers who truly listen to what students are saying – who create a space for students to think their way through to answers, and explore insights and curiosities along the way. Teachers at Ascend share a hunger for feedback and professional growth, and a dedication to excellence.
We look for teachers who are excited to embrace a rigorous liberal arts program and restorative approach to discipline, and who believe that family and community partnerships are crucial.
Above all, we seek educators who are deeply committed to urban education and our ultimate goal of closing the achievement gap for the children of Central Brooklyn.
The first Ascend high school opened to ninth-grade students in September 2015, and will expand by a grade per year through grade 11. We are looking for a founding high school Spanish II teacher who is excited by the opportunity to be part of a founding high school team.
Why teach at Ascend Public Charter Schools?
Ascend is a Brooklyn-based network of K-12 public charter schools serving 4,000 students across nine schools. At Ascend, our mission is to provide an extraordinary education for the children of Central Brooklyn, placing them firmly on the path to success in college and beyond.
We are passionate about guiding our students to think critically and independently, and to enjoy education as an end in itself. We teach a rich and rigorous liberal arts curriculum that nurtures students' natural curiosity and encourages intellectual risk-taking, preparing them to thrive in the college classroom, the workplace, and civil society. Watch Ascend in action.( http://www.ascendlearning.org/videos/ )
Ascend has developed a warm and supportive culture rooted in restorative practice, departing from a punitive disciplinary model, with its frequently high rates of referrals and suspensions. Restorative practice empowers students to resolve conflicts on their own, gain an understanding of the impact of actions, and take responsibility for choices, while suggesting ways to repair negative actions.
To create the kind of vibrant learning environments we want for our students, we invest heavily in our faculty, providing ongoing professional learning for all of our educators, who collaborate closely and push each other to achieve great outcomes for our students, their families, and the communities we serve.
We believe that our school buildings should reflect the incredible accomplishments that happen within their walls. All Ascend schools are housed in beautiful, newly renovated buildings where every detail is chosen to communicate our high aspirations for teaching and learning. See where we work. ( http://www.ascendlearning.org/schools/ )
Qualifications: The high school Spanish teacher will teach clear and engaging lessons that follow the rigorous, Common Core aligned Ascend curriculum. Additionally, the founding high school Spanish teacher will:
• Utilize formal and informal assessment data to drive instruction and ensure student mastery of standards
• Build a motivating and inclusive classroom environment
• Create and maintain strong relationships with students and families
• Actively participate in grade-level meetings, collaborative planning, and professional development, including an annual summer institute
• Accept ultimate responsibility for the academic progress of his or her students, and work to actively overcome setbacks
Staff and Reporting Relationships
The high school Spanish teacher reports to the director of curriculum and instruction. He or she also accepts direction from, and works closely with, the dean of students and school director.
• Bachelor's degree required? master's degree and certification preferred
• The ability to create a classroom environment where students feel safe, supported, and challenged
• Passion and commitment to teaching scholars in underserved areas and to closing the achievement gap
• Relentless drive to set and achieve ambitious goals
• Strong collaboration and teamwork skills
• Growth mindset and ability to use feedback to improve practice
• Experience teaching in underserved areas a plus
Ascend Public Charter Schools offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package. Please visit www.ascendcharterschools.org to learn more about the benefits of working at Ascend.
Ascend is an equal opportunity employer and an organization that values diversity.
Apply Here: http://www.Click2apply.net/zqcdm9fxx6
Salary range: DOE
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