The Center for Applied Linguistics is seeking a research and development intern for the spring semester of 2024 with an interest in the topic of pathways to teacher licensure for multilingual paraprofessionals and other school personnel.
The intern will report to the VP for Programs and Development. Learning objectives for the internship include drafting clear and concise literature reviews that swiftly educate key stakeholders on the critical elements of an issue; writing for public impact on a key topic in the education of multilingual students; and building an understanding of funding sources that support multilingual students.
This is a paid internship opportunity, and the intern will be expected to contribute 20 hours per week for the duration of the spring semester. This is a virtual internship opportunity.
We are seeking individuals who:
- Are currently enrolled in a doctoral-level program;
- Are eligible to work in the US;
- Can demonstrate strong background knowledge around pathways to teacher licensure for multilingual paraprofessionals and other school personnel;
- Have strong writing, research, and organizational skills
Interested individuals are invited to submit a letter of interest, a cv, and a writing sample to firstname.lastname@example.org. To ensure that your application is correctly routed, please use “VP 2024 Intern” as your subject line. Applications are routed automatically; applications with a different subject line will not be forwarded for review. Applications should be submitted by December 8, 2023.