English Teacher for Adults
63 people are interested
Participate in strengthening your community and improve your understanding of Boulder County. Breakdown Fear and Increase Understanding Improve your Teaching Skills Create Cross-Cultural Friendships Intercambio Uniting Communities is a non-profit organization that offers English classes to adult students in Boulder County. We are currently looking for new volunteers to teach individuals or small groups in Longmont, Boulder, Louisville and Lafayette. The times of these classes are flexible, as we have students with various schedules. We will match you with a student of your choice or match you with a student from the waiting list based on your availability, level preference, where you live, and any other requests. It is not necessary to speak Spanish, or to have prior teaching experience. We are looking for enthusiastic, patient people who are able to commit to teaching, at minimum, an entire level - which works out to be approximately 50 teaching hours. We provide training, in-service workshops, materials, and on-going support. Please visit our website for more information: https://intercambio.org/volunteer-opportunities/teaching-english/ Interested in volunteering or in being a student: Please contact: Raquel Habib Raquel@intercambio.org Intercambio is a 501(c) (3) non-profit. All donations are tax exempt. Time commitment: 1.5-2 hour classes twice a week (not including prep time for classes) for approximately 6 months to a year (or until completion of full class level) plus training that includes participatory activities, teaching workshops and the creation of sample lesson plans. For more information and to access our on-line application, visit our website www.intercambio.org
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Intercambio Uniting Communities
4735 Walnut Street, Suite B, Boulder, CO 80301, US
To build understanding, respect and friendship across cultures through educational and intercultural opportunities.
Volunteer-taught English classes for adult immigrants.
Courses and workshops on life skills and citizenship.
Cultural trainings and events for all community members.
We believe our communities are safer and stronger when everyone can communicate - and it begins with language.
We believe educating parents leads to an educated family.
We believe our communities are more prosperous when all people have the opportunity to succeed and give back.
We believe in having fun!
Volunteers teach English to immigrant adults one-on-one or in small groups, participate in intercultural events, and form lasting relationships. We also provide life skills training and community resource education for immigrants.
We have two locations, our Main Office in Boulder (4735 Walnut Street, Suite B) and our Longmont Office (515 Kimbark Street, Suite 103).
We'll work with your schedule.
1715 Iron Horse DriveSte 130LongmontLongmont, CO 80501
January 15, 2020
- People 55+
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- 1 year minimum, 2-4 hours a week