Do you speak, read and write in more than one language? Are you looking to use your bilingual skills in the workforce but need more training and support? Consider applying for the Bilingual Teaching Fellows Program. The program provides a pathway for school instructional aides to complete a bachelor's degree and earn a teaching certificate.
Bilingual teaching fellows work full time in paraprofessional roles, maintaining regular salary and benefits. Through their work as paraprofessionals, they practice and deepen their study with Western Washington University’s Woodring College of Education. Courses are held locally and online. An $8,000/year conditional scholarship covers most of the tuition.
To search open positions that qualify for the Bilingual Teaching Fellows Program, please use the “Interest” filter and select “Paraprofessional.”
Bilingual Teaching Fellows
One year experience in utilization of interpretation skills
Duties and Responsibilities
- Provides individual and group academic tutoring support to ELL qualified students.
- Assists students and teachers to promote academic achievement across a variety of settings and tasks.
- Participates in instructional planning and professional development.
- Encourage students to develop courtesy, self-control, respect, and responsibility.
- Under the guidance of a mentor teacher, use standards and assessment to plan for instruction.
- Leads and coordinates family engagement programming for the bilingual community.
Questions? Contact the recruiting team at email@example.com or call 206-631-3008.