Volunteer Spanish Teacher for Tuesday and Thursday Nights
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Centro NYC, a non-profit organization serving the immigrant community in New York City, seeks volunteer Spanish teachers for its 2020 Winter term, beginning Tuesday, January 21, 2020 until Thursday, April 16, 2020.
Classroom Spanish teaching experience is preferred. However we do recruit new teachers with strong English communication skills and a good feel for grammar, even if you don't know all the rules! New teachers are partnered with and mentored by experienced teachers.
Time commitment: One Tuesday or Thursday evening per week teaching plus the time required for lesson preparation (usually every other week.) Classes meet Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:30-9:00 p.m. near Lincoln Center in Manhattan, and teachers are asked to arrive 6-6:15 to set up. In addition, there will be one staff meeting in late September, and possibly one mid-semester. We have openings for teachers of beginning, intermediate, and advanced students.
If interested please respond by email to Kelly at kelly@CentroNYC.org. Include your resume. An email will be sent to qualified applicants with a link fill out an online form to specify dates of availability as well as name, email, etc. Interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis.
Learn more about us at centronyc.org and facebook.com/CentroNYC2018/
Somos una organizacion sin fines de lucro que ayuda a la comunidad inmigrante latina y no latina de Nueva York en el aprendizaje del idioma ingles, en la preparacion para el examen de ciudadania estadounidense y en el desarrollo de otras actividades de empoderamiento para la comunidad inmigrante. Tambien ofrecemos clases de espanol para no hispanohablantes, con lo cual contribuimos ademas a la difusion de la cultura y valores hispanos en los Estados Unidos.
Estamos a la busqueda de profesores de Espanol (voluntarios) para nuestras clases de invierno 2020 ( 21 de enero a 16 de abril). Las clases son una vez por semana (martes o jueves) de 6:00 pm a 9:00 pm. Esta es una posicion de voluntariado (sin pago).
Si está interesado, responda por correo electrónico a Kelly a kelly@CentroNYC.org. Incluya su currículum vitae (CV). Se enviará un correo electrónico a los solicitantes calificados con un enlace para completar un formulario en línea para especificar las fechas de disponibilidad, así como el nombre, correo electrónico, etc. Las entrevistas se realizarán de forma continua.
Si te gusta ayudar a la gente y a la comunidad por favor comunicate con nosotros respondiendo este aviso.
Habra una sesion de entrenamiento previo al inicio de clases fecha tentativa.
About Centro NYC
250 West 65th Street, NEW YORK, NY 10023, US
CentroNYC is an all-volunteer non-profit organization serving today’s immigrants through affordable English, Spanish, and citizenship classes. Our evening education and advocacy programs and cultural events help students develop the skills to navigate the challenges of living and working in New York City. CentroNYC is a warm and welcoming community that promotes cross-cultural understanding and support.
We offer English (ESOL) and Spanish language classes taught by native speakers, and a civics class for immigrants preparing for the U.S. Citizenship exam. Intercambio, our weekly Spanish-English language exchange, promotes intercultural learning, understanding and friendship. Although founded by and for Latin American newcomers, we welcome immigrants and "new" New Yorkers from all over the world. Our all-volunteer teaching and administrative staff makes classes available at low cost. Our volunteer Coordinating Committee meets monthly to discuss programming and budget issues, and to plan upcoming classes and special events. We have openings throughout the year for dedicated volunteer English and Spanish teachers, and administrative and marketing staff to join our team. Teaching experience is desired but not required. New teachers are paired with and mentored by veteran teachers. We are pleased to announce that CentroNYC has joined the Goddard Riverside family. Goddard Riverside is a leading community-based social services provider in New York City, with 26 programs for children, young adults and seniors. Its roots that extend back to the 19th century American Settlement House Movement. Like Centro, Goddard Riverside is committed to providing educational and cultural opportunities to all New Yorkers and for nurturing connection and building community. We look forward to a long and productive relationship between our two organizations.
We'll work with your schedule.
250 West 65th Streetc/o Lincoln Square Neighborhood CenterNew York, NY 10023
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- 3 horas por semana y 1-2 hora de preparación | 3 hours a week with 1-2 hours of prep