HANAC, Corona, Queens Evening Program
- Adhere to program mission, philosophy and goals
- Provide a positive, respectful, student-centered learning environment
- Respect adult learner and be aware and responsive to special needs and issues of the multi-cultural classroom.
- Develop and re-evaluate curriculum on an on-going basis in response to students’ needs educationally, psychologically and vocationally
- Utilize project based learning
- Utilize authentic material and technology
- Track and maintain student attendance
- Keep working folders of all students’ work and maintain and update individual student files and records
- Conference students to communicate student’s progress and plan with students steps necessary to attain goals
- Complete all required reports as requested by the Program Manager
- Participate in staff development in-house and as provided by other entities
- Collaborate with paralegal or attorney to ascertain participants’ eligibility and readiness for naturalization interview and test
- Attend staff meetings, seminars, and conferences
- Meet with case manager as needed to discuss student’s attendance and progress
- Prepare and participate in special projects as requested by the Program Manager
Qualifications Bachelor’s Degree in related field with minimum 3 years teaching ESL with knowledge of US history and government and/or Citizenship to adults; experience with student centered, project based classroom; an understanding of cultural differences; good interpersonal skills experience; excellent communication skills; ability to connect to the participants; ability to collaborate with others on staff; ability to maintain records and experience with assessment tools.
Week nights – Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays – 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Please respond with SHORT Cover letter and UPDATED resume to HR Director at
firstname.lastname@example.org or FAX to 212-840-8384.