The nationally recognized Rutgers University-Program in American Language Studies (PALS) welcomes applications year-round for the position of Part-Time Lecturer. The Program in American Language Studies provides Academic English instruction to English language learners (ELLs) that seek to enhance their English language skills for an academic or professional setting. We invite you to join our diverse faculty and assist our ELL students achieve their goals.
Master’s Degree in Language Education or TESOL
The mission of Program in American Language Studies New Brunswick (PALS-NB) is to provide high quality English language instruction to non-native English speakers for academic, professional, business, and social/acculturation purposes. PALS-NB strives not only to foster students’ language competency in reading, writing, speaking, and listening, but also to develop students’ cultural understanding of the world at large and in particular, of the United States. Through its activities, PALS-NB aspires to be the brand ambassador for Rutgers International and, assist Rutgers University in paying back to the State and the community.
The PALS Intensive English Program provides full-time and part-time English language and cultural instruction at four Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) proficiency levels (ranging from basic user B1 to proficient user C1). The courses are designed to prepare students that want to enter U.S. colleges, graduate school or overseas professional positions that require extensive use of English.
The intensive program also serves English as a Foreign Language (EFL) teachers and provides professional development opportunities to enhance their language instruction through short term study. PALS has successfully hosted professional development programs for middle, high school and university instructors from Japan, China Brazil and Saudi Arabia.
Instruction at PALS is divided into academic semesters and special summer sessions. Students can enroll and start their PALS experience in any semester. Students must be at least 17 years of age and should have proof of having completed high school.
Our regular academic semesters are 14 weeks long and start in September and January.Special summer semester is divided into two sessions. Summer (I) session is 5 weeks long while the Summer (II) session is 6 weeks long.
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