Do you speak Japanese, love working with children, and need a fun and interesting gig for the summer? Mori no Ike, the Japanese Language Village at Concordia Language Villages–an immersion-based summer program based in Minnesota, part of 15 languages–is still looking for several staff members for 2019.
Here is a message from the Dean, Hanna:
Stay connected with all things Japan! Mori no Ike is a Japanese language and culture immersion program in Northern Minnesota. Every summer we welcome over 300 young people from around the country to participate a Japanese immersion summer camp experience. Villagers in our program live the language and culture of Japan through language classes, cultural activities and authentic Japanese meals. We are still hiring staff for summer 2019.
Positions still open for summer 2019 include:
– Japanese language teachers and couselors—teach high school Japanese classes: https://hr.cord.edu/postings/5190
– Culinary arts staff—prepare authentic Japanese meals (https://hr.cord.edu/postings/5332)
Summer dates are: June 10-July 14 & July 9-August 18
For more information, please contact Hanna Brandt firstname.lastname@example.org
Disclaimer: This job is neither endorsed nor vetted by USJETAA. Please contact the hiring institution directly with any questions.