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  • English Teaching (ESL) Fellow


    By: Jill Elias < Show E-mail >

    Date: Fri, 23 Mar 2018

    Location: Rwanda (Africa)

    Village Fellows Program Overview:

    The Village Fellows program of the Agahozo-Shalom Youth Village places 8 international volunteers (“Fellows”) at our site in Rwanda. Fellows spend 12 months living and working in the Village; they are placed into professional roles and work together with Rwandan staff to support existing programs and help develop new systems and programs. They become an integral part of the staff team that enables the Village to fulfill its goal of providing a nurturing home and exemplary formal and informal education to our kids.

    In addition to their professional role, most Fellows join a family and serve as a mentor to 16-24 teenage students who are in their first year of living in the Village. Fellows (in this role called “Cousins") work hand-in-hand with Family Mothers and counselors to create a loving and supportive family and home environment for our teens.

    Additionally, Fellows lead and support many of the Enrichment Programs and special events offered in the Village after school and during the evenings.

     

    English Teaching (ESL) Fellow – The English Teaching (ESL) Fellow will support the Village’s English Language Learners (ELL), providing English Enrichment at the Liquidnet Family High School (LFHS) and support for teachers to expand English language literacy (speaking, listening, reading, and writing). Duties will include teaching daily English instruction for “Enrichment Year” (entering 9th graders), designing assessments to track progress, and collaborating with LFHS staff to integrate a comprehensive English curriculum. The Fellow will manage the two Village libraries and work to create an overall culture of exciting, engaging, English enrichment. This Fellow is also encouraged to serve as the adviser for the Student Government. Experience teaching English language learners is preferred. Candidates with TESOL certification, second language learners and/or certificated (licensed) teachers are highly encouraged to apply. 

     

    General Qualifications & Requirements*:

    Before applying, please review the following requirements:

    Each candidate should possess an undergraduate and/or advanced degree, have experience with youth development and multicultural/international programs, and must be willing to devote 12-months to living and working in the Village, understanding that work days include evenings and weekends.

    An ideal candidate would have the following qualities:

    • Excellent communication and organizational skills
    • Fluency and proficiency in spoken English
    • Ability to balance various jobs and tasks
    • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision or guidance
    • Interest in working for a development project and collaborating with local and international staff
    • Ability to adapt to different cultures and work styles
    • Strong sense of responsibility and integrity
    • Flexibility, patience, resilience, determination, strong leadership
    • Ideological affinity with the mission, goals and philosophy of the Agahozo-Shalom Youth Village

    * Note: Please include additional qualities that would make you an ideal candidate in your cover letter. 

     

    Compensation:

    The Agahozo-Shalom Youth Village provides all Village Fellows with room and board, a monthly stipend, comprehensive medical and evacuation insurance, Rwandan visa, and round-trip airfare to Rwanda. Fellows are responsible for all other costs not listed above (i.e. passport, immunizations, etc.).

    HOW TO APPLY

    jill@asyv.org

    http://asyv.org

    To initiate the process, please send a resume and a 1-page cover letter to jill@asyv.org by April 20, 2018. Eligible candidates will go through an interview process. As a second step in the process, applicants will be invited to complete an application online. Due to a high volume of applicants, only those selected for interviews will be contacted. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until positions are filled.

     

     

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