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  • 11 May 2011 5:14 PM | Anonymous
    Northeast Middle School .4 FTE French middle school teacher

    Edison High School .4 FTE at Edison High School

    South High School .8 FTE French teacher at South High School in Minneapolis.

    Submit an online application and cover letter on the MPS Human Resources website.   http://humanresources.mpls.k12.mn.us/employment.html   
    MPS Human Resources 612-668-0500

    Apply by June 2011
  • 11 May 2011 5:12 PM | Anonymous
    Patrick Henry High School 1.0 FTE Chinese teacher in IB High School.

    Submit an online application and cover letter on the MPS website.

    http://humanresources.mpls.k12.mn.us/employment.html
    MPS Human Resources 612-668-0500
    Apply by June 2011
  • 11 May 2011 5:11 PM | Anonymous
    Patrick Henry High School .4  FTE Chinese teacher; this position could be combined with the .2 FTE  Chinese teacher position at Elizabeth Hall Int'l Elementary School.

    Submit your application and cover letter on line at the Minneapolis Public Schools website.

    http://humanresources.mpls.k12.mn.us/employment.html
    MPS Human Resources 612-668-0500
    Apply by June 2011
  • 11 May 2011 5:09 PM | Anonymous
    Apply by June 2011

    .2 FTE Chinese FLES teacher, Elizabeth Hall International Elementary School

    http://humanresources.mpls.k12.mn.us/employment.html    612-668-0500
  • 11 May 2011 5:08 PM | Anonymous
    Minneapolis Public Schools, June 2011

    .6 FTE Arabic at Roosevelt High School and .4 FTE at Sanford Middle School in South Minneapolis.

    http://humanresources.mpls.k12.mn.us/employment.html
    MPS Human Resources 612-668-0500
  • 03 May 2011 9:00 PM | Anonymous

    ISE, a nonprofit educational organization based in Minneapolis, seeks language teachers to place students from Spain with host families.  The students will be in MN from June 25-July 30. 

    Position description:  Local coordinators recruit host families to host by talking to their students and parents of students about the opportunity.  This is a great way to have an ever-lasting impact on your community by providing students and families with a cross cultural experience right in their own home. 

    ISE will provide materials such as applications, literature about hosting, a DVD and posters to promote the program.  Local coordinators will be paid a volunteer stipend based on their involvement in the program, which can be minimal to extensive.  This is not a full time summer position.  In fact, the ongoing duties during the summer  can be quite minimal.

    English is the common language so families do not need to speak Spanish and students studying any other language can host!

    For more information: contact Kristi: 612.436.8260 or Kristi@isemn.org. Also visit our website: http://www.isemn.org/programs/us-hosting.html
  • 03 May 2011 9:00 PM | Anonymous
    THE BLAKE SCHOOL
    MANDARIN TEACHER OPENING
    Part Time
    Upper School
    2011-2012 School Year


    The Blake School seeks to hire a dynamic and engaging part-time Mandarin teacher to teach in the Upper School (grades 9-12) and to work collaboratively and develop curricula with the Mandarin staff.  The ideal candidate will have experience with and enthusiasm for interacting cross-culturally, a strong desire to work with high school students and demonstrated interest and skills in curriculum development and Mandarin pedagogy.

    At Blake, our language classes typically have 14-16 students at the Middle School and Upper School levels.  Because Mandarin was first introduced into the Blake curriculum in 2006-07, the upper level classes have been providing these students with small group instruction at the more advanced level, perhaps in anticipation of the AP in Mandarin Language. Many courses throughout the School (Pre-kindergarten through 12 grade) include content related to China and Chinese history or literature.  It is our hope that the teacher would be eager to collaborate with other colleagues to enrich the learning for students in other disciplines or divisions, as well.   

    The Blake School is a pre-kindergarten through grade 12, co-educational, nonsectarian, independent day school enrolling 1,384 bright, talented students from nearly 56 Twin Cities-area communities. Founded in 1900, The Blake School has the advantage of three campuses (Minneapolis, Hopkins and Wayzata) each with its own facilities designed for specific ages, schedules and activities. The mission of the school is to provide students with an excellent, academically challenging education in a diverse and supportive community committed to a common set of values. For more information on The Blake School, please visit Blake's Web site at: [ http://www.blakeschool.or ]http://www.blakeschool.org.

    The Blake School believes that a diverse society enriches all individuals and communities. Diversity of race, ethnicity, national origin, geography, religion, gender, affectional or sexual orientation, age, physical ability, and marital, parental or economic status forms the fabric of our society. As a result of these beliefs, The Blake School actively seeks students, families and employees who value and contribute to the fullness of a diverse community within the context of its mission. In doing so, we recognize our responsibility to help make each person's experience a success.

    Send cover letter and resume to Joni Starr, Personnel Assistant, The Blake School, 110 Blake Road South, Hopkins, MN 55343 or via email to [ mailto:jstarr@blakeschool.or ]jstarr@blakeschool.org. Letter(s) of recommendation and unofficial transcripts are welcome, but not required at the initial stage of the hiring process. EOE
  • 19 Apr 2011 10:35 AM | Anonymous
    Contribute to greater international understanding by offering exchange students the chance to realize their dream of attending an American high school for an academic year. Exchange students learn through experience about living in America while their host families and schools benefit by learning first hand about the customs and perspectives of the student in their care.

    Join the staff of The Laurasian Institution (TLI) in creating the very best exchange environment for both students and families. Take pride in working with colleagues who share your commitment to quality exchange. Benefit from the flexibility of setting your own schedules and time commitments.

    Selection of quality host schools and host families is key to achieving the program’s educational, cross-cultural, and public diplomacy goals, including helping the exchange student achieve familiarity with life in the U.S. and better understand American culture. Through your participation as a Local Coordinator you will be at the very heart of the program and a true ambassador for international understanding.
     
    The Local Coordinator has the following responsibilities:
    1.    Understand and comply with U.S. Department of State regulations governing high school exchange programs (will train);
    2.    Understand The Laurasian Institution’s program processes and quality expectations;
    3.    Identify quality high schools and secure permission to enroll TLI exchange students;
    4.    Identify, screen, interview, and confirm excellent host families for the exchange students;
    5.    Meet exchange students at the airport; orient the host families and students to the program and area;
    6.    Maintain monthly contact with host schools, host families, and exchange students; provide monthly reports to TLI regarding the students’ progress;
    7.    Arrange periodic gatherings of area exchange students; and
    8.    Send off the exchange student at end of program year.
     
    Desired Qualifications:
    1.    Experience living outside of the U.S. or working with people from other countries
    2.    Experience working with teenagers
    3.    Experience mediating or counseling different parties
    4.    Outgoing and connected to community

    This is not a full-time position.  Stipend: $1,000 expense stipend for each exchange student for whom LC is responsible.  Contact ayp@laurasian.org with questions.

    www.laurasian.org

    Apply by May 1, 2011
  • 15 Apr 2011 5:14 PM | Anonymous
    2 classes of ASL 1 at Hopkins High School anticipated.

    Contact Lisa Shafranski at 952.988.4661.

    http://www.hopkinsschools.org/
  • 15 Apr 2011 5:11 PM | Anonymous
    anticipated openings at North Junior High and West Junior High in Minnetonka.

    Contact Lisa Shafranski at 952.988.4661.

    http://www.hopkinsschools.org/
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