[gtu-list] Volunteer Opportunity: Teaching at San Quentin
Michael Sepidoza Campos
mcampos at ses.gtu.edu
Tue Apr 12 07:20:58 PDT 2011
The college program at San Quentin is in need of volunteer instructors to
teach the following class(es) during the summer semester, which is expected
to run from May 16 through September 2, 2011.
- American Government
- Comparative Religion
- Spanish language
- math 50 (pre-algebra, developmental math)
- Chemistry with Lab
- A college level art or music class
- English 99 (college prep English)
- English 101A or B (reading and composition)
- Math 50 (pre-Algebra, developmental math)
- Study hall tutors (math, English, and Spanish)
Primary instructors must have at least a master's degree in the field; TA's
should have at least some graduate level experience. Teaching experience is
strongly preferred, but not required. All instructors work as volunteers.
The program is supported by the Prison University Project and is an
extension site of Patten University in Oakland. For more information please
The next orientation/training session for new and prospective volunteers
will be held on Saturday, April 23, 12-4pm at the PUP office in San Rafael.
Everyone who volunteers must attend one of these trainings before the start
of the semester. People who are simply interested in learning more about the
program are also welcome to attend.
To RSVP for the training, please
emailnewvolunteers at prisonuniversityproject.org.
Please include a CV or resume.
Jody Lewen, Ph.D.
Prison University Project, Executive Director
Patten University at San Quentin, Director
Post Office Box 492
San Quentin, California 94964
415 455-8088, ext. 3
jlewen at prisonuniversityproject.org
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