Professional Development Opportunity for Tutors in the Regions
 
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Ad title: Professional Development Opportunity for Tutors in the Regions
Provided by: Peace Corps
Published: Dec 21 / Deadline: Jan 20
Peace Corps Georgia is interested in identifying qualified Georgian language tutors for Peace Corps Volunteers in ten regions to support the on-going language learning process for our American Volunteers serving in Georgia. We are seeking candidates who live in Shida Kartli, Kvemo Kartli, Kakheti, Imereti, Guria, Samegrelo, Ajara, Racha-Lechkhumi, Kvemo Svaneti, Samtskhe-Javakheti, or Mtskheta-Mtianeti who are interested in being trained as Georgian language tutors.

This announcement seeks interested candidates to participate in a two- day tutor training workshop. If selected to participate, all fees related to the training will be covered by Peace Corps. Participants will receive training in Peace Corps’ language teaching methods and approaches and will become certified tutors for Peace Corps Volunteers whom Peace Corps will recommend to future Volunteers.

Minimum requirements for applicants:

** Residence in one of the above mentioned regions
** Bachelor’s or master’s degree in English/Georgian Philology or in related discipline.
** Good command of both Georgian and English languages.
** At least one year of experience in teaching a language.
** Availability for tutorials for volunteers throughout the year, as needed.
** Previous experience in teaching foreigners the Georgian language is an asset, but not a requirement.

Interested Applicants should send statement Cover letter which addresses all of the above requirements and their Curriculum Vitae the following address: vacancy@ge.peacecorps.gov

Deadline for submission: January 20, 2018.

Only short list candidates will be contacted.

Peace Corps initiated its program in Georgia in 2001 and has Volunteers working in English Education and Individual and Organizational development assignments. Since that time, over 500 Volunteers have served in Georgia, exchanging skills with their counterparts, supervisors and community members; sharing American culture; and taking a part of Georgian culture back home to the United States.
 
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