I encourage anyone who has an interest in teaching English to an adult—while learning as much from them as we offer—to become a CC English volunteer. You don’t need to have a teaching background because the curriculum does it for you.
Category: For Teachers
After looking for a concrete way to create impact in her community, long-time Boulder County resident Linda registered to volunteer with Intercambio. “I signed up to teach, and they, thank goodness, paired me with Norma. We’ve been together for five and a half years,” she says.
“My name is Shel Gerding. I’ve been volunteering for Intercambio for a couple of years now, where I teach English to adults. My background is that I have a Ph.D. in electrical engineering, and I didn’t have much linguistic training. However, I’ve always been really interested in languages. I’ve traveled a lot, and I can speak a little bit of French…”
February Virtual Teacher Coffee Hour – Where Language and Culture Intersect: Teaching Pragmatic Politeness for English Language Learners
This month, Dr. Philip Prinz, who is a volunteer teacher for our CC English program, facilitated a Virtual Teacher Coffee Hour for other volunteer teachers
Intercambio stands in solidarity with the Black community against racial discrimination, violence, and injustice. The fight against racism is inextricably linked with our efforts to