Life Skills Camp (LSC): Intern Teachers Needed In Shanghai, China
LSC Brief Introduction
Life Skills Camp was founded by Benjamin Feng under Trans-Pacific Institute LLC. We’ve established a strong curriculum and aim to provide an environment that will develop lifelong skills in leadership, teamwork, communication and creativity through joyful and multifaceted learning.
Life Skills Camp contains several regular programs, such as summer camp, winter camp and weekend camp. We have successfully held 4 summer camps and 4 winter camps from 2013.
Life Skills Camp is willing to take on social responsibility. Until now we have sponsored 80 underprivileged students to join in our training camp and record their growth.
LSC Mission Statement
We provide an environment that will develop lifelong skills in leadership, teamwork, communication and creativity through joyful and multifaceted learning.
1. Chinese international students only
2. Teaching/Tutoring experience is necessary
3. You must love being with kid
4. The teachers are requested to be trained at least one day before the camp.
5. Our camp is a 24hrs camp, so the teachers are requested to live in the camp at countryside of Shanghai for 10days or longer.
1. What will I be doing this summer? Our primary activities are summer and winter program. You will participate in all aspects of the program. You will be asked to lead some projects and help out in others. The key is to interact, encourage, and teach students. You may ask to tutor students when the program is not in session.
2. Is it expensive living in Shanghai? One can find places to eat that are good and inexpensive. Public transportation is cheap. And TPI will pay for the food and lodging during the camp.
3. Is it easy to get around Shanghai? Yes. Shanghai has one of the best and cheapest public transportation systems around the world. It is great to take the subway, bus, or walk around the city.
4. What will I learn this summer? Our mission is to develop life skills in leadership, teamwork, communication, and creativity. We all can improve in these skills. I am sure you will during the winter. In addition we will arrange meeting with leaders in various industries to share their experience. These leaders come from health care, automotive, venture capital, advertising, and technology.
5. How long will I work each week? We expect each person to work 40 hours each week except when we are the winter camp. You will be expected to work on weekends most of the time and get weekdays off. If one works more than 40 hours, we will let that person take some time off.
6. Do I need to speak Chinese to work at the program? We need bilingual teachers who can help in case students cannot speak English.
Interested candidates, please see the following Questionnaire for TPI Interview.