Bilingual Volunteer Language Proficiency
Bread for the City’s clients speak many more languages than found among the talents of our staff. If you are a bi- or multilingual speaker, we’d love to have you on our volunteer roster as a potential bridge over language barriers. Thank you for your interest in service!
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Proficiency Definitions
The questions that follow ask you to further explain your level of proficiency in your primary language other than English. Please use the Department of State's definitions of proficiency when considering your response to each question.

0 - NO PRACTICAL PROFICIENCY (No practical speaking or reading proficiency.)

1 - ELEMENTARY PROFICIENCY (Able to satisfy routine travel needs and minimum courtesy requirements. Able to read some personal and place names, street signs, office and shop designations, numbers, and isolated words and phrases.)

2 - LIMITED WORKING PROFICIENCY (Able to satisfy routine social demands and limited work requirements. Able to read simple prose, in a form equivalent to typescript or printing, on subjects within a familiar context.)

3 - MINIMUM PROFESSIONAL PROFICIENCY (Able to speak the language with sufficient structural accuracy and vocabulary to participate effectively in most formal and informal conversations on practical, social, and professional topics. Able to read standard newspaper items addressed to the general reader, routine correspondence, reports, and technical materials in the individuals's special field.)

4 - FULL PROFESSIONAL PROFICIENCY (Able to use the language fluently and accurately on all levels pertinent to professional needs. Able to read all styles and forms of the language pertinent to professional needs.)

5 - NATIVE OR BILINGUAL PROFICIENCY (Oral and written language skills equivalent to that of an educated native speaker.)

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Oral/Spoken Proficiency
Written Proficiency
Please describe relevant life experiences and training (educational and professional) that have prepared you to be able to effectively communicate in this language?
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Please check below any additional languages in which you have professional proficiency.
Please describe relevant life experiences and training (educational and professional) that have prepared you to be able to effectively communicate using the additional checked languages.
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Thank you for your interest in volunteering!
Bread for the City's language volunteers are contacted on an as-needed basis. Please consider additional volunteer opportunities on our website at www.breadforthecity.org/volunteer. We look forward to working with you!
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