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English Center CoordinatorChristopher Heuer, Professor EnglishChristopher.Heuer@gallaudet.edu
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ASL Center CoordinatorRobin Massey, ASL Departmentaslcenter@gallaudet.edu
ASL CoachTutorial & Instructional ProgramsJordan Student Academic Center # 1221
ASL Coaches meet regularly with students from both first and second language background to provide feedback on ASL proficiency for one time appointments or on-going basis. The coaches will provide in areas, not limited, to academic language development, organization and discourse analysis. In addition, the coaches will help students improve their comprehension and productions skills in conversational ASL. The coaches must have mastery and knowledge of ASL Linguistic features presented in a variety of settings.
Job Responsibilities• Assess composition and language users' strengths and weaknesses• Provide suggestion in the area of grammar, clarity and discourse organization• Provide support for both first and second language learners by providing text suggestion in area of grammar• Capable of working independently• Demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills• Demonstrate punctuality and reliability• Document reports in Starfish• Participate in meetings/trainings• Take CRLA 1/Regular Tutor Training within a month of hiring
Prerequisites for Employment• Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher• Graduate status only: Letter of acceptance from your program• Undergraduate status only: GSR 103 with grade of B or higher
How to Apply• Cover letter• Current resume• One minute video letter: Why you want to be ASL Coach? • Recommendation letter from Gallaudet University faculty, instructor, or staff• Tutorial & Instructional Programs employment application• Unofficial transcript
Please submit the application and documents to Linda Williams, Coordinator, Tutorial & Instructional Programs via email: Linda.Williams@gallaudet.edu or drop off at JSAC #2220.
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