Disney English

Hello Trojans,

Did you know that Disney has English education centers all over China? If you want to teach English abroad and love Disney, this may be a great opportunity for you! Please check out Disney English jobs at the link: https://jobs.disneycareers.com/category/disney-english-jobs/1635/2469/1

On-Campus Job Opportunity: English Language Program Coordinator and Teachers wanted!

Hello, please find attached on-campus job opportunities with the Office of International Services at USC. The English Language Program (ELP) is looking for domestic students to teach English as a Second Language instruction to members of the international community at USC. Please find attached the application and job description for the Coordinator and Teacher positions.

You may apply directly on ConnectSC here:

ELP Position documents:

TESOL Job Opportunity: CSUF ESL Summer Teacher

Hello! Please see below for a part-time job opportunity at Cal State Fullerton’s FLS International Program. Please reach out to Nancy Lay at csufacademics@fls.net for more information.


FLS International’s CSU Fullerton Summer program is currently hiring ESL teachers for the part-time position. This would be a great opportunity for your current or newly graduated TESOL students with at least 8 months teaching experience.

I would greatly appreciate it if you could let your students and/or alumni know about this opportunity.

More information about the position can be found here:

If you have any questions, feel free to send me an e-mail. Thank you for taking the time to read this e-mail.


Nancy Lay


FLS International Academic Coordinator

CSU Fullerton Summer

800 N State College Blvd, Fullerton, CA 92831


You are Invited! – Summer 2017 Luncheon with the Vice Provost

Hello MAT and MAT-TESOL Trojans!

If you are in the USC-area over summer, please consider signing up to participate in a luncheon with Sally Pratt, Vice Provost for Graduate Programs. This is a great opportunity to network with peers from different programs, as well as offer input on your experience so far as a graduate student at USC. Please see the email below and reach out to Ashley Brooks if you have any questions.

Dear Graduate Student,

The USC Graduate School’s Vice Provost for Graduate Programs, Sally Pratt invites you to attend one of the Summer 2017 Graduate Student Luncheons.

The luncheon will serve as an opportunity to create an inclusive community for graduate students from both the University Park Campus and the Health Science Campus. You have the opportunity to talk with the Vice Provost about a variety of graduate and professional student topics that range from Diversity, Inclusion, and Access to International Student experiences to Academic Professional Development; including your own concerns and discussion items. Vice Provost Pratt is interested in hearing your news, updates, and concerns as well as what you think the USC Graduate School does well and what it can improve upon and how.

The event is open to all USC Graduate Students, and attendance will be capped at 20 Graduate Students per luncheon. Since space is limited, please remember that your RSVP does not guarantee you a seat at the luncheon. The exact location of each luncheon will be communicated through a confirmation email sent to the first 20 students, per event, who have expressed interest in the particular meeting date.

The menu for these events consists of salads, sandwiches, beverages, and dessert.

Reserve your space for one of the luncheons by filling out this form.


Ashley Brooks

Program Specialist for Diversity, Inclusion and Access

University of Southern California


T:  213-740-8509

STUDY ON! – May 1-3, 2017

Hello MAT and MAT-TESOL Trojans!

If you are an on-ground student, I would encourage you to check out STUDY ON! This is an event hosted by USC Office of Wellness and Health Promotion. Please see details below as well as a link to the flyer here: Study On Spring 2017v3-01.png

STUDY ON! Available to all students, this 3-day event will include many exciting and FREE giveaways from the Office for Wellness and Health Promotion, Student Counseling Services, USC Libraries, and the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society.

STUDY ON! activities and resources include the following:

  • Study Snacks & Refreshments (free!)
  • Mindfulness Activities
  • Therapy Dogs
  • Sleep Health Resources
  • Professor Beau (USC Wellness Dog) Meet-and-Greet
  • and Much more!

Study On! will take place at the Leavey Library Reflection Pool.  Hours for the event are: Monday through Wednesday, May 1-3, 2017 from 1:00 – 4:00 PM.

Study On! is free of charge, as the event is already covered by the student health fee.

For more resources about health and wellness, students are always welcome to visit the Office for Wellness and Health Promotion, located at the USC Engemann Student Health Center in Suite 203, from 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM Monday through Friday.  Visit usc.edu/owhp for more information.

Please feel free to share the attached graphic with your students via email or social media, or invite them via Facebook:​ https://www.facebook.com/events/1489217694445160/


Check Out connectRossier for Networking and Job Opportunities!


In the job market? Thinking about a job change? Look no further. USC Rossier’s connectRossier, part of the USC Career Center’s career management system,  features job postings; employer research tools; document storage (résumés, cover letters) for students; email alerts when jobs are posted matching students’ career interests; and a searchable employer database.


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Career Workshop: Demonstration Lessons

We are coming to the end of our workshop series for the month of February and the perfect transition to the Job Fair in March (TBA)!


In our third and final workshop, we want to prepare you for a segment of the interview process where you get to show your teaching skills. Do you know what a Demonstration Lesson is? Do all schools conduct Demonstration Lessons as part of a teacher interview? Can you perform/teach under pressure with a mock classroom and audience? Continue reading