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Graduating Seniors: UW Pipeline is Hiring

UW Pipeline is Hiring: Join our Team

Calling all people passionate about improving equity in education!
UW Pipeline is hiring for two full time AmeriCorps positions to begin September 1st, 2020. Deadline Extended to May 17th!

Education Equity Position:

The UW Pipeline Project Education Equity AmeriCorps member recruits, trains and supports UW students to become tutors in elementary, middle and high schools in the Seattle area. They will also manage a team of UW student interns who will assist with Pipeline programming. In addition, they will be involved with planning Pipeline’s rural outreach program called Literacy Arts Alternative Spring Break. The member will also have opportunities to assist with other Pipeline initiatives and take leadership in additional areas they choose.

This is a full time 10.5 month position. Please click here for the position description and application instructions. Deadline Extended to 11:59pm, May 17th, 2020.

Equity in STEM Position:

The Pipeline Project Equity in STEM Ameri­Corps mem­ber recruits, trains and supports UW students to become STEM tutors in elementary, middle and high schools in the Seattle area. The AmeriCorps Member will be  involved in planning and executing the year-round STEM engagement programs with rural and tribal schools, including STEM Alternative Spring Break. The member will also have opportunities to assist with other Pipeline initiatives and take leadership in additional areas they choose.

This is a full time 10.5 month position. Please click here for the position description and application instructions. Deadline Extended to 11:59pm, May 17th, 2020.

More Information:

If you have more questions, please email pipeline@uw.edu

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Structured Literacy for English Learners Webinar

Do you have the right evidenced-based techniques for teaching language and literacy to English learners?

Structured Literacy Instruction Among English Learners

Presented by National Expert, Elsa Cárdenas-Hagan, Ed.D., CCC/SLP, CDT, CALT, QI. The webinar will be live and recorded on Dec. 2, 7-9 PM EST. The webinar counts for 2 Cont. Ed. Hrs. for all & CMHs for SLPs.

Can’t watch it live? Everyone that registers will get the recording of the webinar emailed to them to view for one month.

More Info/Registration $30

Brief Background:

The number of English learners attending public schools continues to increase.  Educators working with students of all ages, in general education and special education, can therefore benefit immensely from understanding the evidence-based approaches for teaching language and literacy to this diverse population of students. This exciting new session is presented by Elsa Cárdenas-Hagan, Ed.D., CCC/SLP, CDT, CALT, QI, a renowned expert and national leader in the arena of structured literacy approaches for English learners. They will explore each of the components of structured literacy and will gain practical strategies for the design and implementation of structured lessons which address cross-language and literacy connections. English as a second language strategies will also be discussed and modeled. Equip yourself and your colleagues with the needed information to address your diverse student population, and get your questions answered live from a noted authority in this arena.

For more information on this webinar or to save your seats, please go to their website by clicking here. To find other trainings, click here.