Advisor Edy Rhodes and Professor Lynn Goldstein have been working with Fullbright Taiwan on this new opportunity. They’re looking for candidates from MIIS inparticular, so check it out! The full description is posed on Zocalo.
Opportunity to spend 11 months as Academic Advisors with the Fulbright English Teaching Assistants (ETA). You will work with Taiwanese Local English Teachers (LETs) on orientations, workshops, reports, teaching observations and consultations. Possibility to participate in the The Foundation for Scholarly Exchange (FSE) Research Group on “The Impact of International Exchange and Language Learning.” You must have had 2 years of teaching experience and your Master’s degree by the time you start the assignment. Duration of grant is normally 11 months starting August 1, 2013. Renewal might be considered.
2 awards – monthly stipend of NT$60000-NT$80000
(Commensurate with the educational degree and qualifications of the grantee)
Direct flight, round-trip economy-class air ticket
Travel reimbursement for the transportation costs incurred in traveling between location
Hotel accommodation reimbursement up to NT$2000 per night due to business travel between location.
Submit the following required documents to Zocalo through our On Campus Recruiting (OCR) Fulbright Foundation of Scholarly Exchange by March 17, 2013, midnight
– A statement of purpose in English for teacher training & research
– English CV (with your cell phone number or easy-to-be contacted number) and email address.
Only the finalists or top candidates for this position will be required to provide the following:
- Academic transcripts and degree certification (if you are in your final semester you can have a letter submitted by Edy Rhodes, your Academic Advisor that you are in good academic standing and anticipate graduating successfully in May 2013. You will then need to supply a letter from Records once your grades are submitted and processed in June 2013).
- Copy of R.O.C. ID card or the copy of passport of other English speaking countries
1. In late March, A Selection Committee reviews application documents.
2. Some candidates will have Skype interviews.
3. Candidates will then normally be notified by April 1.
MIIS Contact Edy Rhodes
ETA Taiwan Contact person:
Ms. Kelly Chang
The Foundation for Scholarly Exchange
2F, 45 Yanping South Road
Taipei 10043, Taiwan
Team Leaders will cultivate a variety of professional skills while gaining real world experience. The ideal candidate has a passion for international development, strong leadership skills, and a willingness to facilitate and manage a variety of program elements, including communication and outreach, program development, fundraising, updating and developing website content and social media sites, event scheduling and management, meeting planning and travel logistics and community engagement.
TES leadership is open to all MIIS students, from all departments and fields of study! Please send resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, March, 8th and visit our Team El Salvador blog.
Join the annual Monterey Institute Career Fair where you can network with over 100 employer representatives, learn about job and internship opportunities, and ask your questions regarding desired skills and knowledge areas for a career in your desired field. This is your opportunity to demonstrate your expertise and skills, network with professionals, present your “elevator pitch” and polished resume, and explore job opportunities!
Professor Tianmin Yu, retired faculty member from the Graduate School of Translation, Interpretation and Language Education, passed away in Beijing on February 12, 2013, at the age of 91. Prof. Yu joined the Monterey Institute in 1987 as the founding faculty member of the Chinese program of the then Department of Translation and Interpretation. Prior to coming to Monterey, Prof. Yu had taught at the United Nations Translators and Interpreters Program (now the Graduate School of Translation and Interpretation) of the Beijing Foreign Studies University. A dedicated and effective teacher, Prof. Yu was much respected and loved by his students and colleagues. He will be remembered.