The demands for TESOL/TEFL tutors in the regional school districts has recently surged. These TESOL/TEFL students are in such demand that they may ask for reimbursement for tutoring; in other words the demand for them has surpassed their time availability in terms of volunteering and service learning needs.
Once you have completed this information, your position announcement information will be sent by email directly to TESOL and TEFL students.
Please understand that completing this form will not guarantee that you will have student volunteers. The information that you submit will be forwarded directly to TESOL/TEFL students, but they may not have the time or freedom to assist you due to other demands of their schooling.
There are numerous reasons to consider volunteering ESL students.
It helps you as a teacher-in-training build your teaching experience
and knowledge while providing opportunities to expand your knowledge
and performance begun in teacher education courses. Tutoring/assisting
helps the learners have more exposure to English in a sheltered
immersion environment. Also, it helps you build your resume
and skills set to prepare you for application to the College
WILLING TO VOLUNTEER?
Are you interested in volunteering to work with English language
If you are interested in volunteering to tutor, assist in ESL
courses, or other professional experience with English language
learners. Paid and unpaid volunteer opportunities are listed below. You may
contact the respective parties directly. Please be prepared
with an updated resume and portfolio of your work.
Need for ESL Tutoring: (posted 1/25/05)
The New Beginnings program has just received several new students who need help in English. The family comes from Korea , and consists of parents (the father is a Professor of Math Education at UW-EC—he does not need help but his wife does), and two children. Julia, 15 years old, and Tony, 13 years old, registered January 17 in Eau Claire South Middle School, and while they have studied English in Korea, they need additional work particularly in spoken English here in Eau Claire .
The New Beginnings program is located in the First Presbyterian Church of Eau Claire (although religion is not part of the program, the facilities are great!) at 2112 Rudolph Road , about two blocks from Memorial High School . Transportation can be arranged if needed. The program goes from 3:00 to 5:00, Tuesdays/Thursdays, and it serves the academic needs of about 25 youngsters, grades 3 – 12. Since it is a free program, made possible only through volunteers, there is no pay connected with it. However, university students interested in serving as tutor/mentor can receive service-learning credit and in many cases, credit toward Education requirements.
Application? If you are looking for service-learning credit , contact the Service-learning office for the necessary forms. Otherwise, please call me at the number below or send an email. I look forward to working with you.
Barbara Rolland tel: 839-9331 email: email@example.com