Information Sessions at the Career Center: Teach in Vietnam, PULSE, and St. Ann’s School

teachersforvietnamTeachers for Vietnam: TFV is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the teaching of English in Vietnamese colleges and universities. Teachers for Vietnam brings teachers of English as a Second Language (ESL) into classrooms which otherwise would not be exposed to native speakers. Teachers for Vietnam thus enriches the educational and pre-professional development of Vietnamese students. An important component of our mission is promoting greater contact, understanding, and friendship between the peoples of Vietnam and the United States. American teachers at Vietnamese universities accomplish these goals in a direct, personal way and have a lasting impact on their students. The teachers themselves are also transformed by their experiences in Vietnam. (12:00p on Wednesday, February 5; 41 Wyllys Avenue)

 

PULSE logo 150 by 150 pixels copyPULSE (Pittsburgh Urban Leadership Service Experience): PULSE (Pittsburgh Urban Leadership Service Experience) cultivates a community of young servant leaders to transform Pittsburgh. We invite talented university graduates to partner with nonprofits for a year of service and leadership. PULSE participants (PULSErs) work in a Pittsburgh non-profit, live with other participants in intentional community and participate in ongoing training and development. Through all our activities, we equip and develop young people to be civic and community leaders with a heart for service. (12:00p on Friday, February 7; Usdan 136)

 

st.annsschoolSt. Ann’s School: Saint Ann’s School is an innovative, progressive private independent school in Brooklyn, NY, with a proud history of educating young people in a unique way.  They have a great story to tell, and are looking for Wesleyan seniors who are passionate about their majors, areas of study, and teaching, to pass their passion along to young people. (7:00p on Monday, February 10; Olson Commons)

 

Jelisa Adair

I am the Civic Engagement Fellow for 2013-2014. While a student at Wesleyan I double majored in Psychology and Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and completed a joint thesis during my senior year. I am interested in issues of social justice, mental health, media, and global welfare. 

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