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English Teaching Internship Position

English Teaching Internship Position:

Three English teaching positions are available, with opportunities to teach beginner, intermediate and advanced levels. Internships are unpaid and are a minimum of 3 months (with 6 month or 9 month options as well). You will be teaching a 3-month intensive English course at the University Hassan II Faculty of Science and Technique in Mohammedia to undergraduate, graduate, doctoral students and possibly, faculty. As an intern, you will be responsible for elaborating a syllabus and developing lesson plans of your choosing, (syllabus approval will be necessary). The purpose of the English courses are to assist individuals in achieving their academic and career goals, university students do not receive credit for this course. You will be working closely with the HAF team at the Center in Mohammedia, who will help provide guidance and knowledge. This is a full-time position, with approximately 20 hours of in-class teaching per week.

English teaching interns will gain insight into the High Atlas Foundation's operations and activities in Morocco while gaining valuable teaching experience with a group of non-native English speakers.

 
Qualifications:

Interns should be education majors/minors or have previous teaching/education experience. Although a teaching license is not required, experience with youth, teaching ESL/EFL, or education training is preferred.

All interns are be expected to display:

-    Thorough attention to detail
-    Excellent written and oral communication skills in English with at least basic French or Arabic
-    Ability to work in a multicultural environment
-    Capacity to manage multiple tasks simultaneously

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