The ways you can get involved are limited only by the gifts God has given you! This list has some examples. You can read through the entire list below, or use the filter to hone in on what is a good fit for you. Once you’re familiar with the different roles, click on the Apply button and let us know which you are interested in!
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You serve a key position as a small group discussion facilitator for internationals during our weekly, in-home, dinner & discussions.
Teach English as a Second Language (ESL) to adult Internationals from all over the world so they can function more fully in the United States and ultimately experience the hope of eternal life. Don’t worry if you don’t have experience. As long as you can speak English and love internationals, we will train you, get you a co-teacher, and set you two up for success. with a small group of students who are on a specific level (from Beginner to Advanced). Curriculum provided.
To help an ESL Teacher as they teach and care for internationals in their class.
When students sign up for English classes, they need to be assessed in order to determine what level they should be in. The assessment process is a short interview, using a script.
When students sign up for English classes, they need to be assessed in order to determine what level they should be in. The assessment process is a short interview, using a script. The lead assessor should be able to conduct interviews, but has the primary role of coordinating with other assessors to spread around the load of new students and ensuring they have the tools necessary to conduct assessments.
Come help us lead this popular ministry. In full disclosure: it won’t bring you fame & fortune (well, not in this life…).
This technical expert must have formal ESL training. They work with the ESL Program Lead to help us ever work toward a quality level of English instruction. We are not primarily a secular English school, however, we do want to provide excellent value to our students.
Like hosting in a home, help our English students feel welcome and get to their class. Free up the School Leader to visit teachers & internationals in classes.
Link’s social media channels and the rest of its digital marketing is primarily focused on those we are serving: internationals! So this person seeks to engage with existing and new internationals in the CSRA to serve them and encourage engagement in our activities. You will work with the Link Director and other leaders to help get direction for content and more detailed communication goals. We hope you have ideas, too! It will help if you have experience in this area (or at least like social media…). It also doesn’t hurt if you’re not afraid to try new things. Our international friends are not always on the same channels that we are!
There are so many amazing stories that our international friends have. We have a few ourselves since we love to showcase what we see God doing. Would you help us tell those stories? Video is great, but it doesn’t have to be limited to that. You would work with our Director, Social Media Coordinator, and others.
Want more info? Let us know, we would love to hear from you!