Stage posté par Center for Collaborative Education
Publié le : 10 déc. 2012
About the WELLTR Project
WELLTR is an innovate teacher preparation program designed to increase the number of licensed English as a Second Language teachers in the Worcester Public Schools in order to better serve English Language Learners (ELL) in both general education and Sheltered English Instruction (SEI) classrooms. WELLTR Resident Teachers take Masters-level courses on site in the district, work closely with a teacher mentor in the classroom, and engage in a cohort professional learning community to share effective practices and problem solve challenges. WELLTR is a partnership of the Worcester Public Schools, Center for Collaborative Education, and Cambridge College. WELLTR aims to be a pipeline of high quality teachers of ELL students in the Worcester Public Schools, working to transform schools for equitable and high achievement of ELL students.
WELLTR interns will work under the direction of the WELLTR Project Director and WELLTR Project Management Team. Interns and will have the opportunity to help shape programming for this recently launched initiative in a time of innovative change in policy in serving ELLs equitably in Massachusetts.
Communications and Outreach: Update and create new WELLTR outreach and communications materials to support WELLTR public relations and programming, with duties as follows:
Program Development: Assist the WELLTR team in the planning and execution of WELLTR's current cohort and upcoming cohort, with duties as follows:
Additional areas of potential work for WELLTR Interns:
The ideal candidate for the position of WELLTR Intern should have the following qualifications:
The mission of the Center for Collaborative Education (CCE) is to transform schools to ensure that all students succeed. We believe that schools should prepare every student to achieve academically and make a positive contribution to a democratic society. CCE partners with public schools and districts to create and sustain effective and equitable schools. We fulfill this mission in four primary ways:
The Center for Collaborative Education is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
Dates and Hours
Compensation: Interns receive a $500 stipend ($250/semester during the school year). Depending on school requirements, it may also be possible to earn course credit.
Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to S. Ottow at email@example.com