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Citizenship Class Tutor/ Teacher (In person)
ORGANIZATION: St Mark Community Education
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2 people are interested
St. Mark Community Education Program is a non-profit organization that helps immigrants in the Boston area and beyond to learn English as a second language and help them study and obtain their US citizenship. The mission of St. Mark is to facilitate the building of an integrated community where immigrants can flourish and enrich their communities.
About the Citizenship Program:
Citizenship classes are a 10-12 week program developed based on USCIS guidelines to prepare students for their Citizenship Interview. The program prepares students across all components of the citizenship interview: English, civics, reading, and writing.
Volunteering opportunities available in our Fall citizenship program (starting the second week of September) include:
Saturday AM classes (in-person) at Codman Square Library, Boston.
- Small Group Lead
- An ESL Teacher
Volunteering Role Description
Small Group Lead
- Works with up to three students during the class to help them review and practice the lessons taught by the teachers including interview questions, writing and reading simple English sentences
Required Skills/ Qualifications:
- Entry-level volunteering position, No prior experience is necessary
- Teaches English in Citizenship classes
Required Skills/ Qualifications
- Prior teaching or tutoring experience. Citizenship class tutoring experience preferred
- Knowledge of the citizenship interview requirements, questions, and interviewer expectations
General Preferences for all the volunteering roles
- Who will be a great fit for the roles? Anyone from a rising junior in high school to retired individuals who are passionate about teaching and supporting immigrants to thrive in the US
- Must be either
A US citizen (or)
Immigrants who have been through the US citizenship process personally or know about the process through their family or friend(s) experience(s) are welcome.
- Location Preference: The ability to easily commute to class sites is needed for the in-person classes
* Training will be provided by St. Mark Education Program for all the volunteering roles prior to the program commencement.
*Please visit our website https://www.stmarksesol.org/programs to know more about our different programs and volunteering opportunities.
Apply here: https://www.stmarksesol.org/volunteer-application
About St Mark Community Education
25 Beach Street, Dorchester, MA 02122, US
Our mission is to improve the quality of immigrants' lives and their social, economic, and educational opportunities -- and thereby improve our whole community. Through improving English abilities and becoming citizens, our adult students can advocate for themselves and their families, gain better employment, further their educations, participate in the U.S. political process and public life, and negotiate their interactions with immigration, health care, schools, and other U.S. institutions.
The St. Mark Community Education Program is both an ESOL program and a Citizenship program for adult immigrants and refugees. The ESOL program offers 4 classes at 4 levels, taught evenings to accommodate the schedules of working adults. The Citizenship program prepares applicants for all parts of the citizenship interview and provides supportive resources for those who would like to apply.
690 Washington StreetBoston, MA 02124
August 23, 2022
- Literacy / Reading
- Teaching / Instruction
- English as a Secondary Language (ESL)
- Adult Education
- 2 hours per week