Volunteering Opportunity: Greek Teacher
SAFE PLACE INTERNATIONAL
We are looking for a volunteer teacher to deliver Greek classes for beginner-level A0 & A1. This is an incredible opportunity to provide refugees and asylum seekers with life-changing skills, supporting them to integrate into their communities . The ideal candidate will possess a strong understanding of or passion for the context we work in. We need someone with the ability and enthusiasm to use teaching methods that engage students and encourage them to be motivated self-learners.
- Use appropriate teaching methods to respond to varying student learning styles
- Provide appropriate means to assess student progress and provide timely feedback
- Create new materials, including audio and visual resources
- Organize and get involved in social and cultural activities
- Motivate students
- Have knowledge of the organization and program policies and procedures
- Native / Fluent Greek required
- Excellent classroom teaching and communication skills
- Creative skills and ideas for planning practical and interesting lessons
- Ability to work in a multicultural, multi-ethnic, multi-level classroom
- Demonstrated commitment to student learning
- Great grammar knowledge and excellent speaking and writing skills
- Cultural sensitivity, tolerance, and patience
- Experience delivering educational activities to vulnerable populations is a strong advantage
- Interested and aligned with SPI’s mission
- Work alongside highly motivated and dedicated individuals who set out to change the world
- Take ownership of your own course, with the opportunity of writing your own curriculum
About SAFE PLACE INTERNATIONAL
To Be Informed, Mill Valley, CA 94941, US
SafePlace International’s primary mission is to provide food, clothing, shelter, and emotional support in a context of safety and protection for doubly-marginalized communities, while creating a larger framework of inclusivity with clear pathways toward individual sustainability and self-actualization.
SPI was created in response to an unmet need. Countless refugees in Greece are left without safe shelter and basic services like food and guidance for their future. The most vulnerable groups of these refugees, the LGBTQI+ community and single, pregnant women are widely ignored and face added struggles and dangers. SPI’s mission is to provide food and shelter to double-marginalized communities while creating a larger framework of safety and sustainability for the people we serve. SPI envisions a world where every human being is celebrated for the unique gifts they bring. A world where sexual orientation, race, gender, class, religious orientation, physical or mental ability, and country of birth no longer separate us; a world where the recognition that the survival of our species and the planet is directly dependent on how we love and care for the most vulnerable among us.