The IUHPFL begins recruitment for teaching staff for its summer programs in Austria, Chile, China, France, Mexico and Spain every fall for the next summer.
The role of an instructor during the program is complex and demanding. For greater clarity, the IUHPFL assembled a job description which should provide applicants with a solid understanding before they apply. Résumés and cover letters are due to the IUHPFL office by October 2, 2015 and should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every year, more than 40 instructors (three to four per site) are selected to accompany groups of students abroad, teach and support them during their stay. Instructors play a vital role in enabling students to immerse themselves into the culture and language.
Individuals providing references for prospective IUHPFL instructors are required to use the IUHPFL Reference Form. The IUHPFL requires a minimum of two references due to the IUHPFL office by October 30, 2015.
For Indiana High School teachers, references should be from:
|1.||School principal, familiar with applicant's teaching and leadership abilities and|
A colleague familiar with applicant's work ethic, teaching, ability to work with students, etc.
For Indiana University non-tenure track Faculty and Grad Students, references should be from:
|1.||A professor in an area of academic focus and|
|2.||Another professor familiar with applicant's teaching and leadership abilities OR|
|A colleague familiar with applicant's work ethic, teaching, ability to work with students, etc.|
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Potential IUHPFL instructor applicants should be familiar with the following resources: