Join the Comparative Literature DUG and the Brown Language Society for a
Translation Workshop! Led by Comp Lit Professor Forrest Gander, this
workshop will give you the tips, tricks, and experience to tackle
translation. Pizza provided! November 29th, 4pm in Kassar Fox
Auditorium. Questions? Ariana_Gunderson@brown.edu
Maintaining and Developing Fluency Committee Application
The Maintaining and
Developing Fluency Committee of the Brown Language Society is committed
to offering opportunities to practice languages at any level outside of
the classroom. We currently run conversation groups open to the Brown
population for Spanish, French, Arabic, and Greek. Committee members
will be responsible for facilitating these conversation groups. We are
also seeking individuals with ideas for expanding our offerings. Apply here.
The Brown Student Language Exchange is recruiting for a student to join their coordinating team. This individual would be immediately accepted onto the Brown Language Society (BLS) Executive Board.
The Brown Student Language Exchange (BSLE) introduces students to languages and cultures that they do not have access to through the Brown curriculum. We are an exploratory learning community facilitating a large-scale culture exchange in which fluent speakers of languages that are not offered by the university lead weekly language sections. In these language projects, students are exposed to language and culture in casual, yet structured, settings. We aim to pique students’ interest in languages and the cultures that inform them by encasing language instruction within a curriculum of cultural discussion.
For more information about BSLE, visit ourblogpage. To apply, click here. If you have any questions, email us!
Developing the BSLE training curriculum with committee members
Assisting with the planning and facilitation of weekly BSLE meetings
Attending at least one BSLE project regularly
Attending weekly BLS Executive Board meetings
Supporting BSLE project leaders in lesson planning and project implementation
Contributing regularly to the maintenance of the BSLE handbook
Liaising with campus faculty
Contributing to grant applications
Interest in language learning and sharing
Experience with language instruction
Proactive and organized
Preferably freshman or sophomore, but juniors will be considered
Looking to learn a couple words in a new language? Come to BSLE language projects! Each project is led by a native speaker who is eager to share his/her language and culture with you. BSLE is meant to briefly introduce Brown students to languages and cultures. This semester, we are offering introductions to Cape Verdean Creole, Filipino languages, Romanian, Bulgarian and Albanian. If you're interested in learning more, check us out online or email us at email@example.com
Hey, Spanish speakers! Below is a message from Amanda, a Campus Coordinator for Health Leads:
Want to work with Spanish-speaking families and see another side of Providence? Interested in social policy and health advocacy?
Health Leads advocates work at Hasbro Children’s Hospital connecting low-income families to the resources that are critical to health but typically lie outside the scope of typical medical care. In partnership with physicians and community organizations, we address a broad spectrum of social and economic issues affecting our clients. By then using the data and evidence from our successes with these families, the organization seeks to catalyze a significant transformation in the American healthcare system by engaging hospital administrators and policy leaders. Further, we envision that many of our advocates will go on to become leaders committed to this systemic change.
To learn more and receive an application, come to one of our upcoming info sessions (dates, times, and locations below). If you have any questions before then, also feel free to e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org