We seek employees who share and demonstrate enthusiasm for our vision of foreign language advancement and cultural understanding. If you would like to contribute your knowledge and skills to a collaborative environment, we encourage you to submit an application.
Applications for desk staff are currently closed. Please check back in Spring and Summer 2020 to view if there are any openings.
Peer tutor candidates are recommended by language departments and programs, and then reviewed by the CSLC using the criteria listed below. To begin the application process, speak to your foreign language professor, or contact the relevant faculty liaison.
- Minimum Criteria:
- At least sophomore status
- Advanced foreign language proficiency (enrollment/completion of coursework at the 3000-level or higher, proficient ACTFL OPI testing scores, or native speaking status)
- Nomination by a foreign language faculty member in the relevant foreign language department
- Additional (Preferred) Criteria:
- Study abroad experience in the relevant language
- Declared foreign language major(s) or minor(s)
- Participation in other CSLC language events, activities and programs
- Attend the CSLC New Tutor Orientation during the first week of the semester
- Complete a training course with reading and written assignments, and an on site training session
- Submit tutor reports in a timely manner
- Follow the CSLC Peer Tutoring protocol and guidelines for tutoring sessions
- Maintain a high level of professionalism
Please contact the appropriate CSLC academic liaison to indicate your interest.
- East Asian Languages and Cultures
- German and Russian Languages and Literatures
- Irish Language and Literature
- Mary O'Callaghan (Irish)
- Romance Languages and Literatures
EAP Post-Doctoral Appointment
Please contact the EAP Program at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in learning about the details of this position.
Staff and faculty positions
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