Are you a proponent of social justice?
Then we need YOUR passion and drive. The Kindred Kind needs the talents and value you bring to the table. We need people like you to encourage community and build solidarity. Through a collective of writers, artists, leaders, activists, editors, and those invested in human welfare, we seek to promote marginalized identities and create a more socially just world through our work.
What is The Kindred Kind?
The Kindred Kind is an initiative and an upcoming diversity and inclusion blog set to launch Spring 2018 that aims to create community, raise awareness of social justice issues, and create a platform to amplify marginalized voices. The type of content we want to include are: Interviews, Articles, Opinion Posts/ Editorials, Creative Writing/ Literary Work, Cultural Commentary, Poems, Short Stories, Personal Narratives, Visual Art, Comics, Illustrations (Digital and Traditional).
This blog is newly forming, thus we welcome your voices as we shape and develop this further. So are you qualified to join this cause? If you are passionate and invested in the progression of equality and social justice, you are in the right place.
Interested? Email email@example.com
What we are seeking:
Editors and Staff to review content submissions, format and edit the site, maintain and lead this project, etc., Web Developers, Graphic Designers, Contributors: Writers of all genres, poets, journalists, creative writers, Artists of any medium: visual, fine arts, performing arts, Organizers, Leaders, Activists, Speakers, Educators, Public Relations, Marketing, Logistical Support.
The unique and valuable skills you possess can be of use in a number of ways. We are flexible and open to what you offer and believe everyone has something to contribute and bring to the cause.
If you are interested in contributing content, learning more, and/or getting involved please email firstname.lastname@example.org
"As Kindred Spirits of One Kind: Human"
Diversity and Inclusion Community Blog
The English Language Learning (ELL) group in the Assessment Development division of Educational Testing Service (ETS) expects to hire approximately 35 interns for the summer of 2018.
ELL summer interns will produce materials for use on large-scale, high-stakes standardized tests of English language proficiency. Each intern will work on one of the following:
The test development work is intellectually challenging and rewarding. The work may include:
The program runs from July 9 through August 17 (6 weeks) for all test sections except TOEFL Reading. For TOEFL Reading, the program runs from June 25 through August 17 (8 weeks)*. Interns are expected to work 8:30–5:00, Monday through Friday, for the whole program, and will receive attractive compensation. All work is conducted at the ETS Rosedale campus in Princeton, New Jersey. Interns must provide or arrange their own housing and transportation.
The TOEFL iBT test and the TOEIC tests are global measures, so ETS actively seeks candidates who can bring diverse experiences and perspectives to the work. The ELL summer internship workforce includes people from a variety of backgrounds, such as undergraduate students, graduate students, teachers, professors, and professional writers. Applicants must have completed at least some undergraduate work in order to be considered.
All interns must have appropriate authorization to work in the United States. If you do not currently have U.S. work authorization, please note: Some candidates who receive an internship offer may be able to apply for a CPT or an OPT work authorization visa if enrolled at a U.S. university. Check with your university’s international student services office or program coordinator for eligibility before applying to the ELL Summer Institute. CPT visas can usually be acquired quickly, while OPT visas typically take longer. Candidates who receive an internship offer and who need a CPT or an OPT visa should apply for one of these visas immediately upon accepting our offer.
Interns must have a very high degree of fluency in English but do not need to be native speakers. Additionally, interns must have excellent writing skills. The work requires verbal precision and sensitivity to nuance, analytic skill, attention to detail, and receptiveness to instruction. Interns must be able to work well individually and collaboratively, carefully consider constructive feedback, and manage their time effectively to meet targets.
Each of the test sections hiring for the summer is associated with a specific work sample. You will need to complete and submit a separate work sample for each test section for which you would like to be considered. Directions for completing and submitting your work sample(s), along with a cover letter and résumé, will be posted on the ELL Summer Institute Web site at www.ets.org/ell/internship beginning Friday, December 1, 2017.
Applications are due Wednesday,January 31, 2018. Applicants are selected mainly on the basis of their performance on the work samples. Work samples will be evaluated in February and March, and you will be notified of your status by Friday, March 16. For questions, please contact Recruiting Consultant Monica Hopkins at email@example.com.
December 1, 2017: Application process opens
January 31, 2018: Application deadline
March 16, 2018: Applicants notified of decisions
June 25, 2018: First day of the ELL Summer Institute for TOEFL Reading
July 9, 2018: First day of the ELL Summer Institute for all other test sections
August 17, 2018: Last day of the ELL Summer Institute
* Day off on July 4 for the holiday
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