Career Services Internship Opportunities

Reading and Writing Teachers for Adult Education Program

Description: Literacy Partners is seeking interns to serve as reading and writing teachers for an adult education program. Teachers will: • Teach reading and writing in small groups (3-4 students) using project-based learning techniques • Participate in a 3-day orientation in January, 2015 • Work 2-3 days/week, choosing between Monday-Thursday, 6pm-9pm, January 27-May 13 • Follow reading and writing lesson plans as provided by the program coordinator • Build a caring and nurturing classroom environment that celebrates and praises students • Work closely with program coordinator and social worker to ensure that students are making progress in reading and writing

Salary Unknown
Type of Opportunity Internship
Location New York, NY
Degree Wanted Any
Field of Study Any, Education, Liberal Arts & Sciences
Field of Study
Special Skills & Requirements This internship is perfect for those undergraduate and graduate students looking to: • Gain experience in teaching/working in an educational setting • Gain experience in non-profit management • Gain experience in curriculum development • Understand how education data is collected and analyzed and evaluated • Be part of an incredible community service and community empowerment project Internship dates are January 27 – May 13th, 2-3 days/week, Monday-Thursday, 6pm-9pm.
Company Name Literacy Partners
Contact: Fatima Ashraf
Address: 30 E 33rd Street 6th Floor NY NY 10016
About the Company: Literacy Partners ( is a non-profit organization that provides adult education classes for individuals working towards a GED. Our classes are held Monday – Thursday, 6pm-9pm. Going back to school is a very courageous and challenging thing to do for adults, especially for those who were failed by the k-12 school system and have literacy levels below 8th grade. Our students are strivers – they made a conscious decision to improve their reading, writing, and math skills and are often looked upon by their community members as leaders. Their reasons for going back to school are diverse but include: wanting to read to kids/grandkids, wanting to get a better job to support family, wanting to turn life around. Our students also face great difficulties. Many work several jobs and attend classes. Many are sole providers for their families. Many are formerly incarcerated, immigrants, public housing residents, and/or live below the poverty line here in NYC.
How To Apply: Please email statement of interest (1-2 paragraphs) and resume and 3 references to:


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