Oportunidad de voluntariado
Oportunidad de voluntariado publicado por: Community Impact at Columbia University
Creado en: 07/09/2011
GED teachers instruct low-income neighborhood adults in high school level classes to prepare them to take the GED official exam. Volunteer teachers must commit to one 2 hour class per week for a 12 week semester. Subjects include: Science , Math, Reading/Writing and Social Studies . You may sign up for either ONE morning session (10:30-1pm Monday-Thursday ) or ONE evening session (6-8pm Monday-Thursday). Strong English skills are required, as well as an interest in teaching, energy, motivation, and commitment to get involved and make a positive difference in the community. Teachers are required to attend at least 3 training sessions on Friday evenings during the term. No experience is necessary though some teaching preferred. You must either have a college degree or be currently matriculating at an accredited college.
The Fall 2011 semester runs from Oct. 3rd to Dec. 8th 2011. Teachers are recruited on a rolling basis, so send your resume in today!
The GED Program is part of Community Impact's J.E.E.P. comprehensive adult education and workforce development network which helps adults move toward college and employment opportunities with livable wages.