Information about volunteers in the ESOL Program for the Spring 2015 has been posted. You can find information about our volunteers at this page http://umdesol.weebly.com/volunteer-bio.html
The Volunteer information session scheduled for Tuesday, February 3rd has been POSTPONED until next Tuesday, February 10th.
It will be at the same place (Tydings Hall room 2106) and same time (5:45 - 7:15 pm).
With the beginning of the Spring 2015 term this week, the ESOL Program will be starting up again.
Interested in being a volunteer (lead conversation sessions with international individuals)?
please fill out this online pre-registration form
Interest in being a participant (practice your Oral English skills in conversation sessions)?
Please fill out this pre-registration form
We also require all individuals to attend an information session. If you cannot come to one, please contact the coordinator. Times, days and locations for the information sessions are the following:
Volunteer information sessions
- Monday, Feb. 2nd - 10:15 am - 11:45 am (Tydings Hall room 2108)
- Tues., Feb. 3rd - 5:45 pm - 7:15 pm (Tydings Hall room 2106)
- Wed., Feb. 4th - 12:15 pm - 1:45 pm (Tydings Hall room 2111)
- Fri., Feb. 6th - 3:15 pm - 4:45 pm (Tydings Hall room 0102)
Participant information sessions
- Mon., Feb. 9th - 10:15-11:45 am (Art Sociology Building room 2309)
- Tues., Feb. 10th - 12:15 pm - 1:45 pm (Architecture Building room 1105)
- Wed., Feb. 11th - 11:15 am - 12:45 pm (Tydings Hall room 2102)
- Fri., Feb. 13th - 3:15 pm - 4:45 pm (Tydings Hall room 2109)
The ESOL Program Fall 2014 Newsletter is now available! Thank you all who contributed and our intern Ellen for putting it together.
The ESOL Program will be having a Halloween Potluck Social next Thursday, October 30th 7-9 pm in the Computer Science Instructional Building Room 1121.
We will provide free pizza and candy.
Please bring snacks or drinks.
There will be Halloween related games and activities including: apple bobbing, a candy corn guessing game and mummy wrapping game.
Information about volunteers in the ESOL Conversation Program for the Fall 2014 have been posted on our blog.
You can go to that page with this link
Check out our new promotional video made by our former intern, Allison!
The pre-registration form for volunteers and participants are now available online
Please fill it out if you want to be a volunteer or participant in the ESOL program for Fall 2014 term.
Participant (want to take part in ESOL conversation sessions) pre-registration form - http://studentvoice.com/uom-cp/esolparticipantfall14
Volunteer (want to lead ESOL conversation sessions) pre-registration form - http://studentvoice.com/mary/esolvolunteerfall14
The ESOL Program for the Fall 2014 Semester will be starting very soon!
To become a volunteer (lead conversation sessions) or become a participant (take part in conversation sessions) you must do two things first:
- fill out an online pre-registration form (which will be available by Thursday, 8/28 this week and I will post the link on the blog)
- attend an information session
VOLUNTEER information/orientation sessions dates and times:
Monday, Sept. 8th - 9:15 am - 10:45 am (Tawes Fine Art Building room 0221)
Wednesday, Sept. 10th - 3:15 pm - 4:45 pm (Art-Sociology Building room 3211)
Thursday, Sept. 11th - 5:45- 7:15 pm (Tydings Hall room 1118)
Friday, Sept. 12th - 12:15 pm - 1:45 pm (Tydings Hall room 0117)
PARTICIPANT information/orientation session dates and times
Monday, Sept. 15 - 12:15-1:45 pm in Tydings Hall Room 2111
Wednesday, Sept. 17 - 3:15- 4:45 pm in Tydings Hall Room 0117
Thursday, Sept. 18th - 5:15 pm - 6:45 pm in Francis Scott Key Building Room 0103
Friday, Sept. 19 - 1:15 -2:45 pm in Tydings Hall Room 0117
If you can't come to one of the sessions, please let me know and we can arrange a time to meet in my office. If you want to be a participant or a volunteer in the ESOL program in the Fall 2014 Term, you must attend an information session or meet with me.
Our Spring 2014 ESOL Program Newsletter has been published!
It includes a report about the program this past semester from the coordinator, reflections from participants and volunteers about their experiences in the ESOL program, a report on the activities of the ESOL social planning committee , coordinator responses to participant and volunteer comments made for the program evaluation and pictures of the conversation sessions, participants and volunteers!
Thank you to all those who contributed and our intern Aggie for putting the newsletter together!