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  • Jasmine Feng
    Jasmine Feng wrote:
    The Penn PCP International Young Scholars Program is the newest facet of the nearly decade-long collaborative effort between the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education and Hong Kong PCCW Limited, one of Asia's leading integrated communications companies. Together, they have joined with the China Center for International Educational Exchange (CCIEE) of China's Ministry of Education to create an elite pre-college program which uniquely prepares talented Chinese high school graduates to enter world-class Ivy League universities in the United States.

    We are seeking experienced full-time and part-time ESL teachers to teach TOEFL and SAT preparation classes for the China-based portion of our program. Teachers will be required to teach 12-25 hours per week (depending on full time or part time) with a maximum of 30 students per class, plus office hours, and will participate in curriculum development. Most teaching (80%) will be during normal weekday business hours with occasional weekday evening and Saturday classes. The position will start in mid-July/August, 2010 for teacher orientation and planning, and classes will begin in September 2010. Positions are available in Beijing as well as several other major cities in Mainland China.

    Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree (or above) and 1-5 years of ESL teaching experience. TESOL/TESL certification preferred. Previous experience teaching TOEFL and SAT preparation a plus.

    We offer a generous monthly or hourly salary for our teaching staff as well as optional subsidized housing.

    To apply, please send your resume and a brief introduction letter to upenn.international.scholars@gmail.com.

    For more information about the Penn PCP International Young Scholars Program, please visit http://www.gse.upenn.edu/node/918.

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