[act-ma] Boston Intepreters Collective is seeking Volunteer English Teachers and Community Interpreters

Corry Banton corryb8 at yahoo.com
Sat Jan 23 08:57:32 PST 2010


The Boston Interpreters Collective is seeking volunteer English language teachers interested in popular education and creating a multilingual society, all levels of teaching experience welcome.  Our English classes are designed to promote language learning and action - we are looking for volunteers who can commit to at least one, two-hour class per week from mid-February until early May, 2010. 
 
English for Parent Participation at Mary Curley School, Jamaica Plain
Wednesday & Thursday 8:30-10:30am
 
English and Technology for Community Organizing Language at South Boston en Accion, South Boston
Tuesday & Thursday 11am-1pm
 
The BIC is also seeking bilingual people interested in participating in interpretation and training for progressive communities in the Boston area.  
 
If you would be interested in joining or learning more about us, please contact us at interpreters.collective at gmail.com or call Corry 617.999.0888.
 
The Boston Interpreters Collective is dedicated to promoting a multilingual society by eliminating language barriers and building community. We work toward social justice by supporting community organizing through our interpretation services and language classes and popular education workshops. Our collective is committed to promoting equal rights for all by addressing root causes of oppression.


      
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