Hospice Sunflower Days On-Street Collector
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Requirements:TU Dublin Student with a passion for teaching English & welcoming migrants
Want to welcome migrants into Ireland through English language classes online?
Failte Isteach run by Third Age Ireland is a great way of supporting migrants into Ireland through volunteering activity.
We need 2 more student volunteers from TU Dublin, to join together with our existing volunteer teaches to run and teach a weekly English class for group of migrants on a group and individual basis over zoom.
The time commitment is approx. 2 hours/ week and importantly it should work around your schedule.
Third Age offer training and ongoing support including toolkits and teaching resources to all new groups and you will be supported by TU Dublin Student Volunteering team too.
"Our TU Dublin Failte Isteach project has had a big impact on me. It's a fantastic mix of an educational and cultural exchange. I have loved engaging with such a culturally diverse group of people from all around the world. We learn a lot from our students, and in turn, we help them practice their English language skills whilst introducing them to our country and culture. It is also a great way for our student volunteers to meet new people who are also navigating their new lives in Ireland. We have created a lovely little community. It has even resulted in some new friendships between our students!! I'm very happy to be a part of this project."
- Saskia Ryan,TU Dublin Student volunteer, Failte Isteach English class teacher
Is training provided?: Yes
Tasks that the volunteer(s) will be expected to undertake:
- Lesson planning as a team of volunteers
- Delivering a weekly class online on Wednesday mornings for one hour
- Evaluating how the classes are progressing as part of the student volunteer team.
Skills required for this role:
You do not need to have a qualification as an English teacher but must have a very good level of fluency, understanding the nuances of the language as an english speaker. You must be keen to teach people the language, prepared to do lesson planning and be confident in front of small groups and enthusiastic about welcoming people to Ireland and helping them to feel settled and more independent.
Details of time commitment needed for role:
To be confirmed for Semester two 2021/22
Minimum time commitment per week:
2 hour p/week
Additional screening required for this role:
You will meet with the existing volunteer team to ensure that you are a good fit for the volunteering role before joining this activity.
If you have any questions about this role please feel free to get in touch:
Name: Claire Flannery
Address: TU Dublin , TU Dublin City Campus, Aungier St, Dublin D02 HW71
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