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ESL Opportunity in Syracuse for Graduate/Law Students
Come out next week and join SUPRA (Syracuse University Program for Refugee Assistance) for a chance to make a difference in your community!
SUPRA provides English classes to refugees in our community. We are currently looking for new teachers who have a desire to make an impact. No prior ESL experience is required! Our affiliate, North Side Learning Center, provides all teachers with training, materials and classroom support. All you need to do is commit to one night a week! And please keep in mind, even if you cannot make a firm commitment at this time, the training will not obligate you to anything.
Classes take place at North Side Learning Center, 501 Park St., where cultures from all over the globe merge together. Our training session will be held next Friday (Sept. 19) from 5:30-8 p.m. at the NSLC. For those who cannot make next Friday, we are setting up an additional training time.
Classes throughout the semester will be held on Monday, Wednesday and Friday nights from 5:30-8 p.m. No car? No problem! SUPRA organizes carpools from campus, so don’t worry about the transportation.
If you have any further questions or would like to be added to the SUPRA listserv, please send an email to email@example.com or SUPRA president and Maxwell School student Eric Horvath at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact: Patrick Blood
Syracuse University Program For Refugee Assistance (SUPRA)