Internship Opportunities

Unfortunately, all of AWLCI's Spring and Summer internship opportunities are currently full.

Program Management Internship

Our Language Programs Coordination Internship provides interns with a unique opportunity to assist in the administration of a nonprofit organization. Some responsibilities will include: communicating with partner organizations and our students, recruiting instructors, and coordinating programs with other organizations. Our program will provide interns with extensive training and opportunities to develop teaching and leadership skills.  This is an unpaid position.

 

The ideal candidate will possess the following qualities:​

  • English Fluency

  • Proficiency in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Google Docs

  • Strong oral and written communication skills

  • A proactive work ethic and professional demeanor

  • Ability to work in a collaborative setting and willingness to accept constructive feedback

  • Interest in working with underserved immigrant populations

 

​ESOL/Adult Literacy and Curriculum Development Internship

Our ESOL/Adult Literacy Teaching and Curriculum Development Internship provides interns with a unique opportunity to work directly with the students in our ESOL courses and to assist in creating lesson plans for a variety of English levels. Interns will both aid in teaching our ESOL classes, and help to develop our curriculum. Interns will also be responsible for a variety of administrative tasks related to our language classes. Our program will provide interns with extensive training and opportunities to develop teaching and leadership skills.  This is an unpaid position.

 

The ideal candidate will possess the following qualities:​

  • English Fluency

  • Background or strong interest in teaching and education

  • Strong oral and written communication skills

  • A proactive work ethic and professional demeanor

  • Ability to work in a collaborative setting and willingness to accept constructive feedback

  • Interest in working with underserved immigrant populations and gaining experience teaching ESOL and literacy

 

 

 

Medical Spanish Teaching and Curriculum Development Internship:

 

Internship opportunities for individuals to teach Spanish in a medical context to health care professionals and design lesson plans for our immersive Medical Spanish classes through our Medical Spanish Teaching and Curriculum Development Internship. Interns will work with our team to create lesson plans for a variety of Spanish levels and receive training to tutor and teach students. This program will provide interns with extensive training and opportunities to develop teaching and leadership skills. Interns will also be responsible for administrative tasks related to our medical Spanish programs.  This is an unpaid position.

 

The ideal candidate will possess the following qualities:​

  • Strong oral communication skills

  • A proactive work ethic and professional demeanor

  • Ability to work in a collaborative setting and willingness to accept constructive feedback

  • Interest in helping Spanish-speaking individuals gain access to critical health care services

 

 

AES World Languages and Cultures Institute, Inc.

90 Canal Street, 4th Floor

Boston, MA 02114

general.info@awlci.org

Phone: 617-237-6487

 

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