[PAST EVENT] The Global Playground is Coming to Campus
Stop by to talk with Kendall Lorenzen '15, Deputy Executive Director of Global Playground, on Monday Nov. 7 between 1 - 5 pm in the Cohen Career Center Atrium. No RSVP required, just stop by. Global Playground is looking for both Teaching Fellows and Global Fellows, all majors are welcome. Talk to Kendall about the program, her experience, application, advice, etc.
Teaching Fellows spend a year teaching at one of Global Playground?s project sites. They work to facilitate cross-cultural dialogue using local curriculum and develop the Global Playground community by connecting students to one another at our different sites. Since the Fellow Program began in July 2010, Teaching Fellows have developed innovative curriculum that is used in classrooms across the world. The Global fellow is a new part of the program who will work for a two year term to help facilitate and cultivate projects across the globe, traveling to many different countries and sites. Stipends are provided for both fellowships. To learn more go to: http://globalplayground.org/
You can also apply to their position listed in Tribe Careers.