Christian, a native of Texas, is a graduate student studying Educational Leadership (Politics & Advocacy) at NYU's Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development. He was recently awarded the NYU Wasserman Center for Career Development 's Funded Internship Award for his work at the ESU. The award recognizes outstanding students pursuing unpaid internships in the arts, education, public service and other not-for-profits. As part of the award, Christian will receive $1,000 in financial assistance. Congratulations, Christian, and thank you for all your hard work throughout this semester!
The ESU seeks an Education Department intern for Summer 2013. The internship provides an opportunity to participate in the day-to-day operations of an international, educational non-profit organization. Interns closely work with all members of the Education Department. They assist with a variety of ESU Education programs, including study aboard and debate programs and professional development opportunitites for teachers and students. Interns will work on various long-time and short-time projects and learn how to use a variety of programs, including Microsoft Publisher & Access, Adobe Acrobat Pro, Raiser's Edge and Survey Monkey.Perfect for a current university or graduate student in the New York City area interested in English and Education.
Qualifications: Interest in Education & English. Excellent communication, interpersonal, & organizational skills. Must be detail-oriented and able to work with Microsoft Office package (Word, Excel, etc.) and Adobe.Ability to work with Shakespeare texts essential. Previous experience working with teachers and/or students helpful, but not required.
Time Commitment: 10-15 hours per week
This position is an unpaid internship. College credit may be obtained. If transportation costs are not covered by your school, a NYC Metro card will be provided.
How to Apply: Please send a resume and short cover letter to Katharine Moran, Manager of Shakespeare Education Programs, at email@example.com. The position is open until filled, but early applications are much appreciated.
EiA, a program of the English-Speaking Union of the United States, matches non-native speakers with American volunteers for one-to-one conversation practice. English in Action is always looking for friendly new tutors. As an EiA Volunteer you will make a difference in your community, meet new people, share your culture and experiences, and learn about other cultures. English in Action may mean the beginning of a lifelong interest in a particular area of the world, or even a deeper understanding of one's own culture.
Qualifications: Volunteers need no formal training, just an interest in other languages and cultures and the willingness to befriend a newcomer.
Time commitment: 2 hours per week. Volunteer leadership positions available. Currently we are looking for tutors for Tuesday evenings and Saturday mornings.
How to Apply: If you are interested in becoming a volunteer tutor in New York City, please contact English in Action at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment. We encourage all prospective tutors to reserve a place at one of our weekly orientation sessions.