Starting in the summer of 2019 (June 16th, 2019 to August 16th, 2019), Manhattan College will offer tuition-free TESOL student teaching for participants who will be seeking classroom teaching hours in order to complete their TESOL degree or in order to gain student teaching experience for professional development. Participants will have the opportunity to teach English language learners, ages 14-17, on the campus of Manhattan College over the summer.
The advantages of this opportunity for TESOL graduate programs include the knowledge that students will gain TESOL experience at an accredited institution. Further, if applicable, a report indicating that the participants have met their required teaching practicum hours will be available for your Program’s records. (This report can be generated by Manhattan College, or we can use the report used in your Programs.)
This unique opportunity for your students includes:
At least 30 hours of student teaching experience in order to meet TESOL program’s requirements (there may be opportunity for more hours) or in order to gain student teaching experience for professional development;
Tuition-free TESOL instructional experience;
Observation of in-class teaching by Manhattan College staff;
Use of curricula developed by Manhattan College;
College-run shared housing provided at no cost (meals are not included);
Classroom exposure to English language learners ages 14-17;
Participants are expected to be available the Sunday before their chosen two-week session(s) for training;
Local travel stipend (up to $300 per eligible participant) provided at the end of the program; and
Additional stipend of $500 per eligible participant provided for those who complete four, two-week sessions.
Participants must commit to at least one of the pre-scheduled, two-week periods in which they will teach 15 hours per week. Pre-prepared lesson plans will be available for all student teaching participants. However, said participants are free to adjust lesson plans. As noted above, campus housing will be provided for instructors from outside of the New York City area at no cost.
Please note that this student teaching opportunity is designed only for active, enrolled, or recently graduated TESOL graduate students who require teaching hours in order to meet graduation requirements or those students who seek classroom experience for professional development purposes. (Accepted participants will be required prove that they are active, enrolled, or recently graduated.) Apart from curricula training, instruction to student teaching participants will not be provided, and no Manhattan College credit will be given to student teaching participants.
We hope that this opportunity will prove to be a benefit to TESOL graduate programs, TESOL graduate students, and recently graduated TESOL teachers seeking classroom experience.
Applicants must be active/enrolled/recent graduates in MATESOL/MSTESOL/TESOL Certification or closely related.
Additional Salary Information: Local travel stipend of up to $300.00 provided at the end of their teaching session. There is an additional $500.00 stipend provided for those participants who stay for four sessions.
Campus housing is provided for student teachers who live outside of the NYC area.
About Manhattan College
Manhattan College is an independent catholic institution of higher learning embracing men and women from all faiths, cultural orientations and traditions. The college’s mission is to offer a contemporary, individualized, and person oriented educational experience towards preparing the graduates for individual development, success in their professions, engagement in the society, and high quality services to human beings. The institution pursues the above mission through educational and research programs that integrate a broader liberal education with focus on particular disciplines in the art and science as well as in business, education and engineering. Today, the institution has a population of 3,637 undergraduates and the institution sits on a 22-acre piece of land in New York City. The main focus of the institution’s culture include excellence in teaching, respect, and honor of human dignity. But the college also strives for a reflection towards faith and its relation to human beings, emphasis on the ethical conduct of its staff as well as its graduates and commitment towards social justice. Apart from undergraduate as well as graduate training, Manhattan College also takes part... in adult and continuing education. Through its School of Continuing and Professional Studies, the institution offers a variety of programs designed for adult learners and those that wish to pursue a more profound education, including ESL and Intensive English language programs.