LINGUIST List 7.1743

Mon Dec 9 1996

Jobs: 2nd Language Acquisition/TESL, Summer Employment

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  1. Frank Li, 2nd Language Acquisition/TESL
  2. Minchew, 1997 Summer Employment at the World Bank, Washington, DC

Message 1: 2nd Language Acquisition/TESL

Date: 9 Dec 1996 13:08:36 U
From: Frank Li <frank_limacgate.csuchico.edu>
Subject: 2nd Language Acquisition/TESL

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I am posting the following announcement for Professor Christian
Todenhagen, so please respond to his e-mail account:

 ctodenhagenfacultypo.csuchico.edu

One-year, temporary appointment (with possibility of a
second-year extension) in second language acquisition and
teaching English to speakers of other languages. Teaching load:
four courses per semester to include courses in second language
acquisition where primary focus is to prepare teachers at all
levels to work with non-native speakers and courses in academic
English for non-native speakers. Qualifications include a
Ph.D. or ABD in applied Linguistics or TESL, training and
experience in teaching non-native students, curriculum
development, and a strong background in linguistics and second
language acquisition theory. Assistant Professor, salary range
is $37,000-$39,000. Starting date is August 1997. Mail letter
of application, dossier, and letters of recommendation to Karen
C. Hatch, Chair, Dept. of English, CSU, Chico, Chico, CA
95929-0830 by February 17, 1997. Any applications postmarked
after February 17, 1997 will be returned unopened.
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Message 2: 1997 Summer Employment at the World Bank, Washington, DC

Date: Mon, 09 Dec 96 12:22:47 CST
From: Minchew <Minchewact.org>
Subject: 1997 Summer Employment at the World Bank, Washington, DC

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 The Summer Employment Program (SEP) at the World Bank in
 Washington, DC, may be of interest students currently in graduate
 school and planning to return to graduate studies after
 participating in the SEP.

 All positions are in Washington, DC.

 Applications must be received by the Bank by January 31, 1997. NO
 EXCEPTIONS.

 The competition for these positions is keen; therefore, an early
 application is recommended.


 Daniel
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 Daniel Minchew minchewact.org
 Director
 ACT * American College Testing 202 223-2318 - Telephone
 One Dupont Circle, NW, # 340
 Washington, DC 20036-1170 202 293-2223 - Fax

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 The Summer Employment Program re-opened on December 2, 1996.

 SUMMER EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM

 The Summer Employment Program is the World Bank's only internship
 program. It is open to students who are nationals of the Bank's
 member countries. Each year a large number of highly qualified
 candidates apply to the Program.

 The World Bank does not offer unpaid or volunteer positions at any
 time. All Summer positions are located in Washington, D.C. The
 Summer Employment Program is not a means of entry into the World
 Bank. Summer Assistants' contracts will not be extended beyond
 the end of October, or converted to any other type of employment
 in the Bank until the Fall semester is completed.

 Candidates for the Program must possess a bachelor's degree,
 and be enrolled in a full-time graduate study program--pursuing a
 master's degree or a Ph.D., and must have plans to return as a
 full-time student in the Fall semester.

 The Program generally requires experience in business
 concentrations such as: economics, finance, and statistics. Needs
 also occur in other disciplines, such as: agriculture,
 environment, information systems, and social sciences. Candidates
 must have strong computer skills. Knowledge of World Bank Group
 languages (Arabic, Chinese, French, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish)
 is useful; fluency in English is required. Relevant work
 experience is an added advantage.

 The Bank pays a monthly salary to all Summer Assistants,
 and where applicable, provides a travel allowance to contribute
 towards travel expenses. Assistants are responsible for their
 own living accommodations.

 The Summer Employment Program office is open from December
 through June of each year.

 If you are interested in applying for the 1997 season, a
 detailed curriculum vitae must be received by the SEP by
 January 31, 1997.

 Interested candidates may send their inquiries to the
 attention of:

 The Summer Employment Program
 The World Bank
 1818 H Street, N.W.
 Washington, DC 20433 USA


 Summer Employment Program e-mail: sprogramworldbank.org

 Telephone: 202 473-0309



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