Match Education, a non-profit education foundation based in Boston, is seeking to recruit Villanova University students who speak a foreign language to tutor ELL students in Boston, MA. The Match Corps and Match Teacher Residency are one-year urban education fellowship programs that pair recent college graduates from top universities with a small caseload of Match students with whom they work in small groups or 1-on-1 tutorials, providing close academic support and building relationships to foster the success of Match students. For more information, check here.
Asunto: La Caixa ha convocado 25 becas para estudios de doctorado en universidades españolas
En La Caixa ha convocado 25 becas para estudios de doctorado en universidades españolas.
Pueden encontrar la información de las citadas ayudas en la pág. web de La Caixa: http://obrasocial.lacaixa.es/ambitos/becas/doctoradoenespana_es.html
Les rogamos la difundan entre el profesorado de su Departamento. Así mismo, la información se encuentra en la página web de la UPV: http://www.ikerkuntza.ehu.es/p273-content/es/contenidos/ayuda_subvencion/vri_becas/es_vri_beca/vri_beca.html
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In order to promote Spanish language and culture in institutions of higher learning of the US, the Embassy of Spain-Trade Commission Miami, with the support of the Spanish Institute for Foreign Trade (ICEX) and EDUESPAÑA, has developed a program called "SiS Student Ambassadors." Click here for information regarding the Spanish Cultural Ambassador.
Click here to find out more about North American Language and Culture Assistants
More and more businesses work closely with companies in other countries. They need employers who can communicate in different languages and understand other cultures. No matter what career you choose, if you've learned a second language, you'll have a real advantage.
If you've ever thought of being a nurse, a doctor, a judge, an architect, a businessperson, an engineer, or a lawyer, you will multiply your chances for success if you speak more than one language. Professionals who know other languages are called on to travel and exchange information with people in other countries throughout their careers. Knowing more than one language enhances opportunities in government, business, medicine and health care, law enforcement, teaching, technology, the military, communications, industry social service, and marketing. An employer will see you as a bridge to new clients or customers if you know a second language.
Did you know that studying a second language can improve your skills and grades in math and English and can improve entrance exam scores-SATs, ACTs, GREs, MCATs, and LSATs?
Research has shown that math and verbal SAT scores climb higher with each additional year of foreign language study, which means that the longer you study a foreign language, the stronger your skills become to succeed in whatever career you choose. Studying a foreign language can improve your analytic and interpretative capacities. And a major in a language will catch the eye of anyone reading your resume.
Connect with other cultures. Get an insider's view of another culture and a new view of your own. Knowledge of other cultures will help you expand your personal horizons and become a responsible citizen. Your ability to talk to others and gather information beyond the world of English will contribute to your community and your personal confidence and growth.
North American Language and Culture Assistants in Spain
Offers teaching assistantships in K-12 schools throughout Spain to help to develop cultural understanding between the citizens of Spain and the United States of America and Canada, and to increase Spanish students' knowledge of English (or French) and North American culture.
Eligible: US and Canadian citizens who are native speakers of English or French, graduating seniors or recent alumni. Intermediate-level Spanish is required; previous teaching experience or experience living abroad may be an advantage.
Click here Deadline: April 2, 2013