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The ESL Program has immediate openings for Part-Time English as a Second Language Teachers. Though our classes our leveled, ESL teachers should be comfortable working with all levels of ESL learners. Curriculum materials are provided, but teachers are expected to adapt and supplement our standard curriculum based on their learners’ goals as workers, family members, and community members. Volunteer classroom aides are used to assist in all of our classes, so teachers need to be comfortable managing volunteers in the classroom. Teachers also participate in program improvement and professional development activities.

ESL Teachers typically teach one or two classes, for a total of 8 or 16 hours per week. The class schedules are set for the duration of the year at the beginning of each program year, so the teaching schedule is rigid. Though most teachers choose to teach one class, it is possible to maintain a two class schedule as we run two shifts of classes (morning and evening). All activities, classes and staff meetings/training, occur on Zoom at this time. Teachers should be prepared to return to face-to-face instruction when it is deemed safe. All teacher resources are housed on a Google Drive, so teachers should have familiarity with Google Suite.

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