Friday June 1, 2018 at 5:00 PM
Submit your Applications to PEPSF2001@GMAIL.COM
Looking for an opportunity to try out teaching? The Pin@y Educational Partnerships (PEP) are looking for teachers for the 2018-2019 school year! We are looking for SF State University and neighboring Bay Area undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in teaching Filipina/o American Studies to high school, middle school, and elementary school students!
All Applications must include the following:
- Cover letter stating your reasons for wanting to participate in PEP. Please include your preference in teaching either high school, middle school, or elementary school students.
- Resume or Curriculum Vita (CV).
- Include a 1-page teaching philosophy that focuses on your values, beliefs, and approaches to teaching and learning.
- List of courses in the areas of Filipino American Studies, Asian American Studies, Ethnic Studies, and Education. *You can include an unofficial transcript.
- List of two references (at least one professor). Include their names, titles, phone numbers, and email addresses.
PEP Teacher Requirements & Commitments:
- Be in good academic standing.
- 1 year commitment.
- Teaching one or two days a week for about 2 hours.
- PEP Teacher Meetings: Asian American Studies 685/688- Teaching Practicum (7:00-10:00 PM on Wednesdays).
- Participate in all PEP projects, field trips, and fundraisers.
- Be available to participate in at least one speaker series, conference, and/or workshops.
- Be available to teach during SF State’s Winter & Spring breaks.
- Interviews & Mandatory PEP Training/Retreat.
- Interviews is scheduled for: June 12, 13, & 14. (You must be physically present for the interview).
- If selected, you MUST attend the MANDATORY PEP Summer Tibak Training and Fall and Winter retreats:
- TIBAK Training: June 18-22nd (4pm - 9pm)
- PEP Summer Retreat August 10th & 11th
- First Wednesday Night Meeting: August 15, 2018
- First Day of PEP Teaching: Monday, August 20, 2018
- PEP Winter Retreat: TENTATIVELY December 8-9
What We are looking for (but not limited to):
- Undergraduates, recent college graduates, and graduate students majoring, minoring, or have taken: Ethnic Studies, Asian American Studies, education, and/or liberal studies.
- Students who have taken AAS 350, 352, and 353 (At least one Filipina/o American Studies course) at San Francisco State University..
- Students who have worked closely with urban youth.
- Students who are interested in pursuing careers in education and service.
- Students who can speak and/or understand Tagalog or a Filipino language.
- Students who have a strong commitment to social justice.