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  • Fun, Energetic ESL Teacher with MSed in TESOL/14 yrs. exp.- Central/South America/Spain

    By: Nicole < Show E-mail >

    Date: Fri, 24 Aug 2018

    Location: Colombia (South America)

    EC English Language Center, Los Angeles — English as a Second Language (ESL) TeacherMARCH 2017 – FEBRUARY 2018, JULY 2018 – PRESENT

    • Create and implement daily curriculum for college-level and adult English Language Learners (ELLs), including students from Japan, South Korea, Brazil, Turkey, France, Saudi Arabia, and Russia

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    • Collaborating with the Director of Studies to make EC a safer learning environment for LGBTQ students

    • Awarded Teacher of the Month (November 2017) for my “sensitivity towards students’ needs”

      IELTS- English Language Center, Los Angeles — IELTLS InvigilatorMAY 2018 – PRESENT

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      University of Southern California Student Services Contact Center, Los Angeles — Student Services AdvisorFEBRUARY 2018 – JULY 2018

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      The Unlimited Actor, Los Angeles — Certified Level 2 TeacherJUNE 2015 – FEBRUARY 2018

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      Timeless Language Center, Los Angeles — English as a Second Language (ESL) TeacherAPRIL 2015 – DECEMBER 2016

    • Created and implemented week-long curriculum for Japanese high school students

    GENY-NYC, New York City — English as a Second Language (ESL) TeacherSEPTEMBER 2011 – OCTOBER 2013

    • Created and implemented daily Accent Reduction curriculum for adults

    Department of Education, New York City — Personnel Committee Member, Advisor, English as a Second Language (ESL) TeacherSEPTEMBER 2004 – APRIL 2011

    • Created and implemented daily curriculum

    • Counseled and advised 16 at-risk immigrant and refugee high school students weekly on their academic and interpersonal goals

    • Conducted weekly workshops ranging from sex and health education to mental wellness and goal-setting

    • Secured political asylum for Salvadorian high school student on the basis of his sexual orientation

    • Evaluated and reviewed prospective faculty’s applications, interviewed and hired qualified candidates quarterly

    • Consulted on Personnel Committee on a monthly basis, and advised on leaves of absences, policies, and procedures

    • Created and monitored the International High School at Prospect Heights’ first Gay Straight Alliance to foster a school environment that

      was safe and welcoming for all students, and coordinated meetings and events

    • Advised LGBTQ and questioning students weekly on the complexities of coming out and living as a LGBTQ person

    • Organized and coordinated high school students for immigrant and refugee/LGBTQ rights rallies all over New York State

    • Created and organized an annual poetry slam for 100 high school students, which culminated in the top 10 competing in a slam at New

      York City’s Bowery Poetry Club

    • Collaborated on and implemented interdisciplinary curriculum for immigrant and refugee high school students

    • Organized and chaperoned annual school dances and senior trips

    • Directed 30 students for a performance at the NYC Student Shakespeare Festival, and created and implemented monologue and

      performance curriculum

      Means Language Center, Los Angeles — Business English (ESL) TeacherSEPTEMBER 2010 – OCTOBER 2010


    Provide assessment and make recommendations for how students can achieve their level test goals


    Advocate for the advancement of students who exceed level requirements


    Invigilate the IELTS test


    Check candidate IDs, check-in candidate belongings


    Provide guidance by telephone and email to prospective and current graduate students regarding financial aid


    Investigate student inquiries and provide solutions


    Taught music, color and free-style movement energy exercises to open clients to their creative zone and desired presence


    Assessed client’s progress during class and modify program to suit their needs


    Counseled clients on their interpersonal and professional goals

    • Created and implemented weekly Business English curriculum for private adult lessons

    Osseo School District Summer Program, Osseo, Minnesota — Theatre TeacherAUGUST 2000

    • Created and implemented a daily intensive scene study and improvisation curriculum for middle school students

    Cross-Cultural Solutions, Ho, Ghana — English as a Second Language (ESL) TeacherJUNE 2000

    • Created and implemented daily English and Math curriculum for 40 middle and high school vocational students

    World Horizons, Peji Baye, Costa Rica — English as a Second Language (ESL) TeacherAUGUST 1997

    • Created and implemented daily curriculum for second grade studentsEDUCATION

    William Esper Studio, New York, New York – Meisner TechniqueJUNE 2011 – MAY 2013

    L.I.U., Brooklyn, New York – M.S. Education, specializing in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) SEPTEMBER 2004 – SEPTEMBER 2005

    Macalester College, St. Paul, Minnesota – B.A.SEPTEMBER 1998 – MAY 2002

    Antioch College Buddhist Studies in India, Bodh Gaya, India/ Kathmandu, Nepal – Buddhist Studies Independent ResearchSEPTEMBER 2000 – DECEMBER 2000

    New York University/University of Amsterdam New York/ Amsterdam, The Netherlands – Course in Media & GlobalizationJUNE 1999 – AUGUST 1999

    Oxford University, Oxford, England – Courses in Developmental Psychology & Shakespeare Through PerformanceJUNE 1996 – AUGUST 1996

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