- See more at: http://blogtimenow.com/blogging/automatically-redirect-blogger-blog-another-blog-website/#sthash.Q6qPkwFC.dpuf Wanted: Student Mentor for Youth Journalism Program | Bronx News Networkbronx

Monday, August 4, 2008

Wanted: Student Mentor for Youth Journalism Program

The West Bronx Youth Journalism Initiative is looking for a student mentor/teaching assistant to help run a journalism program for Bronx high school students. Classes, which will be held at 2001 Morris Ave., will begin on Sept. 17, and run every Wednesday through Dec. 3, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Responsibilities include working with students to improve their writing, editing student work, attending field trips, and participating in class discussion. Some additional work, mostly editing, will be required outside of class (no more than three hours a week). Some teaching experience is preferred but not required. Journalism Grad students welcome. Compensation depends on experience but at least $20 an hour.

To apply, please send resume and a brief cover letter to James Fergusson at mounthopenews[at]gmail.com. The deadline for applications is Aug. 22.


Post a Comment

Bronx News Network reserves the right to remove comments that include personal attacks, name calling, foul language, commercial advertisements, spam, or any language that might be considered threatening, libelous or inciting hate.

User comments are reviewed by BxNN staff and may be included or excluded at our discretion.

If what you have to say is unrelated to this particular post, please visit our readers' forum.